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  • Qualité de vie : rôle attractif dans l’économie, c’est un des atouts pour attirer des executives foreigners
  • RA = 10 % de la France, c’est la seconde région économique de France Isère = 20% de RA Grenoble area = la région urbaine correspond à la région où les gens travaillent, conurbanation ou commuters
  • Chercher une comparaison avec le Brésil 1/3 de la pop de Sao Paulo ? Pop de Sao Paulo = 11 037 593, donc RA = ½ de Sao Paulo !!!
  • RA est une région dynamique. 2 ème région en France Exports> imports  produit plus que ne consomme Si on compare au fait que RA c’est 10% de la pop en France, le fait que l’export est de 11,5% montre que c’est une région dynamique, produit plus….
  • Parler des heures de voitures pour gagner les villes = Genève à 1h30 Marseille à 3h - Turin 2h - Lyon 1h
  • Si on rapporte à 1,2 M d’habitants, avec 500 000 jobs, on est à environ 40% de taux d’activité Avec une industrie encore bien présente Et des services (aux entreprises et à la personne) très développés, comme dans toute métropole européenne Couleur graphique : - bleu = industrie et service aux entreprises - jaune, orange ; services à la personnes et services publiques
  • Source des infos car d’où vient le chiffre de 13,8 ???
  • Décrire les ordres de grandeurs et marquer le point sur TIC !! Supprimer « training, research et techno « dans le titre Investissements en recherche : centaine million euros Formation, enseignement sup : centaine million euros Bio : dizaine millions euros Energy : centaine millions euros Un chiffre remarquable : celui des TIC : on est dans le milliards. Ce chiffres est comparable aux grands investissements publics , comme celui du tunnel sous la manche !!! Nano 2012 = 500 M€ public, dont 350 Etat et 150 CT Locales Rappeler que ces investissements seront accrus en recherche et training avec le Great Loan du gouvernement (35 milliards)
  • Introduire ce qui suit
  • Tryptique possible car il y a ebaucoup d’étudiants, et beaucoup de chercheurs. Grenoble est un très gros pôle de recheche en France !! Etudiants = 15% de la pop (1 personne sur 6 !!)
  • Mettre en avant le fait que non seulement on parle de gros centres de recherche (CEA c’est 3000 personnes, Inria 500, ….) et pas de petits labos Et même au niveau industriel !! Mettre en perspective les chiffres avec le total des emplois Et recherche diversifiée dans les 3 secteurs, mais surtout TIC et BIO
  • Recherche appliquée !!! Et soutien aux PME avec Oseo
  • Classement Shanghai !! Prix nobel IT pour prix Turing
  • To conclude for this part, a brief summary of the assets
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  • Agence d’Etudes et de Promotion de l’Isère grenoble - isere - france Général Presentation Décember, 2009
  • Summary
    • Grenoble-Isere: Location, Infrastructure, Economic environment
    • Assets
    • Three major high-tech sectors
    • Quality of life
    • In brief
    • Complementary information
  • General presentation
  • LOCATION Grenoble-Isere and Europe
    • European Union (27 countries)
      • 497,600,000 people
    • France
      • 63,392,000 people
    • Rhone-Alpes
      • 6,112,000 people
    • Isere
      • 1,195,000 people
    • Grenoble area
      • 730,000 people
    Grenoble Isère Rhône-Alpes Genève Lyon
  • Grenoble-Isere is part of Rhone-Alpes region Rhônes-Alpes
    • 43,700 km²
      • as many as Switzerland , Belgium or
      • Netherland
    • 6,068,000 people
      • as many as in Denmark or in Ireland
      • (1/2 population of Sao Paulo)
    Size of Rhone-Alpes region Population of Rhone-Alpes region
  • Rhone-Alpes is the second economic region in France With 11.5 % of total national export and 8.5 % of total national import
    • Exports €46.6bn
    • Imports €40.5bn
  • Grenoble-Isere Airports, Highways and TGV Marseille 280 Km Barcelona 600 Km Nice 300 Km Milan 370 Km Turin 200 Km Paris 550 Km A dense network of infrastructures
  • EMPLOYMENT Distribution of jobs 7,500 Agriculture 5,350 Energy and water 95,200 Industry Estimate AEPI /Assedic/ INSEE 01/01/2008 480,150 jobs 34,200 Construction 92,600 Business services 108,000 Public services 137,300 Retailing, private-sector services
  • INVESTMENTS Industrial investments (source SESSI) Industrial investments in K€ / Isere Industrial investments in K€ per job
  • Economic environment Economic environment
    • Major new investments underway or planned: €4bn
    • European research facilities
      • ESRF upgrade programme: €180m for 2009-15
      • ILL upgrade programme (2007-18): €171m
    • Grenoble, university of innovation
    • Refurbishing of buildings, construction of new infrastructures and further investment in teaching, research and housing between now and 2015. Definition of scientific and teaching excellence themes (€400m endowment from national government, €152m allocated by local government).
