Lamine Boubakar is professor at the University of Franche-Comté (uFC) since 2004 where he has been Vice-president of Research and advisor to the President. He is also scientific advisor to the Direction générale de l'enseignement supérieur et de l'insertion professionnelle (DGESIP).
Agnès Gahigi spent several years at the ComUE Université de Lyon where she was in charge of the operational coordination of the scientific component of the IdexLyon project. She worked for ten years at the Rhône-Alpes Regional Delegation for Research and Technology and also held positions in the international relations and valorisation departments at the Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne.
- January 2022: ENS Lyon - Project Manager, then Executive officer
- May 2018: Université de Lyon - Deputy Director General in charge of the Investment Programs for the Future
- January 2006: Rhône-Alpes Regional Delegation for Research and Technology - Deputy Regional Delegate
- 2004: Université Jean Monnet Saint-Étienne - Head of the International Relations Department
- 1997: Université Jean Monnet Saint-Étienne - Head of the Research and Development Department
Emmanuelle Boulineau is an alumnus of ENS Fontenay-Saint-Cloud (1994-1998) and has a PhD from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
She is a professor at the School since 2019 and member of the UMR 5600 EVS. Her work focuses on territorial reforms in Central and Eastern Europe in the context of European accession and enlargement. She is the director of the GIS Connaissances de l'Europe médiane of the CNRS.
Emmanuelle Boulineau was head of the European and International Studies Master's degree (2016-2021), director of the Social Sciences Department (2016-2019) and project manager for the study vice-presidency.
Lyasid Hammoud holds a postgraduate degree in business law from the University of Rouen. Before joining the ENS de Lyon, he worked for France Telecom, the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation (INRIA) and the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) – a career encompassing the legal, financial and human aspects of administration, as well as matters of technology transfer and partnerships.
- 1999: France Telecom group – in charge of mergers and acquisitions
- 2000-2002: INRIA (French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation), legal advisor for public procurement, European contracts and intellectual property rights
- 2002-2006: CNRS – Department of legal affairs – advisor for contracts and intellectual property
- 2006-2007: CNRS – Special advisor to the director-general of the CNRS for the legal implementation of the 7th European Framework Programme for Research.
- 2006-2009: CNRS Institute of biological sciences – head of partnerships and technology transfer
- 2009-2012: CNRS Institute of biological sciences – deputy to the administrative and financial director (300 laboratories and research units, 5,000 agents)
- 2012-May 2015: CNRS Institute of physics – administrative and financial director (120 laboratories and research units, 2,200 agents).