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Funded Projects in progress

Managed by the Innovation and Experimentation Department, collaborative projects bring together several partners -public and private, academic and industrial ones- who work together on different topics. Each partner contributes according to its expertise. These projects accelerate access to workable outcomes by pooling skills, developing network, sharing risks and receiving financial support

INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS

Pioneering change in sustainable energy

Multiannual - UE - EIT KIC INNO ENERGY
At InnoEnergy, sustainability is about more than lowering emissions. True sustainability also means an industry that’s commercially viable, endlessly innovative, and highly competitive. InnoEnergy makes this possible by supporting sustainable energy innovations which provide industry with risk free, pioneering new technologies that reduce energy costs, increase system performance, decrease greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, create jobs, and increase competitiveness.
GEM is involved in different faculty programs of InnoEnergy.
EMINE summer school:
The MSc EMINE programme teaches tomorrow’s nuclear engineers how to address the key technical, social and environmental challenges faced by the industry today and in the future. Going beyond the scope of a traditional nuclear education, the programme helps tomorrow’s engineers understand nuclear power in the context of a diverse energy mix. 
 

Promoting entrepreneurship and innovating in healthy living and active ageing, with the aim to improve quality of life and healthcare across Europe

Multiannual - UE - EIT HEALTH
Demographic change is one of the main challenges European societies are facing today. The growth in the oldest segment of the population, and an increase in chronic diseases, is putting pressure on health and social care costs. EIT Health brings together leading healthcare companies across multiple industry sectors, public and private research centres, and top universities, to create a powerful network of partners with a clear mission: to accelerate entrepreneurship and innovation in healthy living and active ageing by providing Europe’s top talents with new opportunities and resources, for the benefit of all citizens.
 
GEM is involved in different projects of EIT Health :
 
REALWORLD4CLINIC : 2020-2023
RealWorld4Clinic will accelerate market launch of a coin-sized medical device anchored to the fundus of the stomach. There it acquires real-life cardio-respiratory health data for exploitation in drug development and telecardiology. The clinical trial market will be the stepping stone towards outpatient cardiological care – our priority market. We enrich the device by remote monitoring & data exploitation, training & education, and outcome prediction & performance measurement tools. Co-creation at the hearts of clinical contract research & clinical cardiology ensures patient comfort, workflow compatibility and policy compliance. The ambition is to make a significant impact on the real-world effectiveness of treatments by pursuing the convergence of clinical research & clinical care. We will improve the predictive power of clinical trials by 50% and halve the rate of emergency hospitalisations in heart failure patients – leveraging savings in the amount of billions of €.
 

5G AgiLe and fLexible integration of SaTellite And cellulaR

01/02/2018 - 31/01/2021 - UE - H2020-EUK-2018 - Visit here - H2020 5G-ALL STAR
 
 

Catching–Up along the Global Value Chain

01/05/2018-30/04/2022 - UE - H2020-MSCA-RISE-2017 - H2020 CATCHAIN: models, determinants and policy implications in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
CatChain is a project built on a multidisciplinary and multi-sectoral exchange program focused on unravelling the process of Catching-up from different sectoral perspectives both at country and firm level. It analyses the role of business models in entering, learning and upgrading the Global Value Chain, aiming at recognising the determinants and challenges faced by Small and Medium Enterprises in being part of a globalised economy. The outcome of the project will be the definition of policy tools and frameworks to support effective policy-making actions in the implementation of Research and Innovation Smart Specialisation Strategy, with respect to the new agenda of Europe 2020, with a focus on low-income EU countries.
 

Social Innovation in Energy Transitions

01/06/2019 - 31/05/2022 - UE-H2020-LC-SC3-2018-NZE-CC - H2020 SONNET
Social Innovation in Energy Transitions: co-creating a rich understanding of the diversity, processes, contributions, success and future potentials of social innovation in the energy sector.
 