    • ICT
      • Crolles3/Nano 2012 STMicroelectronics/IBM/CEA partnership 2009-12: €3.3bn
      • Nanosmart Centre Soitec/CEA 2006-11: €200m
    • Biotech
      • Nanobio 2005-11: €42m
      • Clinatec 2010-11: €20m
    • New energy technology
      • Solar Nano Crystal/PV Alliance 2009-14: €190m
  •  
    • Grenoble-Isere: Location
    • Assets
      • Combining research, higher education and industry
        • Diversified Industry
        • Research
        • Higher education
      • An international dimension
      • A quality workforce
    • Three major high-tech sectors
    • Quality of life
    • In brief
    • Complementary information
  • Industry & Business services 187,800 jobs Higher Education 60,000 students Research 21,000 jobs Economic environment The synergy between Research, Higher Education and Industry fosters innovation, the driving force of the local economy
  • Main industries and business services, including Assedic/AEPI - 2008 187,800 jobs Industry
    • Public research: 14,500 jobs
    • 4 International research centres: ESRF, ILL, EMBL, IRAM
    • 9 National research centres: CEA-Grenoble, CNRS, Inserm, Inria, ...
    • Universities: UJF, UPMF, Stendhal, Grenoble-INP, GEM, …
    • Private research: 6,500 jobs
    • Schneider Electric: 1,400
    • ST/Ericsson: 1,000
    • STMicroelectronics/IBM: 900
    • HP: 400
    • Lafarge: 350
    • CRV RioTinto/Alcan: 300
    • Orange Lab: 300
    • Bull: 230
    • Sun Microsystems: 200
    • AirLiquide: 150
    • BD: 150
    • bioMérieux: 120
    Research
  • Valorisation and innovation Source INPI June 2009 Patents filed 2006 2007 2008 Organization Inventor Organization Inventor Organization Inventor Isère 331 647 299 713 344 697 Rhône-Alpes 1 520 1 873 1 404 1 880 1 430 1973 Oseo 2007 2008 Rhône-Alpes Isère Rhône-Alpes Isère Number of files financed by OSEO 472 90 445 79 Total funding €56m €14,8m €61m €19m Source Oseo June 2009 Research
  • Higher education
    • 42 % of students specialized in scientific fields
    • High level of qualification
    • 14 doctoral schools
    • 3,500 Phd students
    • 9,000 foreign students
    • Ranked among the 4 best universities in France in Shanghai's ranking
    • Best university in technology and science in terms of publications /#researchers
    • First in computer science in terms of European projects
    • First Turing award in France (Joseph Sifakis, 2007) ‏
    Campus label May 2008 60,000 students
    • 717 patents invented here/1,880 in Rhone Alpes
    • Top location for engineers in France
    • Number two in France for top executives as a percentage of total jobs
    • Number two in France for strategic, highly qualified jobs.
    • 60,000 students – 42% in scientific fields
    • 21,000 jobs in Research & Development
    Innovation thriving in this environment Strategic jobs / total jobs in urban area (Insee/AEPI) Engineers / total jobs in urban area. (Insee/AEPI)
    • + 200 start ups created during the past 10 years
    • 79 start ups financed by OSEO in 2008, representing an input of + 19 million €
    • Success stories
    • € 13,7 million raised Dec 2008
    • Acquisition of US Californian company and new US Texas based production facility in 2008
    • Movea (motion sensors), a spin off from LETI, acquires US company Gyration in 2008
    • And others…..
    And innovation thriving in this environment
    • Grenoble-Isere: Location
    • Assets
      • Combining research, higher education and industry
        • Research
        • Higher education
        • Diversified Industry
      • An international dimension
      • A quality workforce
    • Three major high-tech sectors
    • Quality of life
    • In brief
    • Complementary information
  • INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION 469 foreign-owned companies 42,500 jobs USA 129 Germany 76 UK 45 Italy 40 Switzerland 23 Sweden 18 Netherlands 17 Japan 17 Belgium 12 Spain 9 Danemark 9 Finland 8 Australia 6 China 6 Austria 6 Canada 6 India 3 Portugal 2 Ireland 2 Israel 2 Brazil 1 Luxembourg 1 Taiwan 1 Mexico 1 Norway 1 Russia 1 Dubai 1 Poland 1
  • Major corporations
    • Schneider Electric France Electrical equipment 5,870
    • STMicroelectronics Fr / It Microelectronics 5,200
    • Caterpillar * USA Earth moving eqpt 2,980
    • HP USA Computing 2,150
    • EDF France Energy 2,000
    • BD USA Medical devices 1,630
    • Calor * France House hold eqpt 1,110
    • Tecumseh Europe * USA Mechanical eng. 1,050
    • ST/Ericsson USA/Fr/Sw Microelectronics 1,000
    • Soitec * France Microelectronics 920
    • Siemens Germany Mechanical eng. 810
    • Thales France Electronics 760
    • A.Raymond France Clipping devices 720
    • Capgemini France Computing 710
    • Perstorp Sweden Chemicals 600
    • Prezioso UK /France Chemicals 535
    • * Figures 01/01/2008
    > 500 jobs
  • International schooling
    • International schooling : one international secondary school and several primary schools for children speaking English, German, Spanish and Italian, Arab and Portuguese…
    • The American School of Grenoble at the International high school provides an education based on the American model to American expatriate community.
