pollution; waste; circular economy ; fluid mechanics; chemistry; materials;
- Dare: actively contribute to the smooth running of the working session in groups by a good balance between active listening and participation; take care of your language, adapt your communication to others; express yourself assertively: affirms your point of view while respecting differences of opinion.
- Knowing oneself, building oneself: analyze a situation based on the concepts of personal resources (strengths, values, motivations, etc.), emotional intelligence and self-esteem to be aware of your preferred modes of functioning and the diversity of behavioural profiles.
- Represent and model: identify and prioritize the physical phenomena involved in pollution, and put them in equation; formulate and justify strong assumptions to identify the limitations of the model.
- Think and act in an unpredictable and uncertain environment: identify linkages to show the diversity of pollution mechanisms taking place at different spatial and/or temporal scales.