1st French-Swedish Workshop:
Smart cities & mobility!

11th & 12th June 2019 – ESIEE / Cité Descartes

 

The workshop objectives are :

  • To share knowledge, and expertise on smart cities and mobility
  • To set a basis for developing cooperation and finding synergies between France and Sweden
  • To discuss how to face together tomorrow’s societal challenges

FSW 2019 co-chairs:

  • Dr. Agnès Jullien (Director of the department of European and International Affairs at IFSTTAR)
  • Dr. Ghazwan Al-Haji (Senior Lecturer in road traffic safety at the Linköping University)

Expected audience

  • Research organisations and universities
  • Testing platform / facilities owners
  • Private companies
  • Cities authorities
  • Citizens’ associations
  • Ministries

 


Conference language: English

Matchmaking Event

On day 1 of the workshop (11th June) a matchmaking event will be organized and will gather all kind of stakeholders in the field of Smart cities and Mobility (privatecompanies, start-ups, academics, students, funding agencies, citizens, …).

3 events will be organized:

  • Pitch you project session
  • Poster session
  • Face to face meetings
  • Visits and demos

If you want to learn more about the matchmaking event, please visit the dedicated page here.

 

Topics

Multidisciplinary topics, modes and areas addressed are:

  • Transportation: connected and autonomous vehicles, green energy, logistics
  • Smart cities: connected cities/building, nearly zero-energy building
  • User-centered strategy: personal data (ethics, management), new ways of live
  • Implementation of new transportation system
  • Test-beds facilities: benchmarking
  • Green solutions for clean energy transport and smart cities
  • Digitalization, smart industry and start-up
  • Health and life sciences

The workshop covers themes in the area of the French-Swedish governmental agreement signed in 2017.

 

SIEE Paris

2, boulevard Blaise Pascal – Cité DESCARTES
93162 Noisy le Grand CEDEX

 

 

The participation to the workshop is completely free but registration is mandatory