On February 2, 2012, as part of the Opticsvalley event organized on the theme "Faces of Innovation", the fourth edition of the Fibre of Innovation Awards will take place. At the Prefecture of Paris Ile de France, 5 rue Leblanc Paris 15ème, from 2 to 6 pm.
The two winners of this award (one "Research" winner and one "Industry" winner) are chosen by a secret ballot vote of the public present, based on the relevance of the innovation and the quality of its presentation.
Each of the innovations is the subject of a presentation in "3 minutes chrono". The ten nominated innovations come from Opticsvalley members: five in the "Research" category and five in the "Industry" category.
The nominees for the Fibre of Innovation Award:
Category " Research "
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Michael Atlan - ESPCI for the "HoloVibas" project: Thanks to optical holography, the blood flow of the eye becomes visible and reveals retinal pathologies. »
Camille Delezoide - Institut d'Alembert for the "Mirabel Biosenson" project: The results of the Mirabel biosensor augur as many high-performance medical diagnoses as the exploration of a terra incognita of the mechanisms of life.
Arthur Eberhardt - My Robotics (ECE) for the "Jiminy" project: Small connected mobile robot providing contextual information to users. Its behaviors are scalable and it can be remotely controlled.
Mikael Renault - University of Troyes for the "CoBiSS" project: New generation of miniature, high-resolution Fourier transform optical spectrometers using nano-structured optics ".
Thomas Berthelot - CEA Saclay for the project "Local Probe Biological Microscope" - Atomic Resolution Microscope: from personalized medical diagnosis to environmental analysis, the development of rapid ultrasensitive imaging.
Category "Industry" :
François Barre - Alcatel Lucent for the "UNIQ" project: UNIQ allows technical data to be retrieved from a mobile phone in order to provide statistical tables on the quality of the network used by the subscriber.
Pierre Bitoun - Isonic Medical for the "Vibration Tonometry" project: iSonic Medical's Vibration Tonometry provides accurate, non-contact measurement of eye pressure for screening, diagnosis and monitoring of glaucoma.
Jordan Moser - Amplitude Technologies for the "SAPHIR" project: SAPHIR wants to create a platform to treat tumors by proton therapy in collaboration with LOA, CEA, Imagine Optic, IGR, CPO and OSEO.
Serge Cuesta - Activnetworks for the "Boostedge" project: Boostedge allows users of smartphones and other i-pads to surf the Internet 3 times faster, watch a video easily and reduce their bundle.
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Antoine Dubois - Atawao for the "Atawao-P" project: Atawao-P is a communication box that can connect any type of sensor, thus facilitating the deployment of remote monitoring networks on heterogeneous equipment.
The trophies for the Fibre for Innovation Prize will be presented to the two winners by Jean-Paul Planchou, Vice-President of the Ile de-France Regional Council, and Jérôme Guedj, President of the Essonne General Council, during a cocktail party that will close the event.
Mandatory registration (limited number of places) : www.opticsvalley.org
Opticsvalley, the optical, electronic and software network in Ile-de-France,
- Federates the optical, electronic and software technology community in Ile-de-France: companies (small, medium and large), higher education institutions, research laboratories, and public and private entities that support innovation and economic development.
- Accompanies innovation players, particularly SMEs, in their development: strategy, means of financing, human resources, knowledge of markets and employment. Opticsvalley facilitates partnerships between the different actors of the network
- Increases the visibility of expanding markets and their players and facilitates the emergence of cooperation in these markets