Program

Come and discover the program of the day!

From the most strategic to the most operational, find your happiness in our program in various formats and themes!

During the plenary session, in the Cassin auditorium, throughout the day, public and private decision-makers and high-level experts will meet to discuss the major innovation challenges of the Grand Est region. On this occasion, the prizes of the EDF Pulse Grand Est competition will also be awarded.

In the Rhine Hall, on the central stage, attend one- or multi-voice interventions on transversal subjects, at the crossing point of the event’s themes.

In the Rhine Hall, on our four tracks, conferences and masterclasses led by experts and regional representatives of innovative companies will give you keys to addressing the changes of the world today and in the future.

In the Schweitzer Gallery, participate in workshops to discover new methods that can be applied immediately!

Auditorium Cassin
Décideurs politiques, dirigeants d’entreprises nationales et régionales, représentants de la communauté scientifique et de l’écosystème régional et experts du plus haut niveau s’y succèderont pour un panorama des grands enjeux régionaux d’innovation ! Transition énergétique et environnementale, intelligence artificielle et dynamique entrepreneuriale en seront les thématiques phares ! La remise des prix EDF Pulse clôturera en beauté cette séquence.
10:00
Mots de bienvenue et d’introduction
Alain FONTANEL (Ville de Strasbourg) - Robert HERRMANN (Eurométropole de Strasbourg) - Jean-Luc MARX (Préfet de la région Grand Est) - Pascale RIBON (DEEPTECH) - Jean ROTTNER (Région Grand Est) - Gilbert STIMPFLIN (CCI Grand Est)

Keynote de Nicolas BOUZOU (directeur fondateur d’Asterès), économiste, essayiste et éditorialiste, sur les grandes mutations qui dessinent le monde de demain et les enjeux spécifiques de notre territoire.

30mn Auditorium Cassin
11:20
Séquence Green Est
Fabrice BOISSIER (ADEME) - David COSTE (Ministère de la Transition écologique et solidaire) - Michel DENEKEN (Unistra) - Patrick FRANCOIS (Banque des Territoires) - Christine GANGLOFF-ZIEGLER (UHA) - Mireille JAUTZY (HAGER Group) - Lilla MERABET (Région Grand Est) - Didier VAUCOIS (EDF) - Christèle WILLER (Région Grand Est) - Christelle BRIDEY (ENGIE) - Frédéric CREPLET (E’nergys & Groupe Socomec Holding) - Isabelle HELIOT-COURONNE (Région Grand Est) - Yvon LE HENAFF (Pôle IAR) - Fabrice LEMOINE (Université de Lorraine) - Laurent LUCAS (URCA) - Martine MACK (R-GDS) - Christophe NEUMANN (CITEO) - Rémy SADOCCO (Région Grand Est)

Table ronde n° 1 : un projet de transition inscrit au cœur de l’Europe
Avec les représentantes et représentants du Ministère de la Transition Ecologique et Solidaire, de l’ADEME, de l’UHA, de l’Unistra, de Hager Group, d’EDF, de la Banque des Territoires, de la Région Grand Est.

Table ronde n°2 : la transition en action
Avec les représentantes et représentants de l’URCA, de l’Université de Lorraine, du Pôle IAR, du Consortium DINAMHySE, de R-GDS, d’E’nergys, de CITEO, et de la Région Grand Est.

1h10 Auditorium Cassin
14:15
Séquence Intelligence Artificielle
Olivier CAPPÉ (CNRS - INS2I) - Michel DE MATHELIN (Unistra) - Christine GANGLOFF-ZIEGLER (UHA) - Bruno LEVY (Inria Nancy) - Ulf NEHRBASS (Luxembourg Institute of Health) - Philipp SLUSALLEK (DFKI and Saarland University) - Sebastian STÜKER (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie) - François WERNER (Région Grand Est) - Christophe CORNE (Systancia) - Benoît GALLIX (IHU Strasbourg) - Pierre KOCH (UTT) - Laurent LUCAS (URCA) - Lilla MERABET (Région Grand Est) - Emmanuelle SAUDEAU (AG2R La Mondiale) - Nicolas SEKKAKI (IBM France) - Nicolas THERY (Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale) - Karl TOMBRE (Université de Lorraine) - Jean ROTTNER (Région Grand Est) - Godefroy de BENTZMANN (Syntec Numérique) - Etienne LEROI (Grand E-nov)

Pour tout comprendre sur la façon dont le numérique et l’intelligence artificielle vont transformer l’économie de notre territoire, au cœur de l’Europe.

