Thursday Septembre 29, 2022 in Brest as part of the SeaTechWeek
& Friday September 30, 2022 at the Marine Station for the 12th edition of the Rendez vous de Concarneau
Where Industry meets Science in marine biotechnology
The international symposium "Les Rendez-Vous de Concarneau" takes place every year at the Concarneau Marine Station. It is intended to be part of a continuum between the fundamental research developped within the laboratories concerned and the applications of this research in marine biotechnologies. The symposium brings together a group of experts from the world of fundamental and applied research and industrials with a link to the maritime field with multidisciplinary and complementary skills and aims to provide technology and knowledge transfer between European skateholders.
For this 2022 edition, we will focused on biomimetics on maritime transport during the session on Thursday 29 September as part of the SeaTechWeek at Brest: "Les Rendez-Vous de Concarneau invite themselves to Brest". The 12th edition of the "Rendez-Vous de Concarneau" will be held on Friday 30 September at the Marine Biological Station of Concarneau. The meeting at Concarneau will be focused on biomimicry and biomaterials with a visit of two structures with a bioinspiration project in Concarneau.
Thursday Septembre 29, 2022 (Brest): Biomimetics in maritime transport
& Friday September 30, 2022 (Concarneau): Biomimicry and biomaterials
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The official conference language is English.
Registration must be made by e-mail at email@example.com specifying the subject of the e-mail "Rendez vous de Concarneau".
Registration is free but mandatory for attendees (places are limited).
Your final registration will be personally confirmed to you by e-mail after reception of your pre-registration.
Scientific and steering committee
Nadia AMEZIANE (Professor, Head of the Concarneau Marine Station, MNHN, co-chair of the RVCC 2022 committee)
Hélène SALIN (Valorisation director MNHN, co-chair of the RVCC 2022 committee)
Jean-Paul CADORET (Scientific director Algamafoods)
Jian-Shen SUN (Professor MNHN, Head of the biomimicry axis of the MNHN)
Guillian GRAVES (Designer, Director of the Big Bang Project Agency)
Tarik CHEKCHAK (Director of the Biomimicry Institute for Desirable Futures)
CEEBIOS, represented by Juliette VERSEUX, (Marine biomimicry project manager), and Delphine MATHOU, (Head of the territorial development of biomimicry)
Catherine BOYEN (Research director CNRS, Head of the Roscoff Marine Station)
Solène AVIGNON (RVCC2022 organization manager, Concarneau Marine Station MNHN)