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Speakers from Université Paris-Saclay, Thales, CEA
Paris-Saclay 2018 – July 5/6
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“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 701131”.
MCAA WORKSHOP : DRIVING SOLUTIONS FOR SCIENCE IN BUSINESS
Paris-Saclay 2018 – July 5/6
Program of the Workshop
Day 1: Thursday, 5th of July 2018
08:00 - 09:00 Registration & Breakfast
09:00 - 09:15 Introduction: The Objective of the Workshop
09:15 - 09:30 Presentation of Université Paris-Saclay
09:30 - 10:15 Keynote
10:15 - 10:45 Coffee break with networking
10:45 - 11:45 Round Table Discussions: Challenges for Industry and Academia Cooperation in Paris Saclay Ecosystem
12:00- 13:15 Lunch Break
Marketing, Investment and Funding
13:30 - 14:00 R&D Financement and Innovation
14:00 - 14:30 SATT Paris-Saclay experience
14:30 - 14:45 Coffee break with networking
14:45 - 15:15 Innovation: what is it?
15:15 - 15:45 Knowledge and Innovation Communities' experience
15:45 - 16:15 Coffee break with networking
Angels - Investor / Start-up Experiences
13:30 - 14:00 Venture Capitalist
14:00 - 14:30 Start-up Tips from a CEO
14:30 - 14:45 Coffee break with networking
14:45 - 15:15 Start-up Experience
15:15 - 15:45 Spin-off Experience
15:45 - 16:15 Coffee break with networking
Entrepreneurship, Industry and Ethics
13:30 - 14:00: FabLab Presentation
14:00 - 14:30 Phygital: Physical + Digital
14:30 - 14:45 Coffee break with networking
14:45 - 15:15 Human Factor, leading business to benefits from human resources
15:15 - 15:45 Entrepreneurship and its effects
15:45 - 16:15 Coffee break with networking
16:15 - 16:45 Key factors for communication:
16:45 – 17:15 Science and Innovation in Israel
17:30 - 18:30 Closing Panel
18:45 - 20:00 Opening and Networking Dinner
Day 2 : Friday, 6th of July 2018
09:00 - 09:45 Innovation at UPSaclay
09:45 - 10:45 Android Programming
10:45 - 11:00 Coffee break with networking
11:00 - 12:00 IP talks and trainings
12:00 - 13:00 Blockchain-Cryptocurrency Training
13:00 - 13:15 Conclusion
Keynote speaker: Martin Rottman
Martin Rottman, MD, PhD is Professor of Microbiology (PU-PH) at University Versailles-St Quentin, Hospital Raymond Poincare, in Greater Paris, France. As a Senior Clinical Microbiologist in the teaching hospital, he has expertise in the diagnosis of the agents causing infectious diseases, with a focus on sepsis and bone and joint infections. His expertise makes him a senior member of the Regional Reference Center for Bone and Joint infections where he directs the antimicrobial treatment strategies and the microbiological diagnostic processes in conjunction with the orthopedic and Infectious Diseases teams. Dr. Rottman has been board certified in France for Laboratory Medicine (Clinical Pathology) since 2001. He heads the clinical laboratory for the diagnosis of sepsis, systemic infections and surgical and healthcare associated infections in the Groupe Hospitalier Universitaire Paris Ile de France Ouest, the teaching Hospital for the western suburban Paris area in France
Martin advises innovative diagnostic companies in the field of infectious diseases and sits on the board of disruptive companies in the field of clinical microbiology. He is an inventor on patents filled with the USPTO, INPI and PCT on the diagnosis of infection. Martin’s clinical research interests are novel diagnostic platforms in Medical Microbiology, staphylococcal disease, and biofilm associated infections. He is a co-founder of Antagonis, a startup developing novel devices and formulations to prevent carriage and infection from Staphylococcus aureus.
Directeur du Développement International
de l'Université Paris-Saclay
Guillaume Garreta is an alumnus of Ecole Normale Supérieure of Paris (1991) and is an agrégé in Philosophy. His research interests and publications lie mainly in the field of classical (especially James, Dewey and Mead) and contemporary Pragmatism in relation to the epistemology of natural and social sciences.