Signature d’une convention de la Région Grand Est avec le Syntec Numérique en présence de Jean ROTTNER, Président de la Région Grand et Godefroy de BENTZMANN, Président du Syntec Numérique.

Table ronde n° 1 : l’intelligence artificielle, une dynamique collective au cœur de l’Europe
Avec les représentantes et représentants de l’INRIA, de DFKI, du CNRS, de l’Unistra, de Ksilink Strasbourg, du Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, de Eucor – Le Campus européen, de l’UHA, et de la Région Grand Est.

Table ronde n°2 : l’intelligence artificielle en action
Avec les représentantes et représentants de l’URCA, de l’IHU Strasbourg, de l’UTT, de l’Université de Lorraine, d’AG2R La Mondiale, de Systancia, du Crédit Mutuel, d’IBM France, et de la Région Grand Est.

2h15 Auditorium Cassin
17:00
Séquence Startup et Prix EDF Pulse Grand Est
Lilla MERABET (Région Grand Est) - Michel VANHAESBROUCKE (EDF Pulse Croissance) - Didier VAUCOIS (EDF) - Thierry OMEYER

Conférence inspirante de Thierry Omeyer : avoir l’esprit de la gagne, et le garder !
Table ronde avec présentation du plan Startup par Lilla MERABET et interventions de Michel VANHAESBROUCKE, Directeur EDF Pulse Croissance, et Didier VAUCOIS, Délégué Régional Grand Est
Remise des prix EDF Pulse Grand Est : assistez au pitch des 13 finalistes et à la remise des prix à 3 lauréats, puis votez pour le prix coup de cœur du public !

1h30 Auditorium Cassin
18:30
Cocktail de clôture

1h30 Galerie Schweitzer
Rhine Hall
Conferences and panel discussions on major transversal innovation topics
10:30
The transformation of management
Cécile DEJOUX (CNAM)
30mn Hall Rhin
11:30
The smart city: issues, challenges and keys to success
Philippe HENAUX (METZ METROPOLE) - Catherine VAUTRIN (GRAND REIMS) - François WERNER (GRAND NANCY METROPOLE) - Bertrand CHEVALIER (TROYES CHAMPAGNE) - Robert HERMANN (STRASBOURG) - Laurent RICHE (MULHOUSE ALSACE AGGLOMERATION) - Carlos MORENO - Polina MIKHAYLOVA (KNOT)

In the context of digital, energy, ecological and economic transitions, communities must reconcile the environment, the economy and social issues for an inclusive, innovative and sustainable quality of life and value creation. At the scale of these metropolitan areas, and beyond through an alliance of territories, it is necessary to identify the levers of action to make the urban area intelligent, having the capacity to collect and analyse multiple sources of information in near-real time. This analysis makes it possible to identify grey and white areas and diagnose the territory's potential for collective well-being and better living and working together. The panel discussion will consist of an introduction by Carlos MORENO outlining these major transitions and the challenges that this implies for the territories, and the testimony of the 6 metropolitan areas to discuss the keys to success for an intelligent city serving actors, citizens, users and inhabitants.

1h Hall Rhin
14:15
Design for health innovation
ACCRO

Conference organized as part of the partner event Rencontres Entreprises Design

1h30 Hall Rhin
16:00
New recent trends in innovation management
Lionel ROURE (CNAM) - Etienne LEROI (N. SCHLUMBERGER) - Patricia LECOCQ (ORANGE) - Martine MACK (R-GDS) - Frédéric RUFI (BURKERT) - Christophe BACHMANN (NOREMAT) - Jean-Claude PIERROT (NORSKESKOG) - Jacqueline SCHNEIDER (BPALC) - Bastien TOULEMONDE (ENEDIS) - Alain NICOLE (PLURIAL NOVILIA)

The panel discussion will focus on recent developments in innovation management. The current context is changing profoundly: explosion of R&D spending worldwide, resulting in technological advances and revolutions in many sectors, the very rapid emergence of a worldwide middle class of 5 billion people, the multiplication of innovation centres throughout the world (accelerators, incubators, clusters, competitiveness clusters, Fab Lab, Hackerspaces, makerspaces, ...), transformation of the organization of work in companies,... To respond to these transformations, new innovation management methods have emerged to help companies reduce the costs of innovation processes while increasing the creativity and originality of the innovations produced ! After a presentation by Lionel ROURE, the discussions will focus on the implementation in companies of these new innovation management methods and on the ingredients for success that make these companies champions of innovation.

