Minor DeepTech Entrepreneurship

Coordinated by: Nicolas Bruno, Responsable Pédagogique ICE (Innovation Centre for Entrepreneurship)

FORMAT

Small Online Private Course (SPOC)
+ remote interactive debrief
+ replay available

LOCATION

Online

Prerequisites

English: B2

Capacity

30 students

About this minor

Summary

Learning Outcomes

  • Consider start-up creation like a path of scientific research valorisation
  • Understand the issue of disruptive innovation
  • Understand the links between industry and research
  • Know how to assess the economic potential of a scientific asset
  • Master the keys of academic spin-off
  • Master the essentials issues of intellectual property
  • Communicate about your project and funding issues
  • Train managers able to evolve in highly technological environment
  • Apprehend the territory in the development of its deeptech ecosystem
  • Train managers able to manage an agile company


In the last few years, the public and private sectors have been heavily investing in innovative projects by stimulating ecosystems that generate innovations. In this context, disruptive innovations come mainly from scientific research. Considering that highly technological projects are the probable basis for a new cycle of significant growth, generating employment and economic sustainability, it seems relevant to densify exchanges between the worlds of research and business.
The challenge we wish to take up here is to contribute to this dynamic by training managers to be capable of evolving in uncertain and changing technological environment. The deeptech innovative projects are logically particularly risky, as they last over a long period of time, with often unidentified markets, and require heavy investments. These projects require specific knowledge and skills to emerge, raise money and grow. The purpose of this courses is to train managers able to understand and deal with this complex world and these new issues.

The purpose of this programme is to introduce the participants to the world of entrepreneurship, increase entrepreneurial spirit without distinction of discipline.
A focus is given on deeptech (or deepscience) in order to address the most complex challenges and the newest issues related to entrepreneurship.

Lecturers
Evaluation
  • Attendance
  • Multiple-choice questionary: April 14th, 12h00-12h30

SCHEDULE

Mind the evaluation modalities and deadlines in the "Evaluation" tab above.

Spring 2022

Date

Time slot

Course title

Lecturer

Room

Feb 24 9h00-12h00 Deeptech Entrepreneurship Overview Florent Genoux Online
Mar 3 9h00-12h00 Intellectual property strategy Michel Callois Online
Mar 10 9h00-12h00 Identify the right market for your Innovation Guillene Ribiere Online
Mar 17 9h00-12h00 Developing relevant and innovative business model Galena Pisoni Online
Mar 24 11h00-14h00 Project Management for disruptive innovation Melissa Michelet Online
Mar 31 9h00-12h00 Production Challenges Christophe Imbert Online
Apr 7 9h00-12h00 Financing your Startup Nicolas Riche Online
Apr 14 9h00-12h00 Creating a Pitch Sophie Monteil Online