Supporting student work at the master’s and PhD levels is an important part of e3’s mandate. The thesis, dissertations, projects and graduate programs completed or in progress in 2017-2018 include:

  • Sajad Aliakbari Sani. (ongoing). PhD in decision sciences. Robust approaches for optimizing energy transition pathways for the Canadian energy system [co-led by prof. Olivier Bahn and prof. Erick Delage], HEC Montreal.
  • Paul Anthony Sarkis. (2017). Master’s degree in applied economics. Pricing behavior in the electricity generation sector: An analysis with a Cournot model [co-led by prof. Olivier Bahn and prof. Mario Samano], HEC Montreal.
  • Paul Anthony Sarkis. (2017). Master’s degree in applied economics. Pricing behavior in the electricity generation sector: An analysis with a Cournot model [co-led by prof. Olivier Bahn and prof. Mario Samano], HEC Montreal.
  • Raphael Duteau. (2017). Master’s degree in applied economics. Impact of car sharing on the evolution of the automobile fleet on the island of Montreal [led by prof. Mario Samano and co-directed by prof. Pierre-Olivier Pineau], HEC Montréal.
  • Michael Pereira. (2018). Master’s degree in applied economics. Estimation of the impact of Airbnb on the real estate market [led by prof. Mario Samano], HEC Montreal. Amelie Rousseau. (2018). Master’s degree in applied economics. Exploring Statistical Learning Methods: An Application to Estimating Electricity Demand [Led by Prof. Mario Samano], HEC Montreal.
  • Soufiane Sijilmassi. (2018). Master’s degree in management. The inclusion of small farmers as a means of promoting sustainable food security? [co-directed by prof. Djahanchah Philip (Sacha) Ghadiri and prof. Anna Kim], HEC Montreal.
  • Karl JeanBart. (ongoing). Master’s degree in business analytics. Study of the impact of various major transformations of energy consumption patterns on the Québec energy sector using the NATEM model [co-led by prof. Olivier Bahn and prof. Pierre Olivier Pineau], HEC Montréal.
  •  Samuel Roy. (ongoing). Master’s degree in applied economics. Estimation of household energy demand in developing countries – a micro / macro comparison [conducted by prof. Justin Caron], HEC Montreal.
  • Lama Fakhoury. (ongoing). Master’s degree in applied economics. Estimation of the potential of ‘leakage’ of carbon in the Quebec cap and trade system [led by prof. Justin Caron], HEC Montreal.
  • Julie Perreault-Henry. (2017). Supervised project of master’s degree in management. Evaluation of the aspects of the program “The African Leaders Initiative” of the NGO Ashinaga [led by prof. Anna Kim], HEC Montreal.
  • Jean-François Marquis. (2018). Supervised project of master’s degree in business analytics. Organization and Knowledge Management of Buildings and Technical Facilities [led by Prof. Olivier Bahn], HEC Montréal.
  • Julien Aoun. (2017). Graduate internship in the workplace. Potential of circularity of three strategic metals for Quebec [led by prof. Olivier Bahn], École Polytechnique de Montréal.
  • Neilly Ibrahim. (2017). Graduate internship in the workplace. Potential of circularity of three strategic metals for Quebec [led by prof. Olivier Bahn], École Polytechnique de Montréal.
  • Julie-Anne Thomas-Drolet. (In progress). Graduate internship, D.E.S.S. in management and sustainable development [led by prof. Anna Kim], HEC Montreal.