After lecturing on philosophy, epistemology and the history of science at universities Paris-1 Pantheon-Sorbonne and Bordeaux-3, Guillaume served as a Programme Director at the International College of Philosophy (Paris), before becoming appointed as the Director of the French University College at the Lomonosov State University in Moscow by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. From 2012-2016 Guillaume Garreta joined the French Embassy to Russia as a University Relations Attaché and coordinated the French-Russian network of academic and scientific cooperation.
In 2016 he joined Université Paris-Saclay as the Director of International Relations.
Through close cooperation with the international departments of the university’s 14 member institutions, Guillaume Garreta is responsible for the elaboration, development and implementation of UPSaclay’s international initiatives with over 40 academic and scientific partners from around the world.
Deputy Director of Innovation and lndustrial Relationship at Université Paris Saclay.
Tania holds a Ph.D.in molecular biology from the Université Montpellier II and INRA, as well as a Management in lntellectual Property Certificate from the French Patent Office, INPI (1998).
She began her career as a researcher at the French bio-technology company Biogemma. ln 2003
Director Of Legal Affairs at Université Paris-Saclay
Director of innovation Universitoy of Paris Sud
Claire is graduated from the University of Lorraine (France) and from the University of East Anglia (UK) with a combined Master in International Business Law and a LLM in Common Law. She further obtained a Master in Public Management from Dauphine University – ENA (France).
Claire started her career in the public research sector as in-house lawyer at INRA, CEA and at CNRS where she dealt with structuring research projects.
In 2011, Claire took a position in the management as Administrative Director of the CNRS Institute for Engineering and Systems Sciences, coordinating 169 research and service units, including 6 international joint units.
Since 2018, she has joined the Paris Sud University to manage the new Research and Innovation Direction.
Business Development Project Manager, SATT Paris-Saclay.
After a PhD in Astrophysics from Université de Bordeaux, she joins in 2017 the SATT Paris-Saclay to work closely with Université Paris-Saclay on the project projet Plug in labs Université Paris-Saclay, in order to promote the public research skills to the industry community. In contact with laboratories and private companies, her mission is to foster private-public partnerships.
Technology Transfer Officer at CEA
Arnauld LESERVOT obtained an engineering degree from the Ecole Centrale Paris in 1991 and a PhD from University Paris 6 in 1996. He first worked in High-Performance Computing in the French Atomic & Alternative Energy Commission (CEA). Then he was head of the Control and Man-machine Interface Laboratory. He was later manager of the Virtual Reality and Multimedia unit of CEA-List and was in charge of “open innovation” in the CEA-List directorate. He is now in charge of the technology transfer to industry in the Fundamental Research Division of CEA since 2013.
Innovation Collaboration Ecosytem, France
Mobile Netork COO, Nokia
Myriam Fatene is Open Innovation Lead within Nokia Mobile Networks Business Group transformation office. She is co-founder of Open Ecosystem Network, a digital co-creation platform to support digital transformation within Nokia. https://www.open-ecosystem.org/
Curious and passionate, Myriam is a result-oriented manager combining engineering and management expertise’s built in the Healthcare and the IT/Telecommunications industries where she handled several positions like Services Groupe Strategy Director and Indirect Sourcing Director for Alcatel-Lucent. Evolving in an international and a fast changing environment, she is used to drive change and manage complex transversal projects.
In 2016, willing to bring outside innovation for the benefits of Nokia, Myriam became Open Innovation leader and contributed to the launch of a collaboration and cocreation platform to engage with the ecosystem on key trends like 5G, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, industry 4.0. She is core team leader of Nokia Paris-Saclay Garage, which is an open innovation space on NOKIA Paris-Saclay and hosts two programs: an incubation program, open to all Nokia employees, for fast prototyping; an acceleration program « In residence » hosting internal teams but also external ones such as startups, partners, suppliers teams or students for co-innovation projects
Myriam holds a Biomedical Engineering diploma as well as a Specialized Master® diploma in International Project Management from ESCP Europe.
