France-Atlanta

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Since 2010, the OST has been organizing scientific workshops during the annual France-Atlanta conferences. This event is co-organized by the Consulate General of France in Atlanta and the Georgia Institute of Technology and is centered on innovation and designed to foster French-American cooperation and synergetic exchange in the southeastern U.S.


  • Wastewater for Smart Cities: Transforming Sludge into Bioenergy

    Atlanta and Toulouse have had strong ties since then mayors, Maynard Jackson of Atlanta, and Pierre Baudis of Toulouse united the two cities in 1974, when the Atlanta Toulouse Sister Cities Committee was formed. Georgia Tech continues this spirit of admiration and collaboration through dynamic (…)

  • Georgia Tech and ISAE-SUPAERO: A Strategic Partnership

    A long tradition of cooperation and student exchanges led Georgia Tech and ISAE-SUPAERO to sign a French-American partnership agreement in the field of aerospace engineering. Research cooperation, the exchange of faculty and researchers, along with joint seminars and symposiums related to (…)

  • Georgia Tech and Airbus: A Long-Standing History

    Atlanta and Toulouse have had strong ties since then mayors, Maynard Jackson of Atlanta, and Pierre Baudis of Toulouse united the two cities in 1974, when the Atlanta Toulouse Sister Cities Committee was formed. Georgia Tech continues this spirit of admiration and collaboration through dynamic (…)

  • CANCELLED: NSF-CNRS Dialogue: Global Challenges of the 21st Century

    DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

    Climate change, cybersecurity, public health policy, and clean energy – the United States’ National Science Foundation (NSF), and France’s National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) are actively engaged in addressing these societal challenges and more. Which issues will drive their research agendas? How are they adapting to today’s global opportunities and challenges? What role will they play in broadening science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education to inspire a new generation to provide innovative approaches to tomorrow’s challenges?

  • France-Atlanta Cybersecurity Symposium: Transatlantic Innovation & Strategies

    As part of the France-Atlanta 2016 series of events, Cybersecurity: Transatlantic Innovation and Strategies is a two-day symposium that will enable leading scientists in this field to identify current challenges and to share the results of their research. French and American cybersecurity experts will have the opportunity to come together and discuss the development of new scientific partnerships between the United States and France.

  • France-Atlanta Workshop: Mathematical Modeling in Cardiovascular Healthcare - Challenges and Perspectives

    As part of the France-Atlanta 2016 series of events, Mathematical Modeling in Cardiovascular Healthcare - Challenges and Perspectives and back is a two-day symposium that will enable leading scientists in this field to identify current challenges and to share the results of their research. This event aims at leveraging one another’s’ strengths to foster and reinforce transatlantic collaborations on cardiovascular mathematics.

  • Franco-American seminar “Powering the World with Photovoltaïcs” at Georgia Tech

    As part of France-Atlanta 2015, the seminar “Powering the World with Photovoltaïcs, status and opportunities” took place at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), on Nov. 3 in Atlanta. This seminar, jointly organized by Georgia Tech, CEA-Liten (a leading French Institution in this field) and the scientific service of the Consulate General of France in Atlanta, focused on recent advances in research and policy regarding photovoltaics on both sides of the Atlantic.

  • France-Atlanta 2015 - Powering the World with Photovoltaics: Status and Opportunities

    This workshop organized by Georgia Tech (GT) and CEA-Liten (France) will focus on solar energy generation, with a particular emphasis on photovoltaic (PV) materials and devices. An overview of the PV technology landscape in Europe and in the United States will be presented and an outlook on future opportunities and challenges generated by recent progress in research and development will be provided.