Jean-Marc Bouillet, ENSECOE
Colonel Jean-Marc BOUILLET graduated from French Army academy of Saint-Cyr in 1991 with a master of sciences and from artillery academy in 1992. He held various positions in French Army, from platoon leader to air-defense battery commander officer. After being graduated of a Master of Science from IFP-School with the specialty of petroleum products and engines, col. BOUILLET joined in 2002 the French Joint Fuel Service (Service des Essences des Armées, SEA) as operation and logistic officer in a regional command and was in charge of Army, Navy and Air Forces fuel support. In 2005, col. BOUILLET attended the French joint staff college. During the 3 next years, he was in charge of operational Fuel supply concept and doctrine developments. Later on, he was appointed as deputy director on a “SEA” regional command in Marseille. In 2011, he has been promoted as director of the French fuel service in the west of Africa in Gabon with an area of responsibility which included Chad, Congo, Central Africa, Senegal, Mali, Niger…. When he returned back in France he was in charge of the SEA steering office with responsibilities ranging from the internal control, inspections to the quality policy. During his career he has been appointed for 6 months in the Force Protection of the United Nations in Yugoslavia, for 6 month as responsible of NATO Kosovo Forces fuel support in the NATO KFOR HQ Pristina and 4 months in Afghanistan in charge of the fuel supply of the French contingent. In August 2016, col. BOUILLET was assigned as Deputy Director and Chief of Staff of NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence (NATO ENSEC COE)
Tina Branting, Sweden
Ms. Tina Branting is an environmental coordinator at FMV. She is working mainly in the field of green acquisition for defence logistics. Since 2014 she is also an environmental advisor to the FMV project responsible for designing, maintaining and developing the Swedish camps in Mali. Her role is to give expert advice to the project management and team members, as well as to perform on-site environmental support. Over the past three years, she has spent over 80 days at the camps. During 2016, Tina was a project team member in a case study on energy and water efficiency needs at Camp Nobel, Timbuktu.
Jakob Gille, Sweden
em>Mr. Jakob Gille is an architect specialized in spatial planning and facility management working at the Swedish Armed Forces Headquarters (SWAF HQ) Department of infrastructure since 2009. He has been the head architect of the SWAF since 2011. But working as a civilian architect is his second career with within the SWAF. Jakob is also trained as a naval officer with years of varying experience in naval and littoral warfare. It was because of this particular background and his French military training (École de guerre) that he was deployed as the Fortifications officer of the 2nd Swedish Mali contingent in 2015. He has since 2016 been one of the SWAF Managers of Camp deployment with the Swedish ISR Task Force as a main focus.
Magnus Sparrevik, Norway
Magnus Sparrevik is working as technical manager at the Norwegian Defence Estate Agency (NDEA) - specialist advisory. He is in addition associate professor in environmental management at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Magnus_Sparrevik/publications
Dr. Sparrevik has over 20 years of experience working with environmental issues. His work at NDEA includes environmental strategy advice, environmental audits, environment risk assessments and environmental consequence modelling such as life cycle assessments and environmental impact assessments. He has also long experience of waste managment, contaminated soil and sediments and hazardous chemicals.
Life Cycle Assesment
Robert Westlund, Sweden
Dr Robert Westlund is project managing the environmental coordination at the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration. In his role as environmental strategist, Dr Westlund focuses his work on developing and improving the agency’s environmental management system in order to assure compliance with both external and internal requirements. He is also appointed Swedish national REACH expert in the EDA REACH network. Dr Westlund has a background as a material chemist working with waste management and recycling as well as research and development of advanced materials for both life-science industry and defence industry.
Volger Gego, Germany
Volker Gego was born in Würselen, Germany in 1978. He studied chemistry at RWTH Aachen University from 1999 to 2005. After that he did vresearch for several years at the university at the topic of two-phase metal organic catalysis hydrogenation with special preflouro ligands. In 2009 he came to the Bundeswehr at the Federal Office of Defense Technology and Procurement in Koblenz. There he worked in the cross section health and safety on the special topic of chemical safety. At 2012 he moved to the Federal Offfice of Infrastructure, Environment and Services for Bundeswehr to Bonn with almost the same working spectrum. In 2015 he changed his position to the „Öffentlich-rechtliche Aufsicht der Bundeswehr“ in the MOD.
Tytti Martikainen, Finland
Tytti Martikainen is working as the Head of Environmental Section in the Logistics Command Headquarters, Finish Defence Forces. She has M.Sc. in Environmental Technoogy from Tampere University of Technology and B.Sc. in Environmental Technology from Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences. She has worked in the Defence Forces since 1997 in various tasks as environmental planner in teh logistcs depot and tasks related in premises.
Magnus Sparrevik, Norway
Marianne Walsh, USA
Marianne Walsh is a recently retired Chemical Engineer from the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory in Hanover, NH. For the last 32 years, she has worked on the development of analytical methods and sampling protocols for explosives, propellants, and white phosphorus in soils and water on military training ranges. More recent research was focused on measuring the post-detonation residues from insensitive munitions and on the identification of the photodegradation products formed on the surface of solid DNAN, and insensitive high explosive. In 2015, she conducted field tests with the US EPA and US Army comparing post-detonation aerial emissions of energetics with ground deposition to determine the adequacy of estimating energetics residues by modeling detonation combustion products. She has served on several NATO Technical Teams, including Munitions Related Contamination—Source Characterization, Fate, and Transport and Cooperative Demonstration of Technology – Range Characterization. She is currently active in the Nordic Environmental Protection of Heavy Weapons Ranges workgroup. EDUCATION: M.S., Engineering Sciences, Dartmouth College, Thayer School of Engineering, 1993; A.B., Biology (with honors), Dartmouth College, 1977