industry of the futur
SLICES is a unique initiative in the digital sciences. It aims to provide a large-scale scientific instrument to support research activities addressing issues around the design and management of digital infrastructures. SLICES entered the ESFRI roadmap at the end of 2021, successfully moving from the design phase to the preparation phase.
Dedicated to new technologies in Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Computing and Cognitive Science (NBIC), the Arago platform offers industrialists tools, a variety of services and a network of partners to facilitate know-how transfer and innovation.
From 22 to 24 June, IMT Atlantique is organising "MIM 2022" in Nantes, the high point of the Industry of the Future calendar, which will bring together more than 700 experts and researchers from all over the world.
Having a PhD in mechanical and industrial engineering, Caroline Cao will bring all her expertise and experience to her role as head of the research collaboration ('Chaire') between IMT Atlantique and the University of South Australia (UniSA) around the theme of Industries of the Future.
The Franco-Australian Chair for the Industry of the Future brings together IMT Atlantique and the University of South Australia (UniSA) to develop academic and industrial cooperation around the themes of the Industry of the Future.
The EASTEM project "Euro-Asia collaboration for enhancing STEM Education 2019-2021", part of of which is carried by the Computer Science department at IMT Atlantique, supports the modernization of higher education systems to better prepare for the industrial jobs of the future.
Financed to the tune of €6M by the European Horizon 2020 programme, the ASSISTANT consortium intends to develop breakthrough solutions for the manufacturing industry, using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to optimise production systems.