1h Hall Rhin
17:00
La révolution numérique, pour un monde meilleur
Guy MAMOU MANI (OPEN)
30mn Hall Rhin
Galerie Schweitzer
Deux espaces ateliers pour se familiariser avec de nouvelles méthodes
10:30
Facilitate collaboration to broaden the scope of possibilities
Philippe GULDNER (OMOIKANE FACILITATION)

"The Game is the highest form of research" Albert Einstein Scientific studies have shown that using serious play unleashes a team's potential to think new strategies, develop innovation and increase the commitment of its members. Go beyond the usual reflection models, experiment with the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method

1h30 Espace Schweitzer
14:30
How to make innovation a daily practice?
Séverine HERLIN (VIANEO) - Frederic RUFI (BURKERT)

Conducting innovative projects, which are by definition uncertain and exploratory, is no longer an exceptional practice in a company, it is an absolute necessity. But how can we do this when most practices and methods demand that we define the objective to be achieved beforehand and minimize uncertainty at all times? Through this workshop we will propose you to discover through a case of concrete use with the Burkert company and a card game to support how to conduct a project while validating its value by walking!

1h30 Espace Schweitzer
16:00
Acceptance of new technologies (AI) by patients and health professionals
Tamim DAOUDI (ACCRO) - Delphine CABALION (ACCRO) - Noémie HAUSS (ACCRO) - Ted RANGAPANAIKEN (ACCRO) - Guillaume CLAUS (Impact Positif) - Guillaume FACCHI (BioValley France) - Jonathan MACRON (REDBERRY) - Nicolas SCHAETTEL (HYPNOVR) - Bruno ACCHIONE (AB Design Lab) - Anne-Marie SARGUEIL (Institut Français du Design) - Anne-Laure DESFLACHES (Ateliers RTT) - Yvan FREUND (Medical Art & Communication)

1h30 Espace Schweitzer
10:30
Storytelling: improve the communication of your data through data-notification
ECOSYSCéline CHAUVEAU (Ecosys Group) - Manuel RANCHIN (Toucan Toco)

This workshop is a didactic and entertaining introduction to good practices in data visualization (dataviz) based on concrete examples and games that challenge the audience. Its objective is to raise awareness and learn how to present data well in companies through anecdotes and familiar visualizations.

1h30 Espace Schweitzer
14:15
Jugaad, the spirit of resourcefulness - a culture of personal innovation!
Abhinav AGARWAL (Talan)

The purpose of frugal innovation is to "do better with less". It makes it possible to develop new offers with high added value for oneself and one's ecosystem, while reaching a wide audience thanks to affordable prices. The notion of sobriety is thus found in every human being and is reflected at the level of a team, a company, its products or services. But the notions of frugal innovation and the Jugaad spirit of resourcefulness are first of all a culture of personal innovation! A state of mind that can then be transmitted through a Bottom-Up approach so that an organization can survive, anticipate and evolve as a living organism in this highly dynamic period. This workshop offers you the opportunity to experience the Jugaad spirit in a concrete way!

1h30 Espace Schweitzer
16:00
Identify the drivers and obstacles to the development of innovation and export in companies
Mauricio CAMARGO (ERPI) - Johan CLAIRE (INNOVATION WAY)

Innovation and internationalization are 2 drivers of business growth. The Innov4SME Research Program, developed as part of Lorraine Université d'Excellence, aims to develop a diagnostic tool to simultaneously assess and improve the ability of companies to innovate and export. By participating in this workshop, you will carry out a precise assessment of your ability to innovate and export and identify areas for improvement to improve performance.

1h30 Espace Schweitzer
Rhine Hall and Hall 8T
Thanks to the organisation of a European business convention during the 360, you can meet international partners for your business or for the implementation of cross-border cooperation projects.
13:30
Business Appointments
For more information and registration: see the "B2B" tab

Take advantage of the day to schedule your appointments in advance: - by accessing the participants' profiles in advance, - by identifying precisely the projects, offers and expectations of these participants, - by ensuring the efficiency of your appointment thanks to a double validation method by each of the two participants, which guarantees you the adequacy between your respective expectations.

4h30 - rdv de 15min Hall Rhin et Hall 8T
11:00
Pitch&POC

You wish to present your solution/product to an industrial company in your sector? The Pitch&Poc will allow you to contact large groups and medium-sized companies directly and generate potential strategic and commercial synergies.

2h Salle Londres 1
14:15
Pitch&Win

Are you in the fundraising phase or would you like to train yourself to deliver an efficient and effective pitch to regional, national and cross-border investors? This session will allow you to present your project in a few minutes and meet the investor ecosystem.

