Launch of the Flex Tech Chair at ESTIA
Dedicated to research in the field of Human-System interaction, the Flex Tech Chair is conducted in partnership with ESTIA engineering school in Bidart and CentraleSupélec engineering school in Paris. The first inaugural lesson will be held on 10 September at ESTIA.
The Flex Tech Chair will be conducted under the authority of Professors Guy André Boy and Bernard Yannou (Director of the Industrial Engineering Laboratory at CentraleSupélec) to meet the expectations of industrial actors and local authorities confronted with the increasing complexity of the products and services they are setting up.
The objective of this international chair will be to develop applied research on complex systems with increasing autonomy. Two theses are already in progress with Total, one of which will be carried out by Chloé Rolos, an engineer who graduated from ESTIA in 2018. Through this thesis, the aim is to propose an innovative new use / process with the creation of a room to manage robots on oil platforms to provide an increase in safety and efficiency.
A description of the state of the discipline and the presentation of a research program will be presented at ESTIA in Bidart on Tuesday 10 September at 5:30pm by Professor Guy André Boy during the first inaugural lesson. This will be followed by a second inaugural lesson on 18 September on the Saclay site, a scientific and technological centre in the Paris region.
Register for the inaugural lesson at Izarbel: i.errecarretestia.fr