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Published on March 14, 2013
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from March 14, 2013 to December 31, 2013
Press conference on the ANR and FUTURPROD - February 12, 2013

Tuesday February 12, CNAM Paris, more than 170 people came to discuss a major theme for the French and European companies and their socio-economic :

D. BrissaudSymposium Futuroprod Daniel Brissaud     Symposium Futuroprod Daniel BrissaudY. Frein
p. Briand    Symposium Futuroprod Pascale Briand     Symposium Futuroprod Pascale BriandJ-P Chevalier

"What research to industrial production in the future? '

The event was organized by the National Agency of Research and Reflection Workshop Prospective FUTURPROD whose coordinator is the G-SCOP laboratory networks for AIP-PRIMECA, SFGP GDR and Macs.

A Prospective Reflection Workshop aims to identify priority research themes using prospective methods that will feed into the major research programs of the NRA. In 2011, the G-SCOP laboratory was commissioned by the NRA to conduct a prospective reflection on the production systems of the future, to 2030, and a set of thematic priorities. Consists of 35 academic and industrial experts, the project took place throughout the year 2012 in the form of workshops held every two months. FUTURPROD experts make their report to the National Agency of Research this summer. A conference is planned for restitution year-end will detail the scientific results of the ARP FUTURPROD.

Scientific coordinators:

  •      Daniel Brissaud, Laboratoire G-SCOP
  •     Yannick brake, Laboratoire G-SCOP
Contact:

Valerie Rocchi, valerie.rocchi @ grenoble-inp.fr

The presentations can be downloaded from the project website: Link to

Context :

"The continued decline in the share of industry and related services in GDP and employment, particularly marked in France, led to a collective awareness of the importance of production systems in western societies. Developed countries, USA, UK and Germany, have already implemented initiatives to rebound against deindustrialization. The model of production systems is rethinking French for new economic, environmental and social challenges and future: significant increase of the population to satisfy, difficult access to energy resources and materials, labor demand and labor leaders.

This day is an opportunity to present and discuss issues around forecasting. What are the various solutions and guidelines planned or already applied now internationally?

What are the technological and scientific progress in the field of production systems? '

This event will present the first work scenarios and Workshop FUTURPROD forward thinking.

Program

9:30: Welcome

10:00 to 10:15: Introduction to the day

  •      C. Forest, Rector, Director General of the CNAM
  •     P. Briand, Director General of the ANR
10:15 to 11:15: Benchmark International

Manufacturing 2030. Strategies for next generation manufacturing,
  •     Prof. E. Weskaemper, Fraunhofer IPA, Stuttgart
Sustainable Manufacturing programs and activities in the U.S.

    Professor Sutherland, Purdue University

11:15 to 12:15: Round Table of industrialists moderated by Thierry Weil

1:45 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.: The Challenges of French research

 Views of science:
  • A. Hatchuel, Professor, Ecole Des Mines, Member of the Academy of Technologies
  • A. Bévort, Professor CNAM
  • Y. Dallery, Professor, Ecole Centrale de Paris
  • Y. Breastbone, Professor, Grenoble INP, Member of the Academy of Sciences
Brainstorming Workshop prospective ANR: FUTURPROD,
  • D. Brissaud, Professor, Grenoble INP
4:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.: Conclusion
  • JP Chevalier, Director of Engineering, Process, Safety, ANR


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Date of update March 14, 2013

Univ. Grenoble Alpes