3h15 Salle Londres 1
15:30
Comment opérer la transformation numérique de votre entreprise avec le BSP 0.1 (BSP : Bon Sens Paysan) ?
Salah BENZAKOUR

Comment mettre en place une feuille de route transformation numérique… au-delà du numérique !

Salle Madrid 1
14h00
Kubernetes... plus qu'un enjeu... une opportunité
Salim Gasmi (SdV) - Pierre Pataki (SdV)

Les avantages de migrer vos infrastructures vers Kubernetes chez SDV Plurimédia, une alternative locale aux GAFAM.

2h Salle Berlin
16h00
Table ronde RE 2020 : point à date, implications et opportunités

La RE 2020 s’annonce comme un changement réglementaire important en augmentant les ambitions énergétiques et en intégrant une forte composante environnementale. Annoncée pour le premier semestre 2020, de nombreuses questions se posent encore : • Où en est-on et comment s’élabore-t-elle ? • Que connait-on à date de son contenu et quels sont les impacts pour les différents métiers ? • Où en sont les industriels, comment s’y préparent- ils ? • En quoi cette réglementation et les objectifs qu’elle vise modifient il le jeu entre les acteurs ? • Quelle est la perception de la maîtrise d’ouvrage ? • Quels sont les impacts sur les coûts de construction et les prix du marché, sur les usages dans les bâtiments ?

1h Salle Varsovie
10:30
Pitchs startups

Le Fundtruck concours créé par Sowefund qui vise à promouvoir l’entrepreneuriat et accroître la visibilité des jeunes entreprises françaises.Le concept est simple, depuis 2015 nous faisons monter des jeunes entrepreneurs à bord d’un “food truck” et nous les emmenons sur la route à la rencontre de tous les membres de l’écosystème :Investisseurs, entrepreneurs à succès, élus locaux, médias, … Toutes les personnes qui peuvent aider ou soutenir les initiatives françaises les plus ambitieuses.

1h Sur le Parvis
12:00
Petite finale Régionale

Le Fundtruck concours créé par Sowefund qui vise à promouvoir l’entrepreneuriat et accroître la visibilité des jeunes entreprises françaises.Le concept est simple, depuis 2015 nous faisons monter des jeunes entrepreneurs à bord d’un “food truck” et nous les emmenons sur la route à la rencontre de tous les membres de l’écosystème :Investisseurs, entrepreneurs à succès, élus locaux, médias, … Toutes les personnes qui peuvent aider ou soutenir les initiatives françaises les plus ambitieuses.

30min Sur le Parvis
Hall Rhin - Digital and AI Transition
Conferences and masterclasses to better understand this theme!
10:30
Digital transformation, instructions for use
Stéphanie CHEVALIER (MECASEM) - Martine MACK (R-GDS) - Hugues MEILI (NIJI)

Digital transformation is multidimensional and must be an integral part of the company's development strategy; and if more and more managers are committing themselves or want to commit themselves to this transition, questions may remain: how to implement such a project? how to make it a real unifying project within the company? To provide some answers, women leaders will share their experience in this area, good practices also illustrated by an expert on the subject.

1h Hall Rhin
11:30
Digital Innovation hubs: Europe at the service of your digital transformation! SMART SPACE Conference
AURAE - Hub d’Innovation Digital - I4MS

In order to accelerate the digital transition of companies, the European Commission is promoting the creation of regional ecosystems called Digital Innovation Hubs. The aim of the round table is to understand what it is? how it works? and how the European Commission will integrate them into its next funding programmes between 2021 and 2027.

1h Hall Rhin
14:15
Sequence IA
NOT TO BE MISSED - Plenary Session

With the participation of representatives of Universities, EPST, regional and cross-border clusters, the ARS, the Regional Chamber of Agriculture, the European Commission, the CCI Grand Est and other regional and national companies.

2h15 Auditorium Cassin
16:30
Innovation accelerators for the industry of the future
IGESIF, PAE

Companies in the Grand Est region need to innovate to face competition and win more markets at national, European and international level. This requires R&D to introduce new and innovative products and services. The academic world, with its research laboratories, is a real accelerator of innovation in which ideas are put into practice and lead to new products and services for partner companies. This is demonstrated by the number and quality of startups from this sphere. Similarly, the relationships and opportunities resulting from cross-border clustering actions of companies and research centres are excellent levers to boost these approaches in SMEs in particular. This panel discussion examines the mechanisms and keys to success to be followed in order to collaborate with the academic world and strengthen its networks at cross-border level in order to gain in competitiveness and innovation in the industrial world of the future. Come and discover how industrialists from the Grand Est region have been able to take advantage of the proximity to the academic ecosystem or programmes involving clusters of European companies to accelerate their innovation and conquer markets.

