The French American Innovation Days are organized by the Office for Science & Technology of the Embassy of France in the United States in partnership with the Harte Research Institute. This event brings together prominent American and French experts to discuss latest research advances and innovation in environment field in order to foster transatlantic connections.
2021 session focuses on the following themes:
- Innovations in Energy: Wind, solar and alternative energy sources and meeting the challenges of efficiency, environment and economics,
- Resilience in the Built Environment: How do we balance population growth, economic development and the environment in the face of climate change,
- Water and the Environment: Innovations and challenges in water management, waste management, and recycling in balance with the health and productivity of the waters that surround us.
The FAID program will be provided soon.
The Office for Science and Technology (OST), a team of 22 staff members including professors, senior researchers and engineers located in the Embassy (Washington, DC) and 6 consular offices (Atlanta – Boston – Chicago – Houston – Los Angeles – San Francisco) is dedicated to bilateral FR-US collaborations in Science and Technology.