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Shikha Anand, MD, MPH is currently the Chief Medical Officer at Withings, a consumer electronics company dedicated to at-home health improvement. In this role, Shikha leads Withings' health strategy, overseeing research and regulatory processes and developing solutions for medical professionals, as well as leading direct to consumer health services. Dr. Anand has over 15 years of experience developing innovations and systems that improve health. Her leadership experience includes clinical administration, public health, research, quality improvement, and clinical informatics. Before joining Withings, Doctor Anand served as the Chief Medical Officer at Well, a personalized guide and consumer health platform. She also led health innovation initiatives at Federally Qualified Health Centers, Aetna/ CVS, with state and federal agencies, and Walmart’s Care Clinics. Shikha is a practicing physician who is board certified in pediatrics and clinical informatics.
Through the pandemic, at-home and on-person monitoring of health has surged. Widespread adoption has led to improvements in technology, including new ways to assess the progression of chronic conditions. New biomarkers and home technologies can promote better monitoring of conditions, as well as early signals of new disease. In this presentation, we will discuss innovations in chronic conditions that increase cardiovascular risk. We will review some of the forthcoming technology in each condition, and review real-world data where it exists. We will also discuss the place of these biomarkers in clinical diagnosis and monitoring of chronic conditions, and their implications for future management guidelines.
As Executive Vice President of Schneider Electric's Energy Management business, Olivier is responsible for the entire Energy Management portfolio of world-leading technologies, software and services. Olivier is an active promoter of Sustainability and "Electricity 4.0" the fastest route to a net zero world that is more electric and more digital.
Olivier has been a member of the Executive Committee since 2014. In his previous role as Chief Strategy & Sustainability Officer, Olivier led the development of Corporate Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions, Sustainability and Quality. Prior to that, Olivier led Schneider's People Strategy as Chief Human Resources Officer between 2014 and 2020.
Olivier began his career at Schneider Electric in 1993 in his home country of France. He has been living and working in Asia for the last two decades, where he has held leadership positions as the Regional Head of Strategy for China and the Regional Managing Director for India, before taking on the global role of Executive Vice President for the Home & Distribution Division based in Hong Kong.
Olivier has been a Non-Executive Director on both AVEVA Group PLC (as Remuneration Committee member) and Delta Dore Boards since 2020.
In 2019, Olivier received France's Chief Human Resources Officer of the Year Award from Cadremploi, Morgan Phillips Hudson, Le Figaro Décideurs and Fyte, in recognition of how he transformed Schneider's leadership and culture at a global scale. In 2021, his sustainability efforts across the Company saw Schneider Electric recognized by Corporate Knights as the World's Most Sustainable Corporation.
Olivier graduated from Grenoble Business School (GEM), France.
Vincent Bouchiat is the CEO and co-founder of Grapheal, a spin-off company from Neel Institute focusing on connected biosensors. He is on leave from the French National Research Center (CNRS) at Grenoble, where he has a permanent position of Director of Research. He is an Engineer in Nanoelectronics focusing on translational research and on the biomedical applications of carbon nanostructures. He hold a phD in Quantum Nanoelectronics from CEA-Saclay and he co-authored more than 120 publications with over 5000 citations. He holds 9 international patents.
Vincent Bouillet is a Mechanical engineer in structures and systems. He began his career in 2001 as a service oriented expert in the vibration behaviour of rotating machineries in oil&gas and railways. He then became an Application Engineer for Emerson Process Managment to install online condition monitoring systems on critical machineries. He then became the head of the hydropower business for Dynae in 2008 where he worked on automating signal processing procedures on hydro turbines. He joined GE Hydro R&D in 2012 to develop an intelligent condition monitoring platform comprising signal processing, machine learning and intuitive 3D interface designed for operation & maintenance personnel. In 2017, he started a new position at GE to develop Asset Health indices, RFID passive Temperature sensors and a set of A.IoT Nodes in charge of collecting, fusion and inference of data with mode, failure and anomaly detection.
Pr Stephan Chabardes is professor of neurosurgery at Grenoble Alpes University.