1h Hall Rhin
10:30
Accelerate the digital transition from spatial data!
Christelle ASTORG-LEPINE (CNES) - Yannick LAFUE (RHINESPACE) - Fahd BENATIA (SERTIT) - Jérôme BLANCHON (ELEMENTAIRE) - Jaques BEAS-GARCIA (CNES)

Through Boosters, CNES and COSPACE allow digital actors and space experts to meet in order to encourage and facilitate the development of business projects using spatial data. The ambition to "democratize" the use of this spatial data will make it possible to make new uses of it in various sectors such as smart-cities, transport, health and agriculture.

1h Hall Rhin
11:30
Demystify the blockchain: Experts talk to you about it!
Pierre BANZET (Transchain) - Benjamin FARAGGI (Spuro)

For what purposes? Which sectors of activity? Which business model? Beyond the buzz over Crypto-currencies and Bitcoin, companies are becoming aware that the Blockchain brings a level of innovation that can have a significant impact on certain areas. The Internet has changed our economic model, the Blockchain will have major impacts on the changes in certain sectors of activity.

30mn Hall Rhin
12:00
IoTs support the transformation of the business model
Vincent SCHALLER (SINEU Graph) - Jean-Christophe MARPEAU (Captronic) - Jérémy GREGOIRE (Divalto)

Connected Objects have been around for a long time, and the industry has been using their applications for years, but they are now available to the mass market. This leap forward in the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing our working habits, allowing greater connectivity between individuals and devices. However, this evolution generates new challenges mainly around security, real-time accessibility of data, but also has an impact on the "value" of the same data. We invite you to take a look at the state of the art on these subjects and discover a concrete application through the testimony of a leader.

30mn Hall Rhin
14:15
Séquence IA

With the participation of representatives of Universities, EPST, regional and cross-border clusters, the ARS, the Regional Chamber of Agriculture, the European Commission, the CCI Grand Est and other regional and national companies.

2h15 Auditorium Cassin
16:30
AI in the service of health: from research to the market
Guillaume FACCHI (BIOVALLEY FRANCE) - Diane COTE (MEDTEQ) - Benoit GALLIX (IHU) - Luc SOLER (Visible Patient) - Bruno BOUTTEAU (ARS Grand-Est) - Guillaume ICRE (HUS) - Erik SAULEAU (HUS)

The patient/physician increased, a reality. BioValley France, the health competitiveness cluster of the Grand Est region, offers you an AI sequence dedicated to health: How to bring a DM integrating AI into its market?

1h Hall Rhin
Hall Rhin - Innovation & managerial transition
Conferences and masterclasses to better understand this theme!
10:30
Apply the French to innovation philosophy of French toast!
Abhinav AGARWAL (TALAN)

Originally, French toast was a recipe for using food that had not been consumed. In times of famine, the most vulnerable populations have the idea of recycling all food ready to be thrown away. In the French toast recipe, there are no specific ingredients, but rather basic products: bread, milk, eggs and butter. Faced with budget cuts, natural resource shortages and an exponential upheaval in technology, how can the company apply the French toast philosophy to innovate?

30mn Hall Rhin
11:15
How to transform an SME into an ETI?... or how to trigger innovations and industrialize them?
Joseph PUZO (AXON CABLES)

Presentation of the upgrading methods used by Joseph PUZO to transform his SME AXON' CABLE with 100 employees, which manufactured standard cable, into an international ETI with 2,250 employees exporting to Mars. These methods can be copied: innovation, Lean engineering, Scrum...

30mn Hall Rhin
12:00
ISO 56002 - Innovation Management System: a collection of good practices to develop your ability to innovate
Johan CLAIRE (Innovation Way) - Laure MOREL (ENSGSI) - Frédéric BIRON (CEA)

Innovative companies are never by chance. To achieve regular innovation, they put in place practices that are conducive to the development of innovation. For more than 4 years, experts from some 50 countries have been working on the development of ISO 56002, a guide to these good practices. ISO 56002 will be published in the summer of 2019. What interest for companies? What are the impacts on innovation support structures and technical centres?

