Eric Lambert began his career on Power System Controls at HydroQuébec from 1988 to 1994 and entered EDF R&D in 1994.
For Hydro Quebec he worked on Transmission Control Centers applications, including the development of an expert system for alarm synthesis. For EDF, he was involved in 1994 on a project for the renewal of EDF Distribution Control Centers where he was in charge of the EDF Scada migration and architecture design.
He is involved since 1997 in several IEC TC57 (Power System Management and Information Exchange) working groups which define CIM (Common Information Model) standard (wg13,wg14,wg16,wg19). He is leading TC57 Reference Architecture & CIM model for Distribution (CDPSM), and My Energy Data. Eric is convenor of TC57 French national committee.
At the present time he is project manager of EDF R&D project supporting EDF group standardization strategy. He is involved in H2020 TDX-ASSIST European project as WP leader on TSO-DSO information exchanges.
Eric graduated in Computer Science from Paris VI University, with a specialization in artificial intelligence and has a master in robotics. He has also a MBA from Paris Pantheon Sorbonne and was member of Quebec Engineering Society