Guillaume Toublanc, Node Director France
Guillaume Toublanc has more than twenty years of expertise in digital innovation, entrepreneurship and digital transformation in both big corporations and startups. After creating several digital startups and helping to set up two startup studios dedicated to fast track innovation at Orange, he held the position of VP Digital Marketing where he led major digital transformation projects of the operator. He regularly seats at the selection committee of several French startups accelerators. He has accompanied, personally, numerous digital startups at various stages of evolution over the last ten years.
Guillaume Toublanc holds an Executive MBA from the Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago. He graduated from Telecom ParisTech and holds a Master degree in Physics from Université Pierre et Marie Curie.
He lives in Paris and has two children. When not working, he enjoys outdoor activities as often as he can with his family and friends.
Round Table Discussions Moderator
Philippe Masson (PhD in 1986) was appointed Professor at Université Paris-Sud in 1988. His scientific background was Geology, Planetary Geology, and Planetology. He was elected Chairman of the Department of Earth Sciences at Orsay (1991-1995 and 1999-2004). In 1974 (up to 2005) he was Principal Investigator of NASA Planetary Geology Program, and since then he has been involved with several US, Russian, Japanese, and European space projects. During his career, Philippe Masson was the supervisor of 17 PhD students, and authored or co-authored 69 reviewed papers in international journals, delivered 213 presentations at international conferences, and gave 66 public conferences.
In 2005 he was elected in the Dean’s position of the Faculty of Sciences at Orsay (Univ. Paris-Sud), and he retired from University in 2011. Since January 2012, Philippe Masson is the Director of the Association “Ile de Science Paris-Saclay” which main goal is networking universities, high schools, research institutes, with small or large companies located in the area of Plateau de Saclay
Human Factor, leading business to benefits from human resources
Year 2017, 38000 airliners daily flights, 7 billions passengers, not a death.
How did the aviation industry got there?
In the Many factors contributing to this excellent
In order to create an environment leading innovation, with efficient teams, any industry should take advantage of the benefits of civil aviation trainings.
Executive Officer at SRM
Audrey Chavas is SRM's executive officer. Convinced of the Humans Factors and non-technical skills impact on team's safety and performance, she is developing the aeronautical approach on others industrial fields at high potential human and economic risks.
Audrey is also in charge of the "French Movement for Quality" in Rhône-Alpes, a network based on exchange and quality management think tank.
Pierre-Antoine Watrelot, the CEO of SRM
Pierre Antoine Watrelot started his career as a commercial pilot in
During his initial
6 years ago he created SRM, a company aiming to bring an understanding of Humans Factors to corporations copping with dynamic and risky environments across France and Europe.
The « phygital » : Interaction between Homo Sapiens and digital communication
Firstly, if we access our knowledge we don’t access our machines. How to implement new methods grounded in a collaborative economy in order to understand our machines better and then to transform the global phygital space for the best?
Secondly, within this digital
In this presentation, she investigates the various bits of the digital revolution’ human-project’ new communication space, the techno-communication and the human body as a living material, taking into account the limits of its malleability.
Judith Nicogossian is anthropobiologist,
Blog : https://corpshybride.net/
Introduction to European public funding for research-based start-ups/SMEs
Content of presentation:
- Key principles of funding a research-based entrepreneurial project.
- What are the different ways of funding a research-based start-up.
- Specificities of the different phases of development.
- Which funding strategy to adopt.
- Overview of European funding programmes (focus on the ones that are specific to research-based entrepreneurial projects).
- Good practices and tips to write a successful application: a step-by-step approach with examples.
- Questions and answers.
Time required: 30 minutes
Julien is the founder and CEO of Innotrope, an innovation consultancy agency based in the Paris Saclay campus. Innotrope is specialised in supporting the development of products and businesses based on research outputs. Julien has a dual scientific (BSc in biology and MSc in food science) and business (Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation) background. He has worked six years in market research and new product development in the food industry (Nestlé and Kraft Foods) and more than three years as
Innovation: what is it?
