Faces of JRC science
Isabelle is an Environmental Engineer at the JRC's Seville site. From the south of Europe, she uses science and data to advise key policies that impact the lives of millions of Europeans.
The JRC Seville site began in 1994 with a small group of researchers and has grown to become JRC's second largest site. Economists, engineers, computer scientists, and social scientists are the most common profiles among the 400-person staff. They provide socioeconomic and technoeconomic support for EU policy formulation, development, implementation, and monitoring.
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