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EXCEPTIONAL Ivy Plus European Leaders FORUM
VISIONARIES OF THE FUTURE :
BIOMIMICRY AT THE CUTTING EDGE OF INNOVATION
Thursday March 30, 2017 – 7:30 pm
Ivy Plus European Leaders
renews with its Cutting Edge Forums
with an Exceptional Event on
in Technology, Architecture, Science, Energy, Transportation, Biology, Health, Medecine, Robotics, AI,
with sought-after TED conference Speakers.
In partnership with the Berkeley Club of France, HEC International, IPEL is delighted to convey you to this forward thinking forum on biomimicry. This event will enchant, stimulate and inspire, across disciplines.
Top Researcher, Entrepreneur and Author affiliated to Stanford and Polytechnique
World Famous Visionary Architect
Jacques Rougerie ,
Head of renowned Oceanographic Institute Paul Ricard Patricia Ricard,
and VP of successful start-up Chronocam
will present extraordinary bio-inspired realizations. They will discuss how visionaries, corporations, startups, SMI, foundations, institutions and leading schools emulate nature’s time-tested designs and stategies to solve today’s and tomorrow’s challenging problems.
The Talks will be followed by a Cocktail Dinatoire with Champagne in the beautiful salons of Swiss Life Banque Privée overlooking the Place Vendôme
Idriss Aberkane is a much talked about International Consultant, Researcher, Speaker and Professor in Biomimicry, Neuroscience, Technology, the Knowledge Economy and the Blue Economy. He is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique, ULM, EHESS, Université de Strasbourg and Centre d’Etudes Diplomatiques et Stratégiques de Paris. He has doctoral degrees in neuroscience, in comparative literature, and in diplomacy and politics. He is an affiliate Scholar at Stanford University Kozmetsky Global Collaboratory. Dr. Aberkane has founded and leads several companies (Scanderia, SASU Aberkane, Eirin International), authored a book Libérez votre Cerveau and many articles. He is also an editorial writer at the magazine Le Point.
Jacques Rougerie is a visionary architect, who draws his inspiration from the sea. He has built underwater habitats, labs, marine research centers and other sub-quatic vessels (Galathée, Hippocampe, Seaspace, Sea Orbiter), He designed the City of Meriens, a floating city, in the form of a manta ray. He is the architect of the Sea Pavillon in Kobe, Japan, Nausicaa National Sea Center in Boulogne sur Mer, Oceanopolis in Brest, the future Museum of Underwater Archeology of Alexandria, the Eco-Museum in Moorea, and many other centers around the world. In addition to his architectural realizations, Jacques Rougerie created The Jacques Rougerie Foundation, which encourages scientific and tech innovation and the Jacques Rougerie competition. He studied at Ecole des Beaux Arts, Institut Océanographique de Paris, Université d’Urbanisme de Vincennes and l’Ecole des Arts et Métiers.
Patricia Ricard is the President of the Oceanographic Institute Paul Ricard. The Institute founded by her grand-father is considered « a true model ocean ». Its work offers solutions founded on nature to meet global challenges. Patricia Ricard has been working for more than 20 years in the preservation of the environment. She had developped films and documentaries on science and nature, created festivals and TV programs dedicated to the green economy. She has been on the Board of leading organizations and institutions, such as the European Institute of Ecology, WWF France, is a consultant for the Ministry of Ecology, the Conseil Economique Social et Environmental, UNESCO, and a key member of the Ocean and Climate Platform.
Geoffrey Burns is the Vice-President of Chronocam, a paradigm shifting start-up that develops bio-inspired vision sensors which replicate the human eye. Before joining Chronocam, Geoffrey Burns was Principal Engineer at Intel, VP at Silicon Hive. He has a doctoral degree and a Masters from MIT and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
Founder & President Ivy Plus European Leaders
Join Us and Be Inspired !
Venue : Swiss Life Banque Privée, 7 Place Vendôme, Paris 1er
Date & Time : Thursday, March 30, 2017 – 7:30 pm to 11:00 pm
Participation Price :
Ivy Plus European Leaders, Berkeley, HEC,
IMD: 35 euros (before March 26)
Non-Members & Guests : 45 euros (before March 26)
Students : 15 euros
Ivy Plus European Leaders
in partnership with Stanford Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance,Stanford Professionals in Energy,
Berkeley Club of France, HEC Pole Globalisation and France-Amériques
is delighted to invite you to a
Cutting Edge Forum on Climate Change and COP21
Sought after Stanford University faculty, OECD, US and French Climate, Energy, Economy & Policy Experts
Change the World to Save the World
Wednesday December 9, 2015 – 7:30 pm
- Dan Reicher, Executive Director Stanford Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance, Stanford Faculty SGSB & Stanford Law School, former Director Climate Change at Google and Assistant Secretary for Energy under three US presidents, Graduate Darmouth, Stanford, Dr Reicher also studied at MIT & Harvard
- Noah Diffenbaugh, Stanford Faculty School of Earth Sciences and Senior Fellow at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, Graduate UC Santa Cruz and Stanford
- Jan Corfee- Morlot, Head of the Climate, Environment and Development Unit at the OECD, member of the Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. MIT & Berkeley graduate
- Geoffrey Rothwell, Principal Economist Nuclear Energy Agency OECD, former Stanford faculty Dept of Economics, Graduate Berkeley & California Institute of Technology
- Jean-Marc Jancovici, Main developer of the “Bilan Carbon” assessment tool for the ADME and the French Inter-ministerial Greenhouse Gas Mission, founder The Shift Project, author of many publications and professor at Mines-ParisTech, Polytechnique (X) & ENTC graduate
Expert Inputs from
Stanford University Professor Charles Kolster
internationally known environmental economist with a focus on industrial organization and public economics, Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Senior Fellow Precourt Institute for Energy, former Co-Director, University of California Center for Energy & Environmental Economics, UC Berkeley and UC Santa Barbara
Ø Speakers will discuss why we need to act NOW on global warming, the risks if we continue on the current path and if temperatures continue to rise, the consequences on water, earth, populations, security, migrations, and the future of developing and developed countries.
> They will exchange views on solutions to move away from current trajectories and re-define global models; speak of policies and laws, energy, economy, sustainable development, inclusive growth; delve into geo-political implications;
> They give examples of how innovative research centers, Stanford, Berkeley and international tech labs, are working to tackle climate change and will share their expectations for the historical international conference COP21
On the impact of global warming in Tibet
aka the roof of the world
Minister of Information and International Affairs of Tibet
On innovation and sustainable development
Groundbreaking marine Biotechnologist
> Inputs from CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research) Senior Research Scientist, ENS-Sorbonne-NYU graduate Yorick Gitton
Founding President Ivy Plus European Leaders
The event includes a Q & A session
and a Cocktail Reception with Champagne
Maria Adle, President Ivy Plus European
Rebecca Buechel, Executive Officer Ivy Plus European Leaders
Nicolas Tollet, President, Lindsay King, Executive Officer, Berkeley Club of France
Pierre-Yves Carpentier, Co-President HEC Pole Globalisation & President International Development
Date: Wednesday, December 9, 2015 – 7:30 pm
Venue: France-Amériques, 9 avenue Franklin-Roosevelt, Paris 75008
Contact : email@example.com--
Ivy Plus European Leaders is a think tank of alumni from leading US and European Universities. Its goal is to create a wide synergy of intelligences and energies across borders to address paradigm changes and international challenges shaping society and the world. It aims to foster cutting edge thinking on global issues and put the limelight on impactors of the future.
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