Keynote Speakers

Neil Gershenfeld

Neil Gershenfeld

CBA/MIT

Michael Wessely

Michael Wessely

INRIA

Guillaume Dumas

Guillaume Dumas

INSTITUT PASTEUR

Albane Imbert

Albane Imbert

INSTITUT PASTEUR

Anna Glaser

Anna Glaser

ESCP

Caroline Appert

Caroline Appert

CNRS

Evelyne Lhoste

Evelyne Lhoste

INRA-CNRS

Denis Terwagne

Denis Terwagne

trioS.lab|ULB

Victor Benichoux

Victor Benichoux

INSTITUT PASTEUR

David Zakoth

David Zakoth

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES MAINZ

Cyprien Guérin

Cyprien Guérin

INRA

Pierre Nicolas

Pierre Nicolas

INRA

Imane Baïz

Imane Baïz

CRI - DITO

Ramy Boujawdeh

Ramy Boujawdeh

BERYTECH

Guy Aidelberg

Guy Aidelberg

CRI

Peter Troxler

Peter Troxler

HOGESCHOOL

Nawel Khenak

Nawel Khenak

LIMSI-CNRS

Tonino Rizzo

Tonino Rizzo

CRI

Thomas Landrain

Thomas Landrain

JOGL

Moderators

Constance Garnier

Constance Garnier

TPT

Romain Di Vozzo

Romain Di Vozzo

UPSACLAY

Aline Becq

Aline Becq

ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE

Tania Di Gioia

Tania Di Gioia

UPSACLAY

Program

DAY 1 | Friday 13 July


UNIVERSITE PARIS-SACLAY CAMPUS


8:30am --> 8:55am: 
Coffee and Croissants

9:00aM --> 10:00am: 
Neil Gershenfeld (CBA/MIT)
Introduction Talk on Fablabs & Research (Talk + Questions)

10:00am --> 10:25am : 
Caroline Appert (CNRS)
Low-cost Tangible Interaction with TouchTokens (Talk + Questions)

10:25am --> 10:50am : 
Cyprien Guérin & Pierre Nicolas (INRA)
Building Peristaltic Pumps for Research in Biology (Talk + Questions)


10:50am --> 11:20am :  
Neil Gershenfeld (CBA/MIT)
COFFEE BREAK

11:20am --> 11:50am : 
Peter Troxler (Hogeschool Rotterdam)
Fab Research (Talk + Questions)

12:00am --> 12:30am : 
1 min Speeches to present yourself and your research
Participants tell their names, what they do, where they are from.

12:30am --> 14:00pm : 
LUNCH ON SITE (Digiteo Labs)

14:00 --> 14:15:
Constance Garnier (Telecom Paris Tech - Conseil scientifique de RFF) 
An international perspective of the interactions between the FabLabs & 
the private sector.

14:15 --> 14:30:
Albane Imbert(Institut Pasteur)
How to set a FabLab in a research institute & co-prototype with researchers 

14:30 --> 14:45:
Victor Benichoux(Institut Pasteur)
Development of an open-source behind-the-ear hearing aid 

14:45 --> 15:00:
Guillaume Dumas(Institut Pasteur)
Human-Machine Interaction for Autism: from Lab to Hospital and Home

15:00 --> 15:15:
Denis Terwagne (ULB) 
Resilience in scientific research, combining digital fabrication and frugal science

15:15 --> 15:30:
Nawel Khenak (LIMSI-CNRS) 
Virtualité Augmentée

15:30 --> 16:00:
COFFEE BREAK

16:00 --> 16:15:
Constance Garnier (Telecom Paris Tech - Conseil scientifique de RFF) 
FabLab as innovation intermediaries - 
An international perspective of the interactions between the FabLabs & 
the private sector.

16:15 --> 16:30:
David Zakoth (University of Applied Sciences Mainz) 
Open Photonics Makerspace: A qualitative study about expectations 
of makers and companies when thinking about collaboration

16:30 --> 16:45:
Ramy Boujawdeh (BERYTECH)
Why does Berytech have a FabLab?

16:45 --> 17:00: 
Michael Wessely (INRIA) 

17:00 --> 17:20: 
Imane Baïz(CRI/DITO) and Tonino Rizzo (CRI/DITO)
Open science in France and in Europe

17:20 --> 17:40: 
Thomas Landrain 
Just One Giant Lab (Talk + Questions)

18:00/18:15 --> 19:00/19:15: 
Bus Trip to reach the FAB CITY SUMMIT Party at the Glazart

 

 

Fablabs & Science Research: Antidisciplinarity for Societal Change

The Fablab Network continues to grow from multiple collaborations between inspired Research-Scientists, Creative Individuals from the Civil Society, Futuristic Industries and Agile Humanitarians who keep crossing the boundaries of a wide range of disciplines to bring empowerment tools to the publics trough Digital Fabrication processes, where ever they are, without distinction of race, gender or age. Those Societal Game-Changers constantly intertwine creativity, technology, innovation and education to experiment with new ways of inventing Reality. Université Paris-Saclay’s FAB14 Distributed Science Research HotSpot invites you to dive into 1 day of interactive programs, community building, and anti disciplinarity methods.

Université Paris-Saclay is proud to announce that FAB14 Distributed Science Research (UPSaclay) is joining efforts with the Fab City Summit to give you the best possible experience of FAB14+.

FAB14 Distributed Fablabs & Science Research will happen on Friday July 13 on the Université Paris-Saclay Campus.

Participants of FAB14 Distributed Fablabs & Science Research will join the Fab City Summit on Thursday July 12, at La Villette.

 

FABLAB DIGISCOPE | Université Paris Saclay

Research Fully Accessible to Every Publics

General Information

+ HOTELS & ACCOMODATIONS

* Hôtel Campanile Paris Saclay
* Hotel Novotel Paris Saclay
* Hotel Best Western Plus Paris Val de Bièvre

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1 – From Paris center to Université Paris Saclay:

1-1 – You take RER B (some kind of train). You go down the train at Le Guichet Station. 

1-2 – At Le Guichet Station, you take BUS 9 and you go down the bus at the MOULON Station.


2 – From Orly Airport to Université Paris Saclay:

2-1 -You take OrlyVal (Automatic Metro). You go down the train to Antony Station.

2-2 -In Antony you take the RER B. You go down the train at Le Guichet Station.

2-3 -At Le Guichet Station, you take BUS 9 and you go down the bus at the MOULON Station.


3 – From Charles De Gaulle Airport to Université Paris Saclay:

3-1 -You take RER B (some kind of train). You go down the train at Le Guichet Station. 

3-2 – At Le Guichet Station, you take BUS 9 and you go down the bus at the MOULON Station.


4 – From Université Paris Saclay to Toulouse (Matabiau): We can manage the transport by train if you need it.