He is the head of the Neurosurgery Department at Grenoble-Alpes university hospital and of the Clinical unit at CLINATEC, CEA-LETI. He is member of the executive committee of the ESSFN (European Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery), member of the board of directors of the WSSFN (World Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery) and President of the Functional and Stereotactic section of the French Neurosurgery society. Pr Chabardes has participated to the publication of more than 180 peer-reviewed papers and is currently heading different clinical trials on deep brain stimulation.
As Intel increases its EU presence in manufacturing and R&D, we create a center of gravity to drive expanded research collaborations with European research institutes, universities and the semiconductor industry across the continent.
The EU already has many world-class research programs in areas such as transistor architectures & interconnects, advanced lithography, advanced packaging, novel materials, advanced design and semiconductor memories. Intel is bringing its own most advanced technologies and research prowess to the continent with strengthened partnerships with EU research communities to focus on and deliver revolutionary, game-changing technology options that will enable both i) significant semiconductor and packaging research advancement in the EU and ii) Moore's Law extension for many years to come. This is very exciting time for the Intel and EU research as we join in in driving Moore's Law and defining the future for the industry.
Received B.S. and M.S. degrees in telecommunication engineering and remote sensing systems from the University of Siena, Italy and a Ph.D. degree in signal processing and telecommunications from the University of Rennes 1, France. He realized his master thesis project at Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Lyngby, Denmark, where he worked on spherical nearfield antenna measurements. Since 2013, he has been a research engineer in CEA-Leti's Wireless & Telecom Unit. His current research interests include fixed-beam and electronically reconfigurable transmit array antennas, RIS, millimeter-wave and sub-THz antennas, antenna arrays, near-field focused systems, antenna modelling, and numerous other antenna areas. He has authored or co-authored more than 110 papers in international journals and conferences, received 15 patents and has won several awards for conference presentations.
Vincent Delattre, Ph.D. is Vice President Business Development and Co-founder of ONWARD Medical, a medical technology company creating innovative therapies to restore movement, independence, and health in people with spinal cord injury. ONWARD’s work builds on more than a decade of basic science and preclinical research conducted at the world’s leading neuroscience laboratories. The company’s first FDA pivotal trial, called Up-LIFT, completed enrollment in December 2021 with 65 subjects worldwide.
ONWARD is headquartered at the High-Tech Campus in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, with premises in Lausanne, Switzerland and a growing U.S. presence in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Dr Vincent Delattre is responsible for leading and executing the company’s business and intellectual property strategies and leveraging the latest scientific and clinical discoveries to identify potential market opportunities and business partners.
Under his leadership the company won several awards and raised over €45M in funding. Vincent is an inventor in 19 patent families and co-author of numerous high-impact scientific publications in nature, cell, nature communication and nature medicine.
Vincent holds a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne (EPFL). His work combining neurophysiological experiments with modeling of neural circuits dynamics focused on the impact of electrical stimulation on neuroplasticity and neural circuits organization. He also obtained his Master of Life Science and Engineering from EPFL.
Sustainability program manager, Director of research, CEA-LetiLinkedin
Léa Di Cioccio is Director of Research at CEA-Leti. She is currently in charge of the CEA-Leti-Eco innovation program.
Since 1990, when she joined the organization, she has conducted research activities in materials, epitaxy, direct bonding, etc. in the fields of 3D integration and power components in the frame of collaborations with STmicrolectronics, SOITEC and in lots European projects. She is the author of more than 200 publications, 5 book chapters and 40 patents. Concerned by the socio-ecological transitions underway, she is working to introduce these new paradigms into the organization's research methodologies and strategy.
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Yacine Felk is CYSEC COO co-founder in charge of collaborative projects on Cloud to Edge Confidential Computing and IP Management. Prior to CYSEC, he spent 10 years in Semiconductor and Quantum industries holding various positions related to Innovation and IP management. In 2018, he has been awarded the "IP Management Award in Security" from Fraunhofer Gesellschaft for patent portfolio management in Quantum field. Yacine Felk graduated with a PhD. in Management Sciences Mines ParisTech and MsC Ensam Paris.