    • The Cité Internationale is located in the middle of the new business district
    • 1,500 pupils altogether
    • Grenoble-Isere: Location
    • Assets
      • Combining research, higher education and industry
        • Research
        • Higher education
        • Diversified Industry
      • An international dimension
      • A quality workforce
    • Three major high-tech sectors
    • Quality of life
    • In brief
    • Complementary information
  • In an attractive site that enables companies to recruit skilled personnel from all over France and abroad .
    • Young
    • Qualified
    • Urban
    • Educative
    • Inventive
    26% young people aged less than 20 19.3% executives and senior management in the Grenoble area 75% from an urban background 46.8% have completed secondary education 31.1% have a higher education degree (25 to 39 years) 697 inventor’s patents filed in 2008
    • Grenoble-Isere: Location
    • Assets
      • Combining research, higher education and industry
      • An international dimension
      • A quality workforce
    • Three major high-tech sectors
      • Information & Communication Technologies
      • Biotechnologies
      • New Energy Technologies
    • Quality of life
    • In brief
    • Complementary information
  • Three major high-tech sectors
  • Three major high-tech sectors ICT New Energy Technologies Based on fundamental science and international research facilities BIO
    • > 38,500 jobs including
      • 5,000 jobs in research
    • 3,400 diplomas / year
    World class competitive cluster: MINALOGIC  intelligent miniaturized solutions Key programs: MINATEC, Caltech/leti VLSI alliance, IBM-STMicroelectronics alliance, …
    • Microelectronics
    • Microsystems
    • EDA
    • Electronics
    • Equipment manufacturers
    • Clean rooms manufacturers
    • IT Services
  • World class competitive cluster: Lyonbiopole  the global fight against infectious diseases Key programs: Nanobio, Clinatec, Biopolis, …
    • Bioinformatics
    • Genomics and Proteomics
    • Virology and Structural biology
    • Medical imaging
    • Micro and nanosystems (lab-on-chips…)
    • Surgery assisted by computer
    • Health engineering
    • Application sectors:
    • Diagnostics
    • Neuroscience
    • Cancer
    • Virology
    • Environment
    • > 9,400 jobs including
      • 2,000 jobs in research
    • 5,000 students
    Biotechnologies
    • > 10,700 jobs including
      • 700 jobs in research
    • 1,200 students
    World class competitive cluster: Tenerrdis  develop the entire new energy technology chain Key programs: INES, PV Alliance, …
    • Photovoltaïc
    • Hydrogen and fuel cells
    • Micro energy sources for mobile devices
    • Smart grids
  • V A S C O N I GIANT: Coupled to a huge urban development project
  • Biology & biotechnologies New Technologies for Energy Micro-nanotechnologies Large instruments Upstream Research Technology Management GReEN GIANT project : 6 excellence centers at the best level
  • Annual Budget: 1,000M€ (Investments : 150 M€) 10,000 researchers 10,000 students 10,000 inhabitants 7,000 industrial jobs 5,000 scientific publications / year 500 new patents / year Rank 4 th for patents in France GIANT Key figures
  • “ Greentech” energy production: solar hydrogen hydraulic Energy efficiency: Construction of low consumption buildings Renovation Low-carbon mobility: Electric buses and automatic shuttles GIANT’s vision, an ambitious urban transformation A carbon-neutral site
  • Building a campus of excellence comparable to ambitious initiatives in Boston, Singapore, Los Angeles, Taiwan… Attracting the best researchers and engineers from all over the world Investing in the future with GIANT Learn, Explore, Create, Live
    • Grenoble-Isere: Location
    • Assets
    • Major developments in technological fields
    • Quality of life
    • In brief
    • Complementary information
  • Snow Mountains & countryside
  • Varied, up-to-date cultural life
  • Video: Grenoble-Isere, the smart move
  • Le Mont Aiguille
    • Grenoble-Isere: Location
    • Assets
    • Major developments in technological fields
    • Quality of life
    • In brief
    • Complementary information
  • In brief
    • International research facilities and multidisciplinary research teams
    • Strong synergy between university, research, companies
    • 3 major technology sectors: ICT, NTE, BIO
    • Strong involvement of the local authorities in the new projects
    • Internationally recognized developments in micro-nanotechnologies and software: Minatec, Minalogic, Piilsi, NanoBio, Nano2012, Solar Nano Crystal/PV Alliance…
    • Attractive area with almost 470 foreign owned companies
    • A beautiful natural environment.
    • Grenoble-Isere: Location
    • Assets
    • Major developments in technological fields
    • Quality of life
    • Research in France: organisation and funding
    • In brief
    • Complementary information
  • Complementary information
    • AEPi
    • Research in France
    • New and competitive financial incentive
    • GIANT program
    • TIC
    • Biotechnologies
    • New EnergyTechnologies
    • History
  • AEPI , the Grenoble-Isère economic development agency, is funded by the Isère Departmental Council to fulfil various missions of public interest.
    • Economic studies and data
    • Development of key technologies
    • Promotion of the Grenoble-Isère economy
    • Prospecting French and foreign companies
    • Reception and location of business in Grenoble-Isère.
  • AEPI
    • Prospecting and locating
    • Prospecting French and foreign companies, locating business
    • in Grenoble-Isère and providing reception services.