The political push for research and innovation is accompanied by a great hype on technological disruption, mostly from
Marco Masia is Board Member of the Marie Curie Alumni Association. With a PhD in Physics and a Masters of Business Administration, he works as Innovation Consultant and as
Mobile programming for Android
The most significant part of mobile operating system belongs to Android. It will be
Start-up Tips from a CEO
More info coming soon
Former CEO of an IoT startup partner of leading companies like SNCF, Enedis, RTE, Sigfox and IBM, Mathieu is now innovation strategy consultant to improve innovation process conversion to business. With a strong passion for innovation, he is also mentoring startups, public speaking and lecturing about innovation, technologies and startups in business and engineering schools. As a computer science engineer with a masters degree in Innovation, Mathieu was a tech startup CTO and hence managed several R&D projects wether publicly funded (Ademe, Feder…) or for R&D and Innovation directions of key accounts.
More info coming soon
The talk will relate about the creation and the first three years activity of a small highly innovative business company with all the difficulties, the fears, the anxieties, the failures for the founder! but also the motivations, the encounters through various networks like the “Reseau Entreprendre”, the successes, the smiles when getting the first grant, and above everything, the high motivation to try to build something together with young engineers and with partners of various countries in the frame of EU projects.
Dr. Guy Garry is the founder of TE-OX. He was a senior scientist within Thales Research and Technology and a “technical referent” in Thales business units. He retired of this activity in April 2017 to be fully engaged in the development of TEOX. Within Thales his main work focused on thin film materials to be used in electronic and optronic components and integrated in optronic systems and radars. His expertise extends also over the deposition techniques, the growth of superconductors, ferroelectrics and thermochromic materials as well as multilayers of such materials, as well as electronic and optronic devices. He has been an Associated Professor at the Paris-Sud University (IFIPS) during three years. He has co-authored over 70 publications. He has been involved in more than 20 European and National projects and has coordinated several ones starting the first one in 1983.
GeoLook SAS is a provider of tracking solutions and Mobile Resource Management applications for businesses of all sizes. For mobile tracking, GeoLook tracking devices and applications are designed to help companies achieve significant operational efficiencies through continuous tracking of assets, reducing fleet fuel consumption, increasing driver productivity, enhancing driver-logistic center communication, extending operational life of vehicles and shrinking the organization’s carbon footprint. These improvements translate into substantial savings and higher customer satisfaction. For asset management, GeoLook offers battery operated devices that help companies locate their inventory in their various warehouses. The devices are waterproof and their batteries are extremely long-lasting. As a partner of JT Global, a leading provider of IoT connectivity, GeoLook uses their secure and competitively priced SIM cards in all its devices. JT Global has roaming agreements with over 700 telecommunication operators around the world.
How to deal with confidential information during negotiations – best practices
Sharing information during negotiations entails a risk of disclosure of valuable ideas and/or misuse of sensitive scientific data. Worldwide, the law protecting confidential business information or trade secrets is very varied.
This session will highlight the importance of confidentiality as a protection mechanism and give hints on protection management of know-how and valuable business information.
- Confidential information/Know –How – what can be protected?
- Confidentiality agreements
- Trade secrets
Inna Dimova, Intellectual Property and Innovation Strategist
Inna Dimova is a lawyer with significant experience in the field of intellectual property law, contractual law, corporate and concurrence law. She is a holder of a Master’s degree in Law (Sofia University, Bulgaria) and an International Industrial studies Trademarks and Designs diploma (CEIPI, France).
She has extensive knowledge in the field of intellectual property protection - trademarks, industrial designs, patents, copyright, European Union intellectual property and competition rules and policies. She worked as a lawyer for a Notary office and a law firm in Bulgaria and as a lawyer linguist at the Court of Justice of the European Union.
She was an IP Legal Advisor for the European IPR Helpdesk, where she was providing consultancy on various types of legal issues from different fields of intellectual property law and specific intellectual property rules in the context of EU funded research and development projects. Subsequent to that she was a legal consultant at IPIL – the Luxembourg Government Agency for IP, the country with the largest per-capita filing of IP in the European Union. Whilst there she was the legal counsel of IPIL, handling difficult cases, contentious matters and complex advisory work.