Entrepreneurial Management for Fostering Innovation and Talents

01/01/2020 – 31/12/2023 – UE - H2020-MSCA-RISE-2019 - EM4FIT
EM4FIT aims to better understand entrepreneurial management practices both from an individual (intra-organisational) as well as comparative market perspective (inter-organisational). Research will be carried out with an emphasis on the impact of institutions and context on the EU. With the exchange among 16 partners from four continents and between the academic and non-academic sector, EM4FIT brings together knowledge from advanced as well as emerging markets to further understand how entrepreneurs and managers create successful businesses and foster growth. The generated knowledge will be disseminated around the world to enhance the impact of the European entrepreneurial spirit.
 

ME WE THEM   

01/01/2019-01/09/2022 - FRAL-2018         
ANR ME WE THEM: a context-sensitive model of social and vicarious consumer animosity.

Smart Tools for Railway work safEty and performAnce iMprovement

01/12/2020 – 31/05/2023
S2RJU-2020 - S2R-OC-IP3-03-2020 Advanced tools and equipment: collaborative robots & wearable mobile machines
STREAM is a collaborative project involving 8 partners from 5 EU Countries with the common goal to develop 2 innovative technologies to improve rail inspection and maintenance operations. The goal is to improve working methods by modernizing and introducing robotic systems, but at the same time improve safety of workers, thus creating benefits in workers’ health and quality of life at work.
Researchers and engineers will develop sensors, actuators for hydraulic systems and control software, which will allow on-track machines to conduct multi-purpose autonomous operations, and modular active exoskeletons to reduce the risk of injury by assisting workers in heavy activities.
 
 

Linking Urban and Inner-Alpine Green Infrastructure - Multifunctional Ecosystem Services for more liveable territories

01/10/2019 – 30/06/2022
It gathers 14 partners across 6 alpine countries, working together on future-oriented solutions to enhance ecosystem services and green infrastructure networks.
Orchards, forests, rivers, green paths… There is a great variety of spaces connecting mountain ecosystems and urban centres. Each of these natural or semi-natural spaces, also referred as green infrastructures, brings environmental, economical and societal benefits: supply of food, water, materials, recreation areas, tourism, pollination, climate regulation… It is precisely this wide range of benefits, called ecosystem services, that LUIGI explores and intends to strengthen in Alpine, rural and urban areas.

NATIONAL PROJECTS 

NanoElec

Multi-annuel - PIA/ANR
l’IRT Nanoelec conduit, dans le secteur des technologies de l’information et de la communication, un programme de développement et de diffusion technologique au bénéfice direct des entreprises, en particulier les PME / ETI, de tous les secteurs.
 

Organisation collaborative et Innovation : le cas des fabs LAB    

01/10/2017-30/09/2021 - ANR - Stimuler le renouveau industriel 
ANR ORCILAB : l'objectif du projet est de comprendre les liens existants entre les formes d'organisation collective existantes dans les Fab Labs et les innovations produites.
 

Smart Energy Systems Campus : vers la transition zéro carbone

23/09/2020 – 22/09/2026
Ce projet vise à anticiper les nouveaux besoins de compétences et les nouveaux modes d’apprentissage pour les métiers des transitions multi-énergies et numériques.
Construit autour d’un secteur d’activités correspondant à un enjeu de société au niveau national et régional, le Campus participe ainsi au développement économique des territoires et à la compétitivité des nouvelles filières industrielles. Ces liens privilégiés avec les structures de formation (publiques/privées) facilitent l’accueil des apprenants au sein de l’entreprise (formations initiale et continue).
Fort d’un réseau de plus d’une trentaine de partenaires sur le territoire grenoblois et du Pays Voironnais (établissements d’enseignement secondaire et supérieur, structures de recherche, entreprises, collectivités, pôles de compétitivité) le campus a la volonté d’être la porte d’entrée du continuum de formations initiales et continues allant du CAP au doctorat, dans les domaines d’excellence de la transition énergétique.
 
 
 
Updated on 01 October 2021 at 11h22 am