A journey into the Jules Verne Institute’s R&D activities: On the 23rd and 24th of May 2019, The French Institute for Technology will open its doors for an exceptional visit of its technological workplaces. The visit will include cutting-edge demonstrations and a presentation of the most recent R&D activities of the Jules Verne Institute in the presence of Guillaume BOUDY, Secretary General for the Investment.

 

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PROGRAMME OF THE JOURNEY

 

May 23rd 2019 | Open day for all

9.00 am | 9.30 am – Technocampus Ocean

• Reception

 

9.30 am | 10.30 am – Technocampus Ocean

• Plenary assembly 
• Keynote speech conducted in French | « Pour une politique industrielle du numérique », by Gérard ROUCAIROL, Honorary President, French Academy of Technologies, and Pierre BITARD, Innovation Project Director, ANRT

 

10.30 am | 12.45 pm – 2.45 pm | 4.45 pm – Technocampus Ocean and Technocampus Composites
• 5 thematic visits | FORMING AND PREFORMING PROCESSES | ASSEMBLY | ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING | MOBILITY IN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS AND PRODUCTION FLEXIBILITY | INDUSTRIALISATION

 

5.00 pm | 5.30 pm – Technocampus Ocean

• Closing speech | Guillaume BOUDY, Secretary General for the Investment

 

Lunch and shuttle buses between the two Technocampuses are organised by the Jules Verne Institute.

 

 

 

 

 

May 24th 2019 | Annual seminar on the PERFORM theses programme (on invitation only)

 

9.00 am | 5.30 pm – IUT de Nantes

• Presentation of the academic laboratories
• Review of the progress of the PERFORM theses

 

May 24th 2019 | Open day for students (on invitation only)

 

9.00 am | 12.30 pm – Technocampus Ocean

• Plenary assembly
• Technological demonstrations

 

THE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 

  

Gérard Roucairol, Honorary President of the French Academy of Technologies

 

 

Gérard Roucairol and Pierre Bitard have jointly written a white paper entitled “Pour une politique industrielle du numérique“ published on March 2018, in which they recommend to rely on the French Institutes for Technology in order to develop “innovative ecosystems”.

 

Today, the major issue concerning artificial intelligence (AI) consists in defining standards for each domain of use. Both Frédérique Vidal, French Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, and Mounir Mahjoubi, State Secretary for Digital Affairs, insisted on this crucial factor for success on November 28th 2018 in Toulouse. Therefore, the implementation modalities of the national strategy concerning artificial intelligence (AI) researches follow the main orientation of the white paper “Pour une politique industrielle du numérique“ by the ANRT and the French Academy of Technologies.

Pierre Bitard, Innovation Project Director, ANRT
  If the field of innovation needs a shared vocabulary, the ecosystems are part of it. Innovation also needs a shared grammar in terms of predictive computer science. This grammar is embodied by shared representative data models, co-built by the key actors of the ecosystems: the eight French Institutes for Technology. Furthermore, it is essential to underline the crucial role played by the digital B2B platforms in the development of ecosystems. The fuel of this development is the mutualisation of ontologies, which have to be carried out on a sub-sectoral level.

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