    • Objective
    • To detect the largest possible number of location projects by
    • companies in France or abroad and convince them to locate to
    • Grenoble-Isère.
  • Headquarters & offices Partners Los Angeles Milan Allemagne Grenoble Royaume uni Shanghai Prospecting French and international companies
    • Prospecting operations in partnership with other French departments, joint actions with Invest in France, Rhône-Alpes Enterprise and competitiveness clusters
    • 39 prospecting operations (2007)
    • With input from our offices in Japan, the US, China, India
    • and consultants in Germany and Italy
    • Key technologies
    • Development of key technologies
    • Objective
    • Capitalize on all innovative, emerging technologies that can
    • boost economic development in Grenoble-Isère
    • Economic studies and data
    • Documentary data, economic data and development strategy
    • Objective
    • Maintain a top-quality information system on the job market and demographics of Grenoble-Isère. Production of memorandums and studies.
    • Resource centre for AEPI and its partners.
    • Communication
    • Promotion of the economy at large and any technology contributing to
    • the economic development of Grenoble-Isère
    • Objective
    • Enhance the image of the Grenoble-Isère economy in the eyes of
    • project decision-makers (investments, networks, partners).
  • Complementary information
    • AEPI
    • Research in France
    • New and competitive financial incentive
    • GIANT program
    • TIC
    • Biotechnologies
    • New EnergyTechnologies
    • History
  • Research in France & Europe: organisation Europe France Region: Rhone-Alpes
    • European commission
    • Framework programs
    • European research centres: ESRF, EMBL, …
    • Research & Higher Education French Ministry
    • Define the research politics (TIC, Energy & Health)
    • National research centres: CNRS, CEA, Inria, Inserm, Inra, Ird, Cemagref, ….
    • DRRT
    • Define a regional research politics
    • Actors: universities, competitive clusters, industry
  • Research in France & Europe: funding Europe France Region: Rhone-Alpes
    • European commission
    • On projects with the framework programs
    • Research & Higher Education French Ministry
    • Contrats quadriennaux
    • On projects: ANR, AII, FUI, Oseo ...
    • Incentive: CIR for industry, Institut Carnot label
    • National Foundations of Research
    • DRRT, Competitive clusters, local authorities, …
    • On projects
    • Private research (companies investing in research)
  • Research in France & Europe: examples in Grenoble-Isere
    • CEA-Leti
    • Annual budget = 174 M€
      • 30% from public fundings
      • 70% from contract research with companies, European Union, …
    • Employees: 1000 persons + 500 PhD, people coming from industry, …
    • 750 publications in 2008
    • 258 new patents in 2008
    • 100 partnerships with Industry
    • Minalogic world class competitive cluster
    • Since 2005, 1.3 b€ budget from which 398.7M€ of public funding for 121 projects
    • 155 members from which 112 companies (81% SMEs)
  • The European touch: collaborative work on innovation In France, competitive Clusters
    • Within a well defined geographical area, a cluster gathers
    • - industries,
    • - research centers and
    • - education institutions
    •  working in partnerships (at least 2 industrials and 1 research lab) to create synergies around innovative projects based on complementary technologies
    71 clusters in France
  • Complementary information
    • AEPI
    • Research in France
    • New and competitive financial incentive
    • GIANT program
    • TIC
    • Biotechnologies
    • New EnergyTechnologies
    • History
  • New and competitive financial incentives
  • France, a new climate for business, a tax heaven for R&D
    • The best research tax credit in Europe (CIR) when partnering with public R&D center
    • a corporate tax incentive based on R&D expenditure incurred by any company located in France, regardless of sector or size:
      • 100% yearly R&D expenses the first year, up to €100 million (and 5% for expenses above this level),
      • 80% the second year
      • 60% subsequent years
    • Example :
      • US company – R&D project with public research center of $10M
      • Net Credit for US company of $7.5 M or 75% of project value
    • € 15 billion have been declared by private companies in 2008
  • Higher R&D expenses, thanks to tax credit
  • A policy dedicated to foster collaborative innovation
  • The European touch: collaborative work on innovation In France, competitive Clusters
    • Within a well defined geographical area, a cluster gathers
    • - industries,
    • - research centers and
    • - education institutions
    •  working in partnerships (at least 2 industrials and 1 research lab) to create synergies around innovative projects based on complementary technologies
    71 clusters in France
  • Complementary information
    • AEPI
    • Research in France
    • New and competitive financial incentive
    • GIANT program
    • TIC
    • Biotechnologies
    • New EnergyTechnologies
    • History
  • Complementary information
    • AEPI
    • Research in France
    • New and competitive financial incentive
    • GIANT program
    • TIC
    • Biotechnologies
    • New EnergyTechnologies
    • History
    • > 38,500 jobs including
      • 5,000 jobs in research
    • 3,400 diplomas / year
    World class competitive cluster: MINALOGIC  intelligent miniaturized solutions Key programs: MINATEC, Caltech/leti VLSI alliance, IBM-STMicroelectronics alliance, …
    • Microelectronics
    • Microsystems
    • EDA
    • Electronics
    • Equipment manufacturers
    • Clean rooms manufacturers
    • IT Services
    Information and communications technology
  • The companies
    • Microsystems
    • Thales Electron Devices 400
    • Trixell 350
    • Sofradir 300
    • Microelectronics
    • STMicroelectronics 5,200
    • ST Ericsson 1,000
    • Soitec 800
    • E2v Semiconductors 500
    • Computing and software
    • HP-France 2,150
    • Bull 480
    • Capgemini 710
    • Atos Origin 670
    Equipment manufacturers: Applied Materials, ASM Lithography, Brooks Automation, BOC Edwards, KLA Tencor
    • Electronics
    • Schneider Electric 5,870
    • Radiall 650
    Information and communications technology
  • TIC : research
    • Public research
    • Minatec, 1st European innovation center dedicated to micro-nanotechnology
    • CEA-Léti
    • University laboratories
    • CNRS
    • Inria
    • Private research
    • STMicroelectronics Crolles R&D Center
    • STMicroelectronics/IBM partnership
    • Nanosmart Center (Soitec/CEA-Léti)
    • Schneider-Electric Electropole & Technopole
    • Orange Labs
    • Sun Microsystems
    • Yahoo! R&D center Europe
    • Xerox Research Centre Europe
    Information and communications technology
  • R&D partnership STMicroelectronics/IBM Nano 2012
    • Since July 2007, cooperation agreement signed between STMicroelectronics and IBM for the development of 32 nm and 22 nm Cmos technologies and of advanced technologies for the 300 mm wafers manufacturing.
