MOMI2023: Program

MOMI 2023 will take place the 3 and 4 April, 2023 at INRIA Université Coté d’Azur, in Sophia-Antipolis.

Registrations is free but mandatory – deadline: 8 March 2023 20 March 2023! See our registration form.

Monday, 3 April 2023

8h30 – 9h : Registration

9h – 9h15: opening remarks

Morning Session: Energies supplies of tomorrow

9h15 – 10h       :  Robin Girard (PERSEE, Mines Paris) – Optimisation and data mining problems for low carbon energy system planing

10h – 10h30     :  Paul Aubin (EolRobotic / Inria) – A startup on optimal bidding strategy for the electricity market

10h30 – 11h     :  Coffee break

11h – 11h45     :  Philippe Blanc (Centre OIE, MINES Paris PSL) – Challenges of applying forecasting algorithms in the solar energy sector, using earth observations

11h45 – 12h15 : Rémi Durieux (ADEME) – by visio

12h15 – 14h – lunch

Afternoon Session: sustainability and innovation are still compatible?

14h – 15h          : Nadia Maizi (CMA, Mines Paris + participant to the GIEC report)

15h – 15h45      : Dr Jacques Sainte Marie (Ange team, Inria Paris)- ICT and ecological transition (by visio)

15h45 – 16h15  : Coffee break

16h15 – 17h      : Gauthier Roussilhe ( Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)) – Understanding how positive and negative impacts of digitalization are assessed

17h – 17h30      : Hervé Mathieu (DENERGIUM / Inria Bordeaux) – Dr Hervé Mathieu – Energy-To-Solution: a paradigm shift

17h30h – 18h : Benjamin Ninassi – ICT : From direct impacts towards eco-design – by visio

18h WINE and CHEESE + Poster session

Tuesday, 4 avril 2023

Morning Session: Smart cities

9h-9h40       :  Dr Hervé Rivano (INSA Lyon)

9h40-10h20     :  Dr Pierre Alliez (Titane team – Inria Université Côte d’Azur) – Geometry Processing for Digital Twins

10h20-10h40     :  Coffee break

10h40-11h20     :  Dr Antoine Rousseau (Lemon team – Inria Université Côte d’Azur – Montpellier) – Non greedy urban flood simulations

11h20-12h00 :  Dr Paola Goatin (Acumes team – Inria Université Côte d’Azur) – Multi-scale models for mixed human-driven and autonomous vehicles

12h – 13h30 – lunch + Poster Session

Afternoon Session: Weather and Marine Resource modelling

13h30 – 14h10 : Dr Marc Pontaud (Météo France) – The Numerical Weather Prediction : from a silent revolution to a possible rupture? – by visio
14h10 – 14h50         : IFR MARRES – Dr Eric Rottinger

14h50 – 15h : Mini Coffee break

Afternoon Session: Modeling and optimizing ecosystems

15h00 – 15h40      : Dr Ludovic Mailleret (IM2P2 team, INRAE Sophia-Antipolis) – Pulsed perturbations in population dynamics

15h40 – 16h20 : Dr Francesca Cazagli (Biocore team, Inria Université Côte d’Azur)

16h20 – 16h50 : Dr Hubert Bonnefond (DareWin, Inria startup studio) – From the idea to the startup across 2 examples

16h50 – 17h : mini coffee break

Afternoon Session: How can we assess our impact as a researcher

17h – 17h30      : Dr Sylvain Chevillard (Factas team, Inria Université Côte d’Azur)

17h30 – 17h45 : Closing remarks

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