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Projets Financés terminés

Gérés par la Direction de l'Innovation et de l'Expérimentation, les projets collaboratifs financés réunissent plusieurs partenaires, publics et privés, académiques et industriels, qui travaillent ensemble sur une ou plusieurs thématiques données. Chaque partenaire apporte sa contribution en fonction de son expertise. Ces projets permettent notamment l’accès plus rapide à des résultats exploitables en disposant de plus de compétences, de développer son réseau en partageant les risques et de bénéficier d’un soutien financier.


Comptabilité et stratégie carbone dans les PME

ADEME - Appel à Projet de Recherche "Stratégies Carbone des entreprises dans leurs écosystèmes : de l’évaluation à l’action, compréhension transdisciplinaire des pratiques et de leurs impacts". Ce projet de recherche a pour objectif de contribuer à une meilleure connaissance et compréhension des pratiques et des impacts de la comptabilité et de la stratégie carbone des PME en France. A travers ces nouvelles connaissances, ce projet vise à contribuer à une réduction de l’impact climatique des activités économiques.


01/12/2016-30/06/2019 - FUI – REUs
Le projet REUS vise la conception et le développement d’un un logiciel d’aide à la préparation et au suivi de réunions de type  suivi de projets. Il se basera uniquement sur les flux sonores des interactions entre les participants aux réunions et sur des ressources linguistiques. L’outil produira entre autres des documents utiles au travail à réaliser en amont et en aval de la réunion par les participants. L’outil s’attachera également à produire des documents post réunion en français et en anglais ainsi qu'un résumé des opinions des différents participants sur les différents sujets abordés.


Changing Energy Efficiency Technology Adoption in Household

01/12/2016-30/11/2019 - UE - H2020-EE-2016-RIA-IA - Visit here - H2020 CHEETAH
CHEETAH provides empirical evidence for the effectiveness of policies such as energy labels or subsidies for the adoption of energy-efficient technologies in households, relying on representative choice experiments in eight EU countries. Employing engineering-economic and macro-economic models, it also explores the effects of micro-level decision-making and of energy-efficiency policies on EU residential energy demand and on macro-economic variables until 2030.

Connected Health Early Stage Researcher Support System

01/09/2015-31/08/2019 - UE - H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015
H2020 CHESS will develop connected health scientists and champions who have a broad understanding of multiple domains, who can communicate in an interdisciplinary world and who can operate across the education, industry, health and policy sectors.

Pioneering change in sustainable energy

Multiannual - UE - EIT KIC INNO ENERGY

At InnoEnergy, sustainability is about more than lowering emissions. True sustainability also means an industry that’s commercially viable, endlessly innovative, and highly competitive. InnoEnergy makes this possible by supporting sustainable energy innovations which provide industry with risk free, pioneering new technologies that reduce energy costs, increase system performance, decrease greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, create jobs, and increase competitiveness.
GEM is involved in different faculty programs of InnoEnergy as:
A broad-based education in a variety of key engineering disciplines. A focus on the inter-disciplinary aspects of the sustainable energy sector. And an in-depth understanding of the role of innovation and entrepreneurship in the future energy industry. MSc ENTECH enables you to think in new ways about energy, and gives you a solid foundation from which to meet tomorrow’s energy challenges.
PhD School:
The InnoEnergy PhD School supports research with impact. The program enable doctoral candidates to complement their research with essential entrepreneurial, innovation, business and personal skills. It strengthens connections between individual researchers across Europe and support cross-cultural collaboration and teamwork – and the program helps to bring research labs and universities closer to industry.

Promoting entrepreneurship and innovating in healthy living and active ageing, with the aim to improve quality of life and healthcare across Europe

Multiannual - UE - EIT HEALTH
Demographic change is one of the main challenges European societies are facing today. The growth in the oldest segment of the population, and an increase in chronic diseases, is putting pressure on health and social care costs. EIT Health brings together leading healthcare companies across multiple industry sectors, public and private research centres, and top universities, to create a powerful network of partners with a clear mission : to accelerate entrepreneurship and innovation in healthy living and active ageing by providing Europe’s top talents with new opportunities and resources, for the benefit of all citizens.
GEM is involved in different projects of EIT Health :
Health IMPACT will enable attendees to strengthen their abilities and competencies to drive innovation in health and healthcare organisations.
Participants will be empowered to think different, create from scratch, develop with confidence and promote with conviction.
They will be entitled to transform an idea into a realistic project and make it live.
Health IMPACT aims to make health organizations more intrapreneurial and help employees become intrapreneurs.
Are medical students interested in hospital hygiene/infection control ?
Let’s use amusing modern technologies to transport them to a hygienic world.
With a scenario taking place in an operating room, we want them to understand the risks for patients and to teach them how to avoid them.


Research Study with Fraunhofer-IEE, Siemens AG and Schneider Electric Industries SAS

18/03/2019 – 18/06/2019
Erratum : “Contrarily to a statement made during our presentation, there is no recast of the current EU F-gas Regulation 517/2014 discussed or scheduled in July 2020. By July 2020, according to Article 21 of the current regulation, the European Commission shall publish a report on the existence of cost-effective and reliable alternatives to SF6 in MV switchgear. Based on this report, the Commission might suggest amendments to the current regulation. We apologize for this mistake during the presentation.”
Supported by power grid stakeholders investigating the Environmental and Socio-Economic Impact of SF6 in power distribution grids and investigating as an alternative to SF6 the impact of vacuum interrupter technology in combination of F-gas free gases. Socio economic impact assessment of F-gas free medium voltage GIS applications