    • Leti/CEA + ST+ IBM: collaboration on advanced R&D projects.
    • Nano 2012 = €3bn investment planned.
    Information and communications technology
  • Minalogic Infinitely small, infinitely useful …
    • Minalogic is the competitivity centre based in Grenoble-Isère specializing in micro-nanotechnology and system-on-chips.
    • Minalogic coordinates and organizes a major innovation and competency cluster specializing in the creation, development and production of smart, miniaturized products and solutions for industry.
    Information and communications technology
  • Minatec: 1 st European innovation center dedicated to micro-nanotechnology
    • New building of 44,000 m 2 including 2,000 m 2
    • clean rooms.
    • 4,000 jobs (1,000 industrial jobs)
    • 193 €M invested of which 50% financed by local
    • authorities.
    • Training
    • 10,000 m 2 building
    • 1,200 students
    • 120 professors / researchers & 500 interns
    • Research
    • 19,000 m 2 platform
    • 2,400 researchers & 40 laboratories
    • Technology transfer
    • 10,000 m 2 building
    • 600 jobs
    • MMNT
    • 5,000 m 2 building with offices and meeting rooms
    Information and communications technology
  • Computing and software: major key-programs
    • Cluster EmSoC (system-on-chips), a part of Minalogic , world-class competitive cluster certified in 2005 by the French government. Focus on five technologies:
      • modelling/validation,
      • implementation tools and methods,
      • software infrastructure for embedded systems,
      • basic technology bricks,
      • multiprocessor platforms.
    • PIILSI - International Software & Smart Systems Innovation Centre
    • Campus dedicated to tomorrow’s embedded systems (critical, real-time software, information systems and human-machine interaction), started at the initiative of UJF, in partnership with Grenoble-Isère laboratories and firms, pooling basic and applied research, international university training programmes and technology-transfer services. Will open in 2012.
      • 1,900 researchers
      • 4,000 students
      • Investment: €150m
    Information and communications technology
  • Spin-offs from research laboratories, universities and Grenoble-Isere companies
    • 7Dworks Gesture-assistance system (Grenoble INP)
    • 4DViews 3D video cameras (Inria)
    • Acerde Advanced ceramics deposition (Grenoble INP)
    • A2 Photonic Sensors Integrated optical sensors for fluid mechanics (Grenoble INP)
    • ActiCM 3D measurement systems (CEA-Leti)
    • Ad Valor User-centric studies, innovation management (UPMF)
    • Akazi (W4 in 2004) Administrative process management (Bull, Sema Group, MC2)
    • Alira Educational software
    • Allegro Digital video technology (UJF)
    • ALPAO Mirrors and adaptive optical systems (LAOG/UJF)
    • Aplusix Maths tuition software (LIG)
    • Altatech Technology equipment and process solutions for advanced film deposition
    • Arturia Sound-synthesis software (Grenoble INP)
    • Asterop B usiness intelligence software (Inria)
    • Asygn Electronic design acceleration systems (LMEA/CEA-Leti)
    • AuviTran Audio-video and transcoding (Digigram)
    • Azimut Monitoring Processing of sound nuisance data (Grenoble INP)
    • Beamind HDI IC test (CEA-Leti)
    • Blue Eye Video Video security systems (UJF-Grenoble INP-Inria)
    • Cabrilog Software for geometry (UJF)
    • Certess EDA software for design blocks and IPs
    • Ciprian Laboratory instrumentation (CNRS)
    Information and communications technology
  • TIC START UP
    • Commac Multimedia machines (LAMII Annecy)
    • Cotranet Intra-extranet solutions (Capgemini)
    • Crocus Technology MRAM memories (CEA-Spintec)
    • Crowdspirit Marketing of innovative consumer electronics (Grenoble INP)
    • DeFacTo Technologies Design for test ( Grenoble INP )
    • Design Processing Technologies Software solutions for industry (INP Grenoble/CNRS)
    • Design&Reuse Internet database of virtual electronic components (Grenoble INP)
    • Dmailer Electronic information management (UJF)
    • Docea Power IC energy management software (Grenoble INP)
    • EdXact Electronic design: extraction, analysis and control tools (Cadence)
    • Eloquant Advanced voice communication solutions for service providers (HP)
    • Eve Engineering for electrical and electronical equipments (Grenoble INP)
    • Geomobile Internet-based solutions for positioning with cellphones (Inria)
    • H3C-Energies Consultant in energy conservation
    • Hertech Omnidirectional antennas (Grenoble INP)
    • Hilabs Communications engineering (touch screens) (Inria)
    • Icatis Grid computing (CNRS/UJF/Inria/Grenoble INP)
    • Ifotec Fibre optic (Radiall)
    • Incam Solutions Silicon wafer packaging in miniature clean rooms (CEA-Leti)