Thierry FENSCH is Innovation & Collaborations Director for STMicroelectronics Grenoble Site His main accountabilities are to promote transversal innovation for products and technologies, as well as collaborations and “open innovation” initiatives with local and international actors including partnership with start-up (Innovation Booster and ST-Up).
Telecom Engineer (IMT Atlantic) plus a PhD from INPG (1984), he has started his engineering carrier in 1981 as telecom analog integrated devices design, for wired communications (RNIS, ADSL) then wireless applications (GSM, 3G), in EFCIS, Thomson Semiconductor and finally STMicroelectronics since 1987. In ST He has then handled several positions in R&D and Programs Managements for large customers and contributed to many new products for the market.
Among all his activities, Thierry FENSCH is specifically active with IRT nanoelec on Pulse and Education Platforms.
Eric Mercier graduated from the ENSEEIH of Toulouse, France, in 1991, and holds a DEA in microwaves focused on near-field/far-field antenna diagram conversion done at Alcatel Space, Toulouse, France.
After having held positions in the optical test equipment with Schlumberger, for physical fiber optical link tests, as analog and signal processing engineer, he has pursued his work in semiconductor companies like ST and Atmel as R&D Application & Characterization engineer, as well as Marketing engineer. His main field of interest has been low power RF dedicated to Wireless Sensor Network. He is now at CEA-Leti, France, since 2006, where he has led projects in the scope of ULP RF, with a specific focus on low-power RF transceiver design & implementation as well as on embedded resources dedicated to low-power WSN solutions.
After having been the Head Manager of the Laboratory for Architectures & Integrated RF design (LAIR), in charge of designing RF solutions for ULP, UWB, LPWA, mmW, high-data rate, RFID, PA, and FEM, with a common target of addressing the lowest possible power consumption and make use of the most advanced CMOS technologies, he is now Deputy Head of the Telecom & Wireless Unit at CEA-Leti. He has coauthored some conference papers and participated to a book chapter on the topic of WSN.
Denis Mercier received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Limoges (France) in 2000 and 2003, respectively. He was a research fellow at The University of Michigan, USA, from 2003 to 2005 where his researches focused on design and fabrication of tunable passive RF components. Since 2005, he is with the CEA-Leti where he works on electromechanical sensors and RF passive components for front-end modules. He is particularly involved in the design, the modelling and the characterization of RF passive components.
RF filters are key components in the signal integrity of communication satellites. Their number can be very large in a satellite although the technologies used today are bulky and heavy, with strong impact on payload. This presentation will explain why integrated acoustic filters can be an interesting alternative and what improvements they can bring. The steps that make it possible to go from materials to packaged components will be explained and the latest results obtained on integrated acoustic filters designed and manufactured in Leti's 200 mm clean rooms will be presented.
After obtaining my engineer diploma and, later, my PhD in photonics on an ophthalmological laser, I have been involved in several development projects. After joining SET, I worked in the mechanical and optical design department of flip-chip bonders for several years and then headed this department. I have now the honour to manage the company, still being involved in various development projects.
Design Plateform General Manager, STMicroelectronicsLinkedin
LiDAR Technical Product Line Director, VALEOLinkedin
Founder and CTO, LightSpace LabsLinkedin
Ilmars Osmanis is a multi-entrepreneur and the CTO of LightSpace Technologies, a leader in volumetric 3D image displays. Previously, he has successfully started HansaMatrix company listed in Nasdaq Baltic main list. The company was also listed among the highly profitable electronics manufacturing high tech company with turnover above 25M$. He has a number of scientific publications and patent application in the field of electromagnetic field analysis and recently – diffuser LCD applications in 3D volumetric display design. Ilmars Osmanis holds a Master degree in Radio and Electronics engineering from Riga Technical University and an Executive MBA course from Riga Business School (Latvia).
Laurent Pain is graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Physique de Grenoble in 1992. He received his Ph D after his work on DUV resists study. He joined CEA-LETI in 1996 to work on infra-red technology, and then came back to STmicroelectronics in 1999 working on 193nm and e-beam lithography technologies.
