Myrto Tripathi has been the president and founder of the “Voix du Nuclear” association since its creation on March 20, 2018.
She is currently taking an active role in several projects aimed at mobilizing science and businesses in the preservation of the environment and against climate change. She also chairs the RePlanet France – les Ecohumanistes association and is director of consulting at Epsilon to support the development of artificial intelligence applied to data sciences for industry. Finally, she has been invited by the government to take part in the 1st session of the Cycle des Hautes Études de Service Public (2021-2022 class).
She was previously Director of Climate Policy at Global Compact France and adviser to Brice Lalonde, during which time she played an active role in climate negotiations and the COP from 2015 for the Paris Agreements to 2017.
She spent the first part of her career at Areva, from 2004 to 2014, where she was Director of Supply in charge of tenders for export markets for the EPR nuclear reactor.
She is the author of “La bataille pour le climat”, published in November 2020 by Génèse Edition.
Myrto Tripathi is a graduate of the Grande Ecole HEC business school and holds a degree in industrial engineering from North Carolina State University (USA).
Vice-chair and Treasurer
Claude Jaouen has been vice-president and co-founder of the “Voix du nucléaire” association since its creation in 2018.
A graduate of the Ecole Centrale de Paris and holder of a PhD in Engineering, Claude Jaouen has worked in the nuclear industry for over 40 years. Starting out in R&D at the CEA, then engineering, construction, and start-up of the La Hague reprocessing plants for SGN, he moved on to plant operations as deputy site manager until the early 2000s.
After 4 years at the head of Framatome-ANP’s Nuclear Fuel Division, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of SGN and Head of AREVA NC’s Services activities, before joining AREVA NP in 2008 as Executive Vice President of the Reactors sector. In 2011, he became head of AREVA’s Reactors and Services Business Group.
He left the company in 2014 to set up his own consulting firm,which has been running it ever since.
Silviu has a scientific background and has worked for twenty years in the IT field. He gradually moved from technical professions to positions of responsibility in the field of IT processes and customer relations.
Since the early 2000s, when he realized the magnitude of climate change to come, he has been interested in possible ways to address it. He has since done extensive research on many energy topics, particularly nuclear power, and continues to keep abreast of the latest developments.
Silviu believes that fact-based information, far from clichés, is essential for a true democratic debate, and it is this aspect of Voices that motivates his engagement.
Florent LE GOUX
Florent is a geological engineer at Orano Mines. After 10 years of expatriation on mining exploration projects, his job is now to estimate the resources of uranium deposits. He started his career by considering that putting his skills at the service of the valuation of this raw material was an effective way of contributing to the fight against climate change.
His career and his experience have forged his conviction that societal recognition of the advantages of nuclear power in the face of the energy, social and environmental challenges of this century requires a better knowledge of the public, and that all professionals in the field can have a role to play.
Guillaume monitors European nuclear issues for the French government.
He previously worked for the promotion of research on carbon-free energies and scientific communication. These experiences convinced him of the need to have a rational voice on energy issues.
Public Affairs Manager
Voices of Nuclear’ Representative for Malta
Matthew is a local nuclear advocate. He is currently enrolled at the Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering, University of Malta.
In August 2021 he became Voices of Nuclear’ Representative for Malta.
Levin is a law and philosophy student at Leuphana University in Lüneburg. Growing up close to the environmental movement, he learned to dislike nuclear power as a child, but came to see it as the best way to reduce carbon emissions. Like any event likely to reinforce his convictions, the energy crisis made him aware of the vital role played by energy in human well-being and gave him the feeling that he had to defend this technology.