    • Infiniscale CAD software publisher for micro and nanotechnology (Grenoble INP)
    • Intexys High speed X-connect systems (CNRS/CEA-Leti)
    • IRocTechnologies I ntegrated robustness on chip (Imag-TimA)
    Information and communications technology
  • TIC START UP
    • Kelkoo (Yahoo in 2004) Shopping search engine (Bull/Inria)
    • Keesda Electronic systems design automation
    • Memscap Design software for complex circuits and virtual components (Grenoble INP-TIMA)
    • MicroOLED M icrodisplays (CEA-Leti)
    • Milpix Visual search engine for picture databases (Inria)
    • Movea Embedded motion measuring systems (CEA-Leti)
    • Mootwin Specialized mobile phone services (LIG)
    • Musicalis (Emme in 2005) R eal-time music classes on internet
    • Nanolase/JDS Uniphase Microlaser (CEA-Leti) (Teem Photonics in 2005)
    • Nanosprint Virtual science for nanotechnology
    • Oasic Solutions for optimizing IC logic cells (Grenoble INP)
    • Omega Centauri Management software on internet
    • Opsitech (Memscap in 2003) Integrated optics on optical MEMS
    • Opensugar Solutions for providing applications on connected devices (Orange Labs)
    • Orego 3D interactive communications solutions (LIG/Inria)
    • Otrix Software editor (Inria)
    • Polyspace / The Mathworks Test and validation of embedded aeronautics software (Inria)
    • Predictys Targeting software for web information campaigns (HP/CCI/GEM)
    • Probayes Bayesian programming techniques (UJF-Inria)
    • Kalray Next-generation ICs based on massively paralllel embedded calculators (CEA-List and CEA-Leti)
    • Raise Partner Financial risk management (Inria)
    • RC Lux UV-radiation water sterilizer (CNRS)
    Information and communications technology
  • TIC START UP
    • Scalagent Software (Inria, Grenoble INP-UJF-Bull)
    • Scanlight Imaging MEMS optical micro-scanner (G2ELab (UFJ/INPG/ENSIEG) and Institut Néel (UFJ)
    • Siliflow Droplet production systems (UJF)
    • Soisic/ARM CMOS/SOI technology (CEA-Leti)
    • Soitec Silicon-on-Insulator technology (CEA-Leti)
    • Stantec UWB radio communication system (IMEP)
    • Stratelia Silver Peas (OEVO) Internet portal
    • Technosens Homecare telemedicine equipments (Inria/CNRS)
    • TecKnowMetrix Strategic awareness services
    • Teem Photonics Optical components for telecommunications (Grenoble INP ,
    • Radiall and Schneider)
    • Temento Systems EDA software (CEA)
    • Tiempo Asynchronous electronics (TimA/Synopsys/Grenoble INP)
    • Tracit Technologies BSOI innovative substrates (CEA-Leti) (Soitec in 2006)
    • Tronics Microsystems MEMS components (Leti-CEA)
    • Ulis Silicon uncooled infrared components (Leti-Sofradir)
    • Valiosys System-on chip design and test software (INPF-TIMA)
    • Visioglobe Real-time 3D viewing software (Inria)
    • Vitamib Secure collaborative platforms
    • Volubill GPRS & UMTS mobile phones invoicing systems (Cegetel)
    • Xenocs Optical multi-layer systems (ILL)
    • Widip Management on Internet for SMEs
    Information and communications technology
  • Complementary information
    • AEPI
    • Research in France
    • New and competitive financial incentive
    • GIANT program
    • TIC
    • Biotechnologies
    • New EnergyTechnologies
    • History
  • World class competitive cluster: Lyonbiopole  the global fight against infectious diseases Key programs: Nanobio, Clinatec, Biopolis, …
    • Bioinformatics
    • Genomics and Proteomics
    • Virology and Structural biology
    • Medical imaging
    • Micro and nanosystems (lab-on-chips…)
    • Surgery assisted by computer
    • Health engineering
    • Application sectors:
    • Diagnostics
    • Neuroscience
    • Cancer
    • Virology
    • Environment
    • > 9,400 jobs including
      • 2,000 jobs in research
    • 5,000 students
    Biotechnologies
  • A diversified industrial fabric International groups
    • Adisseo
    • BD
    • bioMérieux
    • Boiron
    • Fresenius
    • Patheon
    • Rexam Pharma
    • Roche Diagnostics
    • Finorga
    • Saint-Gobain/Gessil
    • Sigma Aldrich
    • SkyePharma
    • Thales Electron Devices
    • Tyco Healthcare
    • Trixell …
    • Innovative SMEs
    • Biologic
    • Biomatech
    • Bioprofile/Tornier
    • Cogenics/Clinical Data
    • Minitubes
    • Praxim
    • PX’Therapeutics
    • Sidas
    • Sober
    • Stemcell
    • Technidata
    • Tornier
    • Phusis…
    Biotechnologies
    • Framework projects
    • NanoBio
    • Project launched by CEA and UJF, in 2002,
    • to develop nanotechnologies for life science
    • PSB - Partnership for Structural Biology
    • Partnership between ESRF / ILL / EMBL / IBS and UJF to give a stronger development
    • to structural biology.