30mn Hall Rhin
15:30
Quality of life and new workspaces as a boost to creativity and innovation
Dominique BECHT (PLAB) - Alain d’IRIBARNE (ACTINEO) - Joël MULLER et Sandra GARCIA (STEELCASE)- Nathalie SCHEER (Partenaire CO)

The major trends that currently dominate in terms of QWL and workspaces challenge the great tradition of unity of place and unity of time by increasing the number of places and working hours. These major movements that blur the traditional boundaries of work explain why coworking spaces and flexoffices are articulated with the dynamics of open spaces, and can only be understood in a systemic dynamic that combines managerial dynamics themselves linked to economic, social and technological developments. It is therefore to them that we must go back when we want to develop new workplaces. As a world leader, Steelcase develops a wide range of innovative solutions for tertiary, educational and training spaces, complemented by numerous services, including consulting and recycling of end-of-life furniture. Our furniture is inspired by innovative research in terms of work space design. For more than 106 years, Steelcase has worked with leading organizations around the world, in all industries, to create spaces that enhance the performance, commitment and well-being of their employees.

1h Hall Rhin
16:45
Public, private: all mobilized for territorial open innovation
Guillaume MAURER (Thurmelec) - Thierry MOHR (ACEA EMS) - Jean-Yves JUNG (Alstom Aptis) - Sébastien LEDUC (ADIRA) - Rémy BANULS (EMS) - Delphine KRIEGER (EMS)

Startups, it's time to give yourself a good boost! Clubster is a club specialized in electronics. It is the first private French accelerator in this field. Created by Thurmelec, an industrial company specialized in the design and integration of electronic products, Clubster is open to all startups or companies with a startup spirit. Through its network of partners, the Clubster aims to support, assist and accompany projects until the product is industrialized, certified and successfully marketed. RESILIAN is an industrial group created in October 2018 on the initiative of industrialists from Northern Alsace. It aims to promote the sharing of best practices, collaborative work and creativity through a local network. RESILIAN's main areas of work: Innovation (technological, process, new product development, etc.) and Production capacity & HR expertise & attractiveness of companies

45mn Hall Rhin
11:45
Scrum, no longer choose between innovation and efficiency
Ashley Holland et Olivier Grzelak (Actimage) - Florent Bourgeois (UHA 4.0) - Anthony Schwartz (étudiant) - Daniel Da Fonseca (Scrum master)

Come and discover what the Scrum framework consists of, its interest and advantages, and how we implement it with industrialists and students as part of our Disrupt 4.0 projects within the UHA and Unistra.

45mn Hall Rhin
14:45
Digital transformation, organizational transformation
Aline DRONNE (ARACT)

New technologies have evolved considerably in recent years, to the point of disrupting our daily lives. They are present in many forms: tools (smartphone, tablet, computer...), applications or software (geolocation, mail, software package...), services (e-commerce, e-banking, social networks...). They are so integrated into everyday life that they are trivialized. In the world of work, new technologies are also widespread and are used on a daily basis by an ever-increasing number of employees, regardless of the sector of activity. These professional NTs offer even more diverse functionalities than those of private life (communication, data management, task and know-how modelling). Like any tool, working method, the introduction of a new technology leads to work transformations. These transformations can have positive, neutral or negative effects on working conditions and occupational risks.

45mn Hall Rhin
17:00
Energy performance: a.... management issue!
Pauline Hasseveldt (UHA)

The University of Haute-Alsace has been ISO 50001 certified since 2014. The implementation of the standard has made it possible to bring together all the university's stakeholders around an eco-responsible objective: in this way, it has strengthened the links between services and users at all levels of our heritage. The ISO 50001 standard is a catalyst for the implementation of actions with the same goal: better energy management. Energy management has become an essential new business for our organizations.

30mn Hall Rhin
Hall Rhin - Energy and environmental transition
Conferences and masterclasses to better understand this topic!
11:00
Economics of functionality and cooperation or how to survive the digitization of your activity! 
Pascal REMY (IPOCAM) - Patrice VUIDEL (ATEMIS)

From 2013, Pascal REMY, director of IPOCAM, a company specialising in the edition and printing of cards for the hotel and restaurant sector, became aware that the dematerialisation of his activity by making web design platforms available online would ultimately destroy his activity. In order to prepare for this evolution, IPOCAM, with the help of Idée Alsace and ATEMIS, has decided to migrate to the economy of functionality and cooperation (EFC) to transform its business by increasing its service offer. With the support of Patrice VUIDEL (ATEMIS), a specialist in this new economic model, come and discover Pascal REMY's career and his company's new trajectory!

1h30 Hall Rhin
14:15
Evaluate your company's strategy for a low-carbon transition
Edouard FOURDRIN (ADEME)

The Paris Climate Agreement has reinforced the need for carbon accounting for companies concerned about the impact of their activities on the climate. The ACT (Assessing low Carbon Transition) initiative was developed by ADEME and CDP to assess and strengthen companies' climate strategies and confront them with the requirements of a low-carbon world.