She has specialist knowledge on Intellectual Property Right, comparative EU legal regimes on taxation of Intangible Assets and IP. She speaks fluently English, French and Bulgarian.
BLOCKCHAIN - NEW PARADIGM FOR TRANSACTION
Blockchain technology is marvelous and disruptive, yet most people fail to grab the potential and the correct utilization of such innovation. Through this talk, we will introduce you to blockchain technology. We will go from the beginning of the cypherpunk movement to the ICO driven business. After a short dive into the bitcoin inner
Ozdemir will deliver a presentation on Turkey’s start-up ecosystem; covering the relevant infrastructure for technology development, talent pool, government’s incentives and grants for R&D, investment trends, and recent developments.
Country Advisor for the United Kingdom
Republic of Turkey Prime Ministry, Investment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey (ISPAT)
Based in London, Mr. Özdemir is serving as the Country Advisor for the United Kingdom at ISPAT, the official organization of the Prime Ministry for promoting Turkey’s investment opportunities to the global business community and providing free-of-charge assistance to international investors before, during and after their entry into Turkey.
Before joining ISPAT in 2011, he worked for private sector companies on large-scale capital projects and management consulting. He received B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Industrial Engineering from Istanbul Technical University and Sabanci University, respectively.
Kann will deliver the communication tools for science and business interactions. The key points the create strong netwrok, enhance already created networks and more.
Kaan is founding partner and general manager of Hackquarters Startup Accelerator & Corporate Innovation company. After studied Mechatronics engineering with Mathematics he joined several tech companies and international corporate companies. For last four years, he is fully involved in angel investment, growing startups and leveraging innovation for corporates. Currently, Hackquarters and Kaan are shareholder over 15+ startups, Hackquarters has +40 corporate clients in Forbes 500 and under Hackquarters Startup programs has more than 100 startups under management in different programs. Kaan is also in international advisory board of SXSW Accelerator and Young Transatlantic Innovative Leaders Initiative Fellow at German Marshall Fund.
Paris Business Angels
-What business angles are looking for?
-Do they invest randomly?
-Is it easy to reach business angels?
-What are the limits of Investements?
Engineer by training
but interest in finance bachelor in Economics/Essec
Co founder of Data company in 1987 ( BtoB / online/ Marketing) Business Angel
AXA Personal insurance agent: for companies and their founders/leaders
Entrepreneurship and its effects
-What entrepreeurship means?
-Who is an entrepreeur?
-How it affects the social life?
Deputy Director of the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, C2N
Dafiné Ravelosona, became in 1998 a permanent research member of CNRS. He is currently the deputy director of the “Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology” (C2N) in Orsay where he is also in charge of the nanoelectronics Department. He is an experimentalist physicist and he has more than 20 years of experience in Spintronics. From 2004 to 2005, he was an invited Scientist at the Research Center of Hitachi Global Storage Technology in silicon Valley. He has co-authored over 140 papers including more than 10 nature/science papers, given more than 50 invited talks and filed 4 patents. He recently launched an international associated laboratory between CNRS and the USA. He also launched 2 start-up companies and was recently awarded 7 prizes of innovation.
Science and Business in Israel
Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique
Bât 650 Ada Lovelace, Université Paris Sud, 91405 Orsay Cedex France
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Secretary of Executive Committee of MCAA, MSCA Postdoctoral Fellow at ICMMO, UPSUD
MCAA Board Member, Innovation Consultant, Entrepreneur
Chair of MCAA Bridging Science and Business WG
MCAA Member, (LCBB) ICMMO, UPSud
MSCA Postdoc fellow at CEA Saclay, DRF/IRFU/DPhN
MCAA Member, Technical University Sofia
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MCAA Member, Ph.D Student, INSPIRE, Paris
MCAA Member, PhD Student, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw
PhD student, LRI/LIMSI, CNRS Université Paris-Sud