    • RTRS NeuroDis, R&D network on
    • neurologic disability.
    • Clara
    • Network of excellence Rhône-Alpes / Auvergne based on existing scientific facilities , bringing together basic & clinical research in oncology.
    • Clinatec
    • Nanotechnologies and neuroscience CEA/CHU/UJF
    • Rhône-Alpes Region Cluster on
    • handicap, aging and neuroscience
    Biotechnologies
  • Lyonbiopole
    • Grenoble , micro and
    • nanotechnologies international
    • center and structural biology
    • European center
    • An exceptional range of
    • expertise in industry
    • Advanced developments in genomics,
    • gene transfer, bioproduction, medical
    • device engineering, clinical trial services
    • A strong environment in
    • research and higher
    • education
    • Lyon, world’s leading
    • production center for
    • biological products
    • (vaccines, diagnosis,
    • infectious diseases)
    A global center of excellence in vaccines and diagnostics founded upon the expertise of Lyon and Grenoble with bioMérieux, Sanofi Pasteur, Merial, BD, OPi, PX’Therapeutics , CEA, Inserm, CNRS and the Mérieux Foundation. Biotechnologies Competitive cluster
  • Spin-offs in biotechnologies
    • CADImplant Inc Computer-aided surgery of dental implants
    • Creacell Mammal-cell engineering technologies (IAB/UJF)
    • Cytoo High added value media for high-throughput cell culture, analysis and screening (Institut Curie and Lab Biopuces CEA/DSV)
    • Digisens 3D software for dental medicine (Inria/UJF)
    • Elicityl Oligosaccharides for agriculture (CERMAV - CNRS)
    • Endocontrol Medical robotics (UJF)
    • Entact surgetics Maxillo-facial surgery (ORL) (Praxim/UJF)
    • Equitime Staff schedule management software (TIMC-UJF)
    • Fluoptics In vivo molecular fluorescence imaging (CEA/Leti)
    • HC Forum Medical records management
    • Imactis Real-time 3D needle-positioning system guided by scanner and magneto- resonance imagery (SurgiQual Institute and CHU de Grenoble)
    • ImmunID Technlogies Immunological signature (CEA)
    • Intuiskin MEMS (Memscap)
    • Kalys Plant-based ingredients
    • Koelis Computer-assisted urological surgery (UJF )
    • Mellitech New diabetes treatment (CEA-UJF)
    • Movea Microsystems for motion measurement (CEA/Leti)
    Biotechnologies
  • Spin-offs in biotechnologies
    • Naturamole Aromatic molecules (Greca/UJF)
    • NatX New X-ray crystallography technology (CEA/CNRS)
    • Noesis Imaging
    • Novocib Anti-viral molecules (LVMS/UJF)
    • PX’Therapeutics Recombinant proteins (CEA)
    • PX’Pharma Therapeutic protein biomanufacturing (Protein’eXpert)
    • RC Lux Next generation water sterilizers using UV radiation (LPCS/CNRS/UJF)
    • ScalAgent Distributed Technologies Mediation solutions for applications in telecommunications, energy and smart housing (Inria/Grenoble INP/UJF/Bull)
    • Siliflow Droplet production devices (UJF)
    • Sleepinnov Technology Diagnosis and treatment of respiratory problems (TIMC/Lapsen/UJF)
    • SurgiQual Institute Computer-assisted surgery components and services (TIMC/CHU/UJF)
    • Synapcell Diagnosis and treatment of respiratory complaints (TIMC / Lapsen / UJF)
    • Technosens Homecare telemedicine equipment (CLIPS/Inria/CNRS
    • Tera Environnement Gas molecules
    Biotechnologies
  • Complementary information
    • AEPI
    • Research in France
    • New and competitive financial incentive
    • GIANT program
    • TIC
    • Biotechnologies
    • New EnergyTechnologies
    • History
    • > 10,700 jobs including
      • 700 jobs in research
    • 1,200 students
    World class competitive cluster: Tenerrdis  develop the entire new energy technology chain Key programs: INES, PV Alliance, …
    • Photovoltaïc
    • Hydrogen and fuel cells
    • Micro energy sources for mobile devices
    • Smart grids
    New Energy Technology
  • NTE
    • 10,000 jobs in industry and services with Air Liquide and Axane, Alstom, Atos Origin, Photowatt, Schneider Electric, GEG, Sogreah and a large number of subcontracting companies in metalwork, computing, instrumentation and mechanics …
    • 700 research jobs at
    • CEA-Liten, Lepmi, Simap, CSTB, CNRS, UJF, Grenoble INP
    • 900 students
    • Grenoble INP, UJF and UPMF
    The main actors New Energy Technology
  • Tenerrdis
      • 254 R&D projects among which 102 projects worth €227M , financed with 96M€ public funding.