30mn Hall Rhin
15:00
Bio-economy: a lever for the energy and environmental transition
Christophe CLEMENT (URCA) - Christophe LUGUEL (Pôle IAR) - Martine BORTOLOTTI (Norske Skog)

30mn Hall Rhin
15:45
Europe and energy transition: Opportunities for cross-border cooperation and a focus on the hydrogen sector
Jacques HAENN (Pôle Véhicule du Futur) - Raphaël SCHOENTGEN (Hydrogen Advisors) - Heathcliff DEMAIE (Université de Lorraine) - Tamara BREITBACH (Greater Green) - Christian BESTIEN (Haffner Energy )

1h Hall Rhin
17:00
Innovation in Cleantech: issues and trends
Paul FOUCHER (Clean Tech Open France) - Katia RONZEAU (ECOSYS)

France is one of the 15 most innovative countries in the world in the field of cleantech. As environmental issues take an increasingly central place in public opinion and in government and European policies, the acceleration of the development of innovative solutions with a positive impact is becoming crucial. The conference will address several themes to provide an overview of trends and challenges: what are the high-potential innovations for the energy and environmental transition? what are the actors innovating? what are the obstacles and key success factors specific to cleantech? What are the expected trends and benefits for France and Europe?

30mn Hall Rhin
14:45
Intelligent energy networks, the driving force behind territorial innovation
Gilles ROCCHIA (Socomec) - Philippe JORDAN (Pôle Fibres Energivie) - Lionel GUY (FNCCR) - Hervé LIST (RTE)

1h Hall Rhin
16:45
How to benefit from the Programme des Investissements d'Avenir (PIA) operated by ADEME for your innovation projects within the framework of the Ecological and Energy Transition? 
Mathieu BRANDIBAT (ADEME) - Rémi PERRIN (SOPREMA)

In the presence of the SOPREMA winner (Sopraloop Project; 2017) and ADEME, ask your questions: what are the eligible projects? what is the selection process? what are the financing conditions? how is the project monitored with ADEME? what assets can the PIA bring to candidates and winners?

30min Hall Rhin
Hall Rhin - Startup / Scale-up
Conferences and masterclasses to better understand this theme!
10:30
L’entrepreunariat en Grand Est
Francis BECARD (Technopole de l'Aube)
15min Hall Rhin
10:45
A startup studio: why and for whom?
Pierre LE BLAINVIAUX (Technofounders) - SPINOFRIN

Startup studios are increasingly present in the French ecosystem, and bring together very different actors. What is the role of a startup studio? For which projects or contractors are they suitable? Feedback on the deep tech sector through a startup created and growing.

45min Hall Rhin
11:30
Fundraising instructions with representatives of investment funds & feedback
Rémy PERLA (EPOPIA) - Maximilien BACOT (Breega Capital) - Alexandre KORESSIOS (Finovam Gestion) - Laurent SACCUCCI (Capital Grand Est) - Nicolas IVALDI (EY Ventury) - Emeline HAHN (Fizimed) - Philippe TANDEAU DE MARSAC (Grand E-nov)

Fundraising is an exciting and perilous, time-consuming and anxious exercise. While fundraising is not an obligation but a means, it must always make it possible to reach a decisive level for the trajectory of a company. It therefore requires special efforts and resilience. The objective of this MasterClass is to provide you with the key elements of a good understanding of fundraising, the main steps, the VC reading grid and some tips to understand how to negotiate with investors.

1h Hall Rhin
14:15
They innovated with public research, they tell you all about it!
Les 3 SATT du Grand Est

Public research is innovative! SATTs (technology acceleration companies) help researchers develop their inventions into startups. Yes, but how does it work? Who does what? Where's the business in all this? You will surely find your answers in this masterclass, animated in rhythm by the Alsatian improvisers, where 3 teams will each talk about their scientific, entrepreneurial, and above all human experience.

1h Hall Rhin
15:30
Finance your collaborative transnational RDI project with the Eurostars Programme!
Bpifrance - Eurostars - EMOSIS - Grand E-nov

The EUREKA-EUROSTARS programme supports research and innovation programmes carried out by SMEs and aimed at bringing new products or services to market within 2 to 5 years. Based on collaborative work involving at least two partners from two of the more than 35 countries participating in the program, it is open to all themes from my health to digital to environmental transition. You want to know how it works? meet companies that have benefited from this partnership? come and join us in the Rhine Hall from 3:30 pm!

