UQ-UPSaclay Week

The University of Queensland (UQ) in collaboration with University of Paris-Saclay (UPSaclay) and its members CentraleSupelec (CS) and AgroParisTech (AgroPT) are hosting four events in November as part of UQ-UPSaclay framework collaboration. 

Both universities share a strong track record and vision for creating lasting positive change. The two institutions have identified excellent potential for future collaboration in numerous areas including engineering, advanced biomanufacturing, digital biology and agriculture, quantum physics and entrepreneurship and innovation to share expertise, leverage opportunities and address global challenges.

To build a solid research and learning network and engagement across UQ and UPSaclay, the following events will take place to guide future collaborations:

Advanced biomanufacturing and digital biology

Date: Monday 22 November 2021
Time: 5-8pm AEST; 8-11am CET
Professor Robