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DATA VALUE CHAIN IN SCIENCE & TERRITORIES CONFERENCE

     Thursday, March 14, 2019

08h30-09h30 INSTITUT FRANCILIEN D’INGENIERIE DES SERVICES (IFIS)
6 cours du Danube 77700 SERRIS
Welcome and Registration
AUDITORIUM – MÉDIATHEQUE DU VAL D’EUROPE
2 Place d’Ariane 77700 Serris
09h30-10h00
OPENING CEREMONY
Gilles ROUSSEL, President, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Jean-Paul BALCOU, President, Val d’Europe Agglomération
Dominique PERRIN, Board chairman, Institut Francilien d’Ingénierie des Services (IFIS)
Hélène BESTOUGEFF, President, Codata France
Sylvie PARRINI ALEMANNO, Vice President Research, SFSIC
Manuel ZACKLAD & Christian BOURRET, DICEN-IDF Laboratory, Information and communication devices in digital age – Paris, Ile-de-France
Nathalie FABRY, Director, Institut Francilien d’Ingénierie des Services (IFIS)
10h00-10h30 KEYNOTE
Data on innovation – sources and exploitation

Antoine SCHOEN, Professor Esiee Paris, researcher at LISIS
Involved in the European infrastructure project RISIS (innovation data platform) coordinated by UPEM
INSTITUT FRANCILIEN D’INGENIERIE DES SERVICES (IFIS)
6 cours du Danube 77700 SERRIS
10h30-10h45 Coffee break
10h45-12h15 SMART CITIES AND TERRITORIES
SESSION 1
Moderators:
Nathalie FABRY & Henri DOU
SESSION 2
Moderators:
Yannick L’HORTY & Claudie MEYER
Room 214 Room 213
10h45-11h15
Tourism data governance: practices and issues
Nathalie FABRY, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Sylvain ZEGHNI, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Cyril BLANCHET, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Seeking for tipping point in the housing market: evidences from a field experiment
Sylvain CHAREYRON, Paris-Est Créteil University
Samuel GOROHOUNA, University of New Caledonia
Yannick L’HORTY, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Pascale PETIT, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Catherine RIS, University of New Caledonia
11h15-11h45 The smart villages in the European context
Henri DOU, Ciworldwide think tank, Marseille
Pierre FOURNIÉ, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
No new mobility without data. Comparative study
Claudie MEYER, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Philippe SAJHAU, IBM France
11h45-12h15 Implementation of open data policies in local authorities
Sylvie MERCIER, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
12h15-13h15 LUNCH BREAK
13h15-14h15 DATA USES IN HEALTH CARE
Moderators:
José-Maria BIEDMA & Christian BOURRET
Room 214 (IFIS)
13h15-13h45 From theory to practice: health data management in a complex system
Eloria VIGOUROUX ZUGASTI, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Christian BOURRET, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Sylvie PARRINI ALEMANNO, Cnam Paris
13h45-14h15 Big Data & Health: an opportunity or a risk? The case of Andalusia: Diraya
José Maria BIEDMA FERRER, University of Cádiz
14h15-14h30 Coffee break
14h30-16h30 DATA PROCESSING AND DECISION PROCESS
Moderators:
Ghislaine CHARTRON & Amos DAVID
Moderators:
Karim FRAOUA & Sylvain MICHELIN
Room 214 (IFIS) Room 213 (IFIS)
14h30-15h00 Data Literacy & competency framework for social analysis of Big Data
Béatrice ARRUABARRENA, Cnam Paris
Gérald KEMBELLEC, Cnam Paris
Ghislaine CHARTRON, Cnam Paris
Predictive Maintenance: Theory, Tools and Example
Karim FRAOUA & Sylvain MICHELIN,
Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
15h00-15h30 The discourse of French think tanks on digital and data as a lever for territorial innovation/resilience
Lucile DESMOULINS, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Taking practices into account during technological changes
Christophe MERLO,
Véronique PILNIERE,
Katarzyna BORGIEL,
Bordeaux University, ESTIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Bidart
15h30-16h00 Data science for decision making
Amos DAVID, Lorraine University
Approach to scientific rigour
Albert TRUYOL, Engineers and scientists of France (IESF)
16h00-16h30 The efficiency and relevance of datasets
Ben BENJAMIN & Amos DAVID, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
The Rhetoric on Illegal Migration
Petar KURECIC & Petra KUHAR, University North, Croatia
20h00 GALA DINNER – LE PROCOPE
13 Rue de l’Ancienne Comédie, 75006 Paris

     Friday, March 15, 2019

CHALLENGES IN DATA AND KNOWLEDGE PROCESSING. THE CASE OF CHINA
09h00-13h00
SESSION 1
 
 
CODATA CHINA’S INTERVENTION
Moderator: Jean Pierre CALISTE
SESSION 2
 
PROSPECTIVE WORKSHOP
The Silk Roads: research areas for knowledge and data flow

Moderator: Daniel RAICHVARG
Room 213 (IFIS) Room 214 (IFIS)
Risk management and data. Application to project risks
Jean-Pierre CALISTE, Compiègne University of Technology

A Bilingual Analysis of Safety ISO Standards Through Deep Learning and Network Analysis
Fabien PFAENDER, Shanghai University (UTSEUS)

Data gathering and structuring: a key element for effective and efficient asset management
Guillaume GIMONET, AES SIVECO, Shanghai

Development of a research program using a GIS as a communication and data management tool
Jean-Pierre CALISTE, Compiègne University of Technology
Jone HEITOR, Faculty of Engineering of Agostinho Net University

Indicators development of medical equipment management support in health facilities in Senegal and use of a GIS as a decision-making tool
Fatou BARA NDIONE, Compiègne University of Technology

Presentation of Silkologies
Daniel RAICHVARG, Bourgogne University

Franco-Chinese cooperation in Human and Social Sciences
Mylène HARDY, Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle University

Table-tennis, Panda and Silk Diplomacy
Zhao HUANG, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University

Under the sign of Alibaba
Françoise PAQUIENSEGUY, Science Po Lyon
Olivier GALIBERT, Bourgogne University

Tofu for all ages
Gilles FUMEY, Sorbonne UniversitY
Lucile DESMOULINS, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University

Roaming on the Belt and Road
Nathalie FABRY, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University

« Co-Silk »
Martine CLOUZOT, Bourgogne University
Patrick GORRIA, Bourgogne University
Daniel RAICHVARG, Bourgogne University

Workers, Farmers, Craftsmen, Traders, Industrialists connected by a wire
Philippe BOUQUILLION, Paris 13 University
Jean VIGREUX, Bourgogne University

13h00-14h00 LUNCH BREAK
14h00-15h30 SMART CITIES AND TERRITORIES CONTINUED PROSPECTIVE WORKSHOP
The Silk Roads: research areas for knowledge and data flow

Moderator:
Françoise PAQUIENSEGUY
Moderator:
Daniel RAICHVARG
Room 213 (IFIS) Room 214 (IFIS)
14h00-14h30 The public lighting network as a data collection mean on the Parisian territory
Victor BAYARD & Youssef DIAB,
Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Project All fabric ranges, communication game. Investigation in the alleys of the Aubervilliers Fashion Center
Lucile DESMOULINS, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Philippe BOUQUILLON, Paris 13 University
Peifeng LU et Solène DE PERCIN, master student (Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University)
With the presence of: Ya-Han CHUANG (doctor of sociology) & Carlos SEMEDO (Director of Associations and International Relations, Aubervilliers Town Hall)
14h30-15h00 From data to services in metropolitan areas: survey from professional reusers of open data.
Valentyna DYMYTROVA & Françoise PAQUIENSEGUY, Sciences Po Lyon, France
15h00-15h30 Data auditing and contents quality: conceptual approach and definition of a framework towards new business achievements
Olivia PESTANA, Porto University
15h30-15h45 Coffee break
15h45-17h15 DATA USES IN HEALTH CARE
Moderator:
Danielle DUFOUR-COPPOLANI
Room 214 (IFIS)
15h45-16h15 Data issues in a method for evaluating care pathways that integrates the experience of patients and their environment
Jessica GHELLER, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Christian BOURRET, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Gérard MICK, President, National Union of Health Systems, UNRS, France
16h15-16h45 Impact of connected health objects on chronic disease management
Danielle DUFOUR COPPOLANI, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
Parina HASSANALY, SESSTIM PACA France
Jean Charles DUFOUR, SESSTIM PACA France
16h45-17h15 Predictive evaluation of obesity
Karim FRAOUA & Mahmoud FKIH, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University
17h15 CLOSING CEREMONY