Open Innovation / Smart City

Open Innovation Club : Participants to the workshop on the Makers’ movement

COMPANIES:

Francois Oudot Worldline by Atos, Innovation Manager

Denis Giorno TOTAL New Energies USA, President & CEO

Gordon Feller Co-founder of Meeting of the Minds Cisco, Director of Urban Innovation

Gregory Veran-Caillavet Orange Silicon Valley – Strategy & Development Group

Jean-François Rubon Gemalto, Director, Innovation & Strategy

Jonathan Reichental City of Palo Alto, CIO

Ludovic Copéré Sony Corporation of America, Manager, Growth Ventures & Innovation

Marie Perrine Durot PRIME, Director Tech Partnerships

Patrick ConsortiPRIME Open Innovation

Remi Brouard SANOFI, VP External Innovation

Serge MATYNIA Renault Innovation Silicon Valley, Project Manager

Serge Passolunghi Renault Innovation Silicon Valley, Director

Valerie Issarny  Inria@SiliconValley, Director

Xavier WartelleFrench Tech Hub, CEO

 

MAKERS, ENTREPRENEURS & UNIVERSITIES

Alic Chen CITRIS UC Berkeley. R&D Manager. The Foundry

Ariane Zambiras A sociologist in Silicon Valley

Guido Burger Fab-Lab.EU

John B. Rogers, Jr. Local Motors, Founder & CEO.

Meredith Scheff-King Designer, wearables researcher, hardware hacker

Paulo Blikstein Stanford, Ass. Prof at Stanford School of Education and founder of the FabLab@School project.

Ryo Chijiiwa Maker, BoostrapSolar

Taylor Furtado Student UC Santa Cruz, Bioengineering. Undergraduate Researcher: Autonomous Systems Lab

Zak Allal Singularity University

 

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