      • 1 large photovoltaïcs project: Solar Nano Crystal/PV Alliance. Total investment:190M€
      • 4 technological platforms:
      • . Promosol (CEA-Liten)
      • . Helios (CEA-Ines)
      • . Steeve (Ineris)
      • . Predis (Grenoble INP)
      • Distribution of the 102 R&D projects:
      • . 25 PV for buildings
      • . 5 in energy management
      • . 8 in biomass
      • . 22 in hydrogen and fuel cells
      • . 2 in hydraulics
      • . 4 in storage
    (Renewable Energy Technologies Rhône-Alpes, Drôme, Isère, Savoie) National cluster labelled by the French Government in 2005 - 200 members New Energy Technology
  • Spin-offs in new energy technology
    • Alpes Biotech Producing clean energy from waste (Inra and IAE)
    • Docea Power IC power-management software (Grenoble INP)
    • Elena Hybrid aerogenerator for applications in residential energy production (INP Grenoble CREMHYG, LEGI, G2ELAB, CNRS, CEA)
    • Eve Engineering consultants specializing in electrical propulsion, embedded electronics and telemetering (Grenoble INP-Ensieg and Leg)
    • Genhepi Guidelines for improving residential energy performance (Ines/CEA)
    • Paxitech Fuel cells and fabrication of cell components and electrode-membrane- electrode assemblies (CEA)
    • H3C Energies Energy consultancy and service company (Ensieg- Grenoble INP)
    • ScalAgent Distributed Technologies Mediation solutions for applications in telecommunications, energy and smart building (Inria/Grenoble INP/UJF/Bull)
    • Environment
    • Hydrowide Management and sustainable development of water and land resources (LTHE/ CNRS)
    • RC Lux Next generation UV-radiation water sterilizers (LPCS/CNRS/UJF)
    New Energy Technology
  • Complementary information
    • AEPI
    • Research in France
    • New and competitive financial incentive
    • GIANT program
    • TIC
    • Biotechnologies
    • New EnergyTechnologies
    • History
    • Arriving: 1960 , a subsidiary dedicated to the European, Middle East and African markets. The reasons of the seting-up:
        • Caterpillar acquires Simatra (tractors manufacturer)
        • A quality workforce
        • Asset: water abundance to cool the components
    • 1963 : building a new plant
    • 1966 : the first lift truck of the group comes out from the Grenoble plant
    • 1988 – 1991 : more than 1MdF are invested to modernize the site
    • 1999 : first Caterpillar price for the environment won by Grenoble and Echirolles plants
    • 2007 : first WES(Work Environment Simulation) workshop in Europe, after the US
    • 2008 : 5,300 m² of new building in Versoud
    Caterpillar History
    • 1953 : BD get in touch with the company AMI, a subsidiary of Minitube (steel tube for hypodermic needle manufacturer)
    • 1955 : BD take over AMI by 70%
    • 1958 : BD acquires AMI and establishes BD France
    • 1965 : the challenge of divide by 8 the cost of the steel tube for hypodermics needles is won
    • 1970 : seting up of the European headquarters
    • 2006 et 2007 : +10% jobs each years and a building expansion
    • Today : BD France headquarters, one worldwide business segment and two European business segments. BD employs around 1,500 people. €10 M investments in 2008.
    Becton Dickinson (BD France) History
    • 1971 : arriving in Grenoble-Isere (Hubert Dubedout, the Grenoble mayor, goes to Palo Alto to convince the CEOs). Three reasons:
        • Create a third plant in France
        • Set-up this new plant beside high-tech industry
        • To prioritize a place where it is easy to get in touch with the other European units
    • 1975 : 6,000m² in Eybens
    • 2000 : 70,000m² in Eybens
    • 2007 : HP enters Minalogic, the world class competitive cluster
    • 2007 : a 22M$ investment for a data Center in l’Isle d’Abeau and a 9 teraflops super calculator (processing of 9,000 billions data each second)
    HP History
    • 1972 : Efcis, a CEA-Léti start-up
    • 1987 : merge between SGS-Microelettronica and Thomas Semiconducteur, birth of STMicroelectronics
    • 1989 : Crolles 1
    • 2002 : Crolles2 alliance with Motorola (now Freescale), Philips (now NXP Semiconductor) and STMicroelectronics – $3,4b invested between 2002 and 2007
    • 2007 : alliance with IBM
    • 2008 : Nicolas Sarkosy gives notice of a 2,85% investment in the capital of the company to maintain the parity France/Italy
    • Today : STMicroelectronics employs more than 6,500 people and is the leader in the Nano2012 program
    STMicroelectronics History
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