1h Hall Rhin
16:45 am
Bio-economy: a new way to boost your initiatives!
Jean-Christophe DUVAL (ARD) - Johan DE CONINCK (Pôle IAR) - Florent ALLAIS (CEBB) - Sarah CHARVAUX (Grand E-nov) - Isabelle HELIOT-COURONNE (Région Grand Est)

With the support of the Grand Est Region and the State, ARD and the CEBB are creating a program to boost bio-economy start-ups. Bringing together its skills and equipment covering all TRLs from proof of concept to the industrial scale-up of biotechnological processes, this new regional system is supported by key partners such as Semia, Grand E-nov, Scal'E-nov, Village by CA, the Demeter investment fund and the IAR cluster. The program will provide a real boost to startups' technological growth by industrializing their processes and providing access to their markets. The selected startups will receive financial assistance enabling them to reach new levels of growth while having the opportunity to establish partnerships in the Grand Est region or even to establish themselves there.

30mn Hall Rhin
11:30
Startups, SMEs, ETIs: address public buyers! UGAP
UGAP

1h Hall Rhin
15:30
Today is tomorrow, a PEPITE deposit within reach of Pitch!
POTENTIEL CA – YEC - PEEL - ETENA

They are students from the Grand Est region, from different fields and backgrounds & carry out innovative startup projects - concepts that they present to you in a new 90-second format

30mn Hall Rhin
16:15
Boost your start up with intellectual property!
CNCPI - INPI

You have created a startup around an original or new idea: Optimize your return on investment and opt for the security of your innovative creations thanks to intellectual property! Building a solid foundation means using all the industrial property tools at your disposal to enhance the value of your assets. Come and get informed and be accompanied in your project without delay! Acting as an industrial property agent means transforming your innovations into success.

45mn Hall Rhin

From Metz

Coming from A4

1h40

164km

From Troyes

Coming from A4

3h40

411km

From Mulhouse

Coming from A35

1h30

117km

From Nancy

Coming from A4

1h55

157km

From Reims

Coming from A4

3h10

348km

From Metz

1h50

From Bezannes (Gare de Champagne-Ardenne TGV)

Au moins 1 correspondance

1h30

From Mulhouse

55 min

From Nancy

1h30

From gare de Strasbourg to PMC

27 min

2,1km

From gare de Strasbourg to PMC

15 min

90 m à pied de la gare au bus

from gare de Strasbourg to PMC

lignes B et E, arrêt ``Wacken``

Un lieu, une journée et plusieurs formats pour appréhender les grandes mutations qui transforment les entreprises, les territoires et les organisations
Des conférences inspirantes et thématiques
20 à 25 minutes

L’innovation présentée par des experts.

DES TABLES RONDES
30 à 40 minutes

Interventions à plusieurs voix sur une thématique.

DES MASTER CLASS
1 heure

Rencontres, retours d’expériences et échanges avec des innovateurs qui passent à l’action.

DES RDV B2B
15 minutes

Rencontres avec des professionnels recherchant de nouvelles opportunités de business ou de partenariats.

DES ATELIERS
1 à 2 heures

Sessions de découverte d’outils de créativité et de nouvelles méthodes d’innovation par une mise en pratique concrète.

Un village de l'innovation
Toute la journée

Découverte des innovateurs et innovations du territoire du Grand Est.

Vivez et devenez acteur de l’innovation à l’occasion de ce rendez-vous unique dans le Grand Est au travers d’un programme riche et varié, organisé autour de 4 TRACKS
Transition numérique / intelligence artificielle
La révolution numérique remet en cause les modèles classiques du secteur productif : elle bouleverse les chaînes de valeur, les métiers, et les organisations. Et ouvre de nouvelles perspectives. Venez comprendre comment faire du digital un levier de compétitivité.
Transition managériale
Management innovant, organisations agiles et poreuses… Découvrez comment pour répondre aux nécessités d’innovation, d’agilité, de bien-être des salariés, les entreprises se réinventent.
Transition énergétique et environnementale
La transition énergétique et environnementale constitue à la fois un défi et une opportunité pour les entreprises. L’intégration de ses enjeux constitue un vrai levier pour l’innovation et la compétitivité : venez découvrir comment !
Startup scale-up
Startup et innovation sont aujourd’hui deux termes indissociables. Venez comprendre les clés du succès pour ces jeunes pousses qui dessinent le monde de demain. Et découvrez toute la richesse de la dynamique entrepreneuriale du Grand Est.
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