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
Changing Energy Efficiency Technology Adoption in Household
Connected Health Early Stage Researcher Support System
Pioneering change in sustainable energy
The InnoEnergy PhD School supports research with impact. The program enable doctoral candidates to complement their research with essential entrepreneurial, innovation, business and personal skills. It strengthens connections between individual researchers across Europe and support cross-cultural collaboration and teamwork – and the program helps to bring research labs and universities closer to industry.
Promoting entrepreneurship and innovating in healthy living and active ageing, with the aim to improve quality of life and healthcare across Europe
WE Health, aims at enhancing the participation of women in health innovation and entrepreneurship, by providing capacity building specifically tailored to their needs and by inspiring and supporting them to advance in their professional careers. WE Health also aims at raising awareness on the positive economic and social impact of gender diversity in health innovation, and at generating new ideas towards a more balanced innovation/business community.
INFINITy will enable people with Mild Cognitive Impairments (MCI) to preserve their functional abilities by empowering and extending their autonomy in indoor and outdoor surroundings. INFINITy will integrate a set of mature technologies, which will be developed into a commercial product adapted to the silver market, to facilitate the identification of daily living activities and to provide support safeguarding their independence and quality of life (QoL) while performing their routines.
ESRC Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) / Strathclyde Business School
So who is building sustainable development? Transforming exploitative labour along southern corridors of migration.
Pioneering change in sustainable 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.
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.
5G AgiLe and fLexible integration of SaTellite And cellulaR
Social Innovation in Energy Transitions
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.
Linking Urban and Inner-Alpine Green Infrastructure - Multifunctional Ecosystem Services for more liveable territories
INTERREG Alpine Space – LUIGI
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.
Research Study with Fraunhofer-IEE, Siemens AG and Schneider Electric Industries SAS
Webinar June 23, 2020 "Empirical study investigating the environmental and socio-economic impact of SF6 and its alternatives in MV switchgear" organised by Marie-Charlotte Guetlein and Carine Sebi, from GEM - Presentation of main results
Erratum : “Contrarily to a statement made during our presentation, there is no recast of the current EU F-gas Regulation 517/2014 discussed or scheduled in July 2020. By July 2020, according to Article 21 of the current regulation, the European Commission shall publish a report on the existence of cost-effective and reliable alternatives to SF6 in MV switchgear. Based on this report, the Commission might suggest amendments to the current regulation. We apologize for this mistake during the presentation.”
Press release 2019 - Visit here
Supported by power grid stakeholders investigating the Environmental and Socio-Economic Impact of SF6 in power distribution grids and investigating as an alternative to SF6 the impact of vacuum interrupter technology in combination of F-gas free gases. Socio economic impact assessment of F-gas free medium voltage GIS applications.
Comptabilité et stratégie carbone dans les PME
Energy community ecosystems
ECE a pour objectif de développer la coopération internationale en matière d'enseignement et de recherche dans les domaines de l'énergie et du développement durable.
DATA ASPERGER : Agir pour l’insertion des personnes autistes
Certificat Data Asperger : formation sur les big data et accompagnement à l’insertion en entreprise pour les profils atypiques : Asperger
Grenoble Ecole de Management, en partenariat avec des psychiatres, des neuropsychologues et des psychologues, propose une formation pour accueillir et former des Aspergers afin de révéler tout leur potentiel et favoriser leur insertion professionnelle pérenne.
Organisation collaborative et Innovation : le cas des fabs LAB
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.
CONTRAT DE RECHERCHE
Biomérieux : 2016-2020
Les phases amont dans le développement de produits innovants, sont pleines d’incertitudes par manque d’informations techniques et marché, ce qui rend la prise de décision assez difficile. Afin d’améliorer le succès de ces phases amont, GEM collabore avec BioMérieux pour ainsi diminuer ces incertitudes, identifier des solutions possibles et faciliter la prise de décision.