Provisional programme

Numerous talks and initiatives at the Digital Technology Meetings will address subjects with cross-cutting implications.
 
  • The Initiation in Digital Culture programme
Presentation of the programme that will be introduced into the school syllabus at the start of the 2016 academic year: implications, means, objectives and results expected for the generations that will be trained in these practices.
 
  • Round table: "Gender and Digital Technology"
What is the influence of gender in the practising of digital technology professions? How is it represented on the networks? What are the advances today that will allow true democratisation of practices independently of gender?
 
  • Round table: "Identity and anonymity": privacy in the digital environment"
What are the options and the means of guaranteeing peer authentication or privacy in today's digital environment? What are the societal, economic and security implications? From the "Block Chain" to the on-line anonymity networks like "Tor", why, how and when to choose authentication and data anonymization technologies.
 
  • Round table: "Value creation from digital research"
Organisations and actors of value creation from research will be present to explain the mechanisms and principles of transforming digital research into revolutionary innovations!
 
  • Presentation of the international co-funding opportunities of the Work Programme 2017
ANR works to open up French research to the international stage. The research teams are invited to submit international projects under ANR's Work Programme 2017. The funding opportunities in the field of digital technology will be presented during this session. Researchers who are partners in international projects will share their experience. The lines of research in digital technology of a few foreign countries will be presented to complete the session.
 
  • Presentation: "ANR serving the French participation in the Horizon 2020 programme"
ANR is involved in the construction of the European Research Area (ERA) by encouraging French researchers to prepare project proposals in response to the European Commission's calls for proposals (MRSEI and T-ERC instruments), and by assisting researchers interested by the "FET" (Future and Emerging Technology) calls. These actions will be presented during this session. A panorama of the opportunities offered by the Horizon 2020 programme for funding digital technology projects will be proposed to complete the session.