From 2008 to 2014, Laurent Pain leaded the lithography laboratory of the silicon technology division of CEA-LETI. He was also managing in parallel the industrial consortium IMAGINE dedicated to the development of multibeam lithography with MAPPER lithography BV.
Since July 2014, within the LETI Silicon Technology Division, he is now in charge of the business and the partnerships developments of the Silicon Technologies Platform Division.
Michael Pelissier received both an engineering degree and a M.S degree in Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications from the INPG (Grenoble, French Higher Institute of Engineering) in 2003 and a PhD degree from the same institute in 2006 in the optoelectronics and radiofrequency fields. After some experience in Philips Nijmegen in Netherlands, he joined University Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI in 2003 as permanent researcher Engineer. In 2016, he held a visiting researcher position at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. His fields of research are radio architecture & systems solution, analog RF front end design for impulse UWB, RF discrete time , sub-nyquist sampling and sparse signal processing for WLAN or cellular PMR applications. Since 2019, he is leading the RF Architecture and IC Design Laboratory at LETI in charge of RF et mmW Transceiver development, Front End Module and RF sensor IC designs. Targeted application encompassed not only telecommunication such as Wifi, 5G/6G, IoT solution but also RF sensor dedicated for instance to healthcare and health monitoring. He is the author of 8 patents, 3 book-chapters and a JEDEC standardization chapter document. He has received several awards and honors including the SEE award “Grand prix de l’électronique du general Ferrié” in 2011, the award of the “national competition for start-up support” from French research ministry in emerging technology in 2012 and in 2015 he was elevated to the grade of CEA expert in the field of analog electronics.
Director at Alphabet and General Manager of a stealth-mode, deep-tech project at Alphabet’s ‘Moonshot Factory’, Google X
Patricia Prewitt is a Director at Alphabet and General Manager of a stealth-mode, deep-tech project at Alphabet's 'Moonshot Factory', X (formerly Google X). Prior to joining X, Patricia established the APAC presence of Google's white glove creative agency team, The ZOO, as Head of Business & Creative Operations where she lived in Tokyo and was a key contributor to securing Google Japan's first $1B joint business plan. She then became the lead for Global Onboarding and Training for Google's technical support organization, recruiting and managing a team of 50 instructors. Prior to Google, Patricia was a financial professional at Morgan Stanley, responsible for over $250M in assets invested, and a member of faculty at Oakland's College Preparatory School. She graduated UC Berkeley with a BA in English. In her spare time, you might find her taking a wide variety of educational courses or engaging with one of her many hobbies such as constructing LEGO and performing arts.
X is a diverse group of inventors and entrepreneurs who build and launch technologies that aim to improve the lives of millions, even billions, of people. Our goal: 10x impact on the world's most intractable problems, not just 10% improvement. We approach projects that have the aspiration and riskiness of research with the speed and ambition of a startup. This presentation will provide X's perspective on innovation and touch on current areas of focus.
After earning my Master of Science in Engineering Material Science from both Politecnico of Turin (Italy) and INPG of Grenoble (France) I took the opportunity to join the optics and photonics world to explore my passion for highly technical, added value products and satisfy my curiosity for business and digital marketing. After more than 20 years working for various international, industrial, BtB companies including Teem Photonics, Alcoa, Electropoli and Vogo as Sales & Marketing Director, I joined Alpao one year ago as member of the Board of Directors. My professional background covers corporate strategy, foreign market conquest, contract negotiations, product launch, sales management, digital marketing and CRM implementation. I’ve traveled frequently during my career covering mostly the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. Along with my executive career, I’ve founded a consulting agency, Renaissance Conseil, and I’m the VP of Inspire Demain, a NGO dedicated to advising innovative projects in favour of disabled people.
Senior Director, Innovation, SOITEC
Ionut Radu is Senior Director of Research and External Collaborations being responsible for path finding and technology scouting at Soitec. He is currently involved with industrial and academic innovation platforms supporting strategic developments of advanced substrate materials for semiconductor industry.
Dr. Radu obtained his B.S. in physics from University of Bucharest in 1999 and Ph.D (Dr. rer. nat.) in physics from Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg in 2003. He has co-authored more than 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings and reference handbooks and holds more than 80 patents in the field of semiconductor technologies. Dr. Radu is senior member of IEEE society, and elected Vice-President of the EDS France chapter. He contributes to Technical Program Committees of international conferences (ESSDERC, VLSI-TSA) and industrial forums (Semicon Europa).
We are in an unprecedented time of growth- the era of AI Big Data. The era is fueling growth in wafer starts at virtually all nodes. What will hold us back from this future of connected everything? While supply chain is a constraint today, we must keep our eye on the challenge of efficient scaling of devices. Applied’s Power, Performance, Area/Cost, and time (PPACt) Playbook is critical to addressing semiconductor industry’s the most pressing long term challenges. We focus on key areas where PPACt is enabled by new materials, architectures, and more.
Head of Bureau Europe, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes EntreprisesLinkedin
Through the recent pandemic, we have witnessed the acceleration of a new industrial revolution called digital transformation (DT). DT is rapidly changing the nature of business in so many industries, and there is still more change to come at an even faster rate. At the heart of this are semiconductors, software, and AI. The Metaverse is widely viewed as the next generation of the internet, and it is the natural next stop in the DT journey as new augmented and virtual worlds create new trillion-dollar economies. However, building this metaverse will require a multi-generational leap in semiconductors, software, network infrastructure, 6G, finance and AI. It will create new winners across all these sectors and create new economies that do not exist today. Dramatic changes can be expected on the road to this next generation of the internet- from how we conceive systems to how we design and package experiences-on-a-chip. The changes will touch every industry we know today and enable the creation of systems that are both awesome in complexity and transformative in what is possible. In this keynote, we will share our perspective on this next major step in the journey of digital transformation.
Sébastien Teysseyre graduated from the engineering school of Physics and Chemistry from Paris, holds a Master of Science in Instrumentation and has been in the imaging business for more than 20 years. After a first experience in Detroit, Michigan driving the launch of a new IR based method to analyze plastic containers quality, Sébastien came back to Europe to be instrumental in the launch of a MedTech start-up involving X-ray systems, multi-spectral instruments and 3D imaging. Then, Sébastien Teysseyre joined Teledyne e2v, a global leader in the design and supply of specialized semiconductors and systems in healthcare, life sciences, space, defence & security and industrial markets, animating a team of Marketing and Technical experts to drive new product & markets investigations. His latest focus is on automotive application and he joined the Imaging Division of STmicroelectronics in 2019 to focus on deploying the most advanced imaging technologies to the automotive ecosystem.
The automotive industry is currently being disrupted with unprecedented electrification and digitalization macro trends: car electrification, ADAS vision and radar, networking, positioning and connectivity are the new mobility trends. ADAS vision is fueled by different camera technologies out of which In Cabin oriented cameras are the ones being forecasted to face the fastest growth in the next years. The subject of the presentation is to review the different market drivers of this growth, the associated use cases and how the automotive imaging industry and STmicroelectronics in particular are developing disruptive solutions to keep the pace in this rapidly evolving environment.
From 1975 to 1987, Christian Thomas was an engineer in the mining industry, in several country (Brazil, Morroco, Portugal, New Caledonia, France). In 1987, he switched to be engineer in the metallurgical industry (lead, zinc, copper, precious and special metals). From 2003 until now he entered the recycling industry.
He is the founder of Terra nova (pyrolysis of printed circuit board), with the construction of the indium plant at Nyrstar (Auby), founder of TND (R&D center focused on extracting and refining of metals from waste)
Today, he is developing 2 industrial plants:
• Sanou Koura which will process printed circuit board and Lithium batteries to extract and purify copper, gold, silver, palladium, tin, cobalt, nickel, lithium, manganese and tantalum.
TNI which will process medical devices which include electronic components.
Christophe Verjus is leading the Project Office and Business Development for Digital Health at CSEM.
He holds an Engineer degree in Physics from ESPCI Paris, and worked in the industry in Germany before joining CSEM in 2000.
He has been active in the biomedical field for more than 20 years, both in hardware and data science, developing sensing technologies, wearables and medical systems for industrial partners and startups.
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.