S.NetConference2015

Plenary sessions

From Nanotechnologies To Emerging Technologies; Towards A Global Responsibility

S.NET Conference 2015

October 18-21 2015, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

Preliminary Programme

Unless otherwise noted, all S.NET Conference 2015 activities will take place at the Centre Mont-Royal.

 

Plenary Sessions

 

Monday October 19th 2015, 9:30, Théâtre Symposia

-Simultaneous translation will be available in French for this event.

Plenary Session 1: The role of the state in assessing, framing and applying public policies on nanotechnologies and emerging technologies

Sophie Pellé – CEFIPOV, CNRS, France

 

Presentation of the European context

Richard Appelbaum – Professor, University of California at Santa Barbara, United-States

 

Presentation of the American context

Musufumi Ata, AIST, Japan

 

Presentation of the Asian context

Moderator : (To be confirmed)

 

Tuesday October 20th 2015, 9:30, Théâtre Symposia

- Simultaneous translation will be available in French for this event.

Plenary Session 2 : Representations, applications and impacts of nanotechnologies and emerging technologies in the fields of energy, health, food and agriculture

Sabin Boily –Former director of innovation and relations with the industry, École des Technologies Supérieures, Canada

 

Energy

Marina Maestrutti – Professor, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

 

Health

Kristen Lyons- Professor, University of Queensland, Australia

 

Food and Agriculture

 

Wednesday October 21st 2015, 15:30, Théâtre Symposia

- Simultaneous translation will be available in French for this event.

Closing Synthesis

Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent, Université Paris-I, France

 

 

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