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π Geopolitics π Economics π Energy

Oil to lithium, the energy transition is shuffling the cards for global politics

Episode 1 / 7

The switch to electric cars increases our dependence on China

María Eugenia Sanin, Lecturer in economics at Université Paris Saclay and coordinator of the Sectoral Policies group at t..., Olivier Perrin, Partner in the energy, resources and industry sector at Deloitte

Episode 2 / 7

How decisions around energy shape geopolitical power

Anna Creti, Professor at Université Paris-Dauphine-PSL, Director of Climate Economics Chair and Associate Direct...

Episode 3 / 7

Gas: intermediate energy source or energy of the future?

Olivier Massol, Professor at the Centre for Energy Economics and Management at IFP School

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Oil in murky waters: pressure on prices and uncertain demand

Patrice Geoffron, Professor at the University of Paris-Dauphine and Director of Center of Energy and Climate Change Ec...

Episode 5 / 7

Predicted scarcity of metals and rare elements are causing geopolitical tensions

Emmanuel Hache, Economic analyst at IFP Énergies nouvelles

Episode 6 / 7

“Carbon diplomacy is an issue of power and sovereignty”

Marc-Antoine Eyl-Mazzega, Director of the Energy & Climate Centre at the French Institute of International Relations (Ifri...

Episode 7 / 7

Energy transition: a gold-mine for countries of the “Lithium Triangle”?

María Eugenia Sanin, Lecturer in economics at Université Paris Saclay and coordinator of the Sectoral Policies group at t...

π Health and biotech π Science and technology π Videos

How digital technology will personalise healthcare

Etienne Minvielle, CNRS Research Director and Professor of Health Management at Ecole Polytechnique (IP Paris) , Alexis Hernot, Co-founder and CEO of Calmedica

On November 7th, 2023
3 min reading time

Digital technology is expected to improve the quality of patient care through remote monitoring.

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Can the energy transition succeed?

Olivier Sala, Vice-Chairman of ENGIE Group, in charge of research and innovation, Jordi Badosa, Technical director of the interdisciplinary Energy4Climate centre in the Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory (LMD) at Ecole Polytechnique (IP Paris)

On October 18th, 2023
3 min reading time

The urgency of climate change requires simultaneous developments on a range of technical solutions, which we will have to combine to decarbonise emissions.

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Resistance: how to encourage uptake of new innovations 

Cécile Chamaret, Professor in Marketing and Consumer Behaviour at Ecole Polytechnique (IP Paris), Étienne Bressoud, Head of Marketing Science at Institut BVA

On April 12th, 2023
5 min reading time

What are the reasons why people adopt or reject an innovation? Can we encourage people to follow a specific behaviour ?

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Car-sharing: a critical step in reducing transport emissions 

Christophe Midler, Emeritus Professor of Innovation Management at École Polytechnique (CNRS/IP Paris), Thomas Matagne, CEO and Founder of Ecov

On March 1st, 2023
4 min reading time

This video series explores, in 2 episodes, the automotive industry, which is at the heart of the energy transition.

π Digital π Science and technology π Videos

“If the metaverse were a real revolution, it would already have happened!” 

Raphaël Granier de Cassagnac, CNRS researcher in particle physics, holder of the "Science and Video Games" chair at École Polytechnique (IP Paris), and writer, Clément Merville, Computer scientist and President of Manzalab

On February 7th, 2023
4 min reading time

This video series explores, in 2 episodes, the stakes of the metaverse from an educational, entertaining and socio-cultural point of view.

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5G and industry: is France falling behind?

Pierre-Jean Benghozi, CNRS Research Director at I³-CRG* and Professor of Digital Economics at École Polytechnique (IP Paris) and the University of Geneva, David Glijer, Director of Digital Transformation at ArcelorMittal

On October 18th, 2022
4 min reading time

[VIDEO] First and foremost, 5G meets the digitisation needs of "Industry 4.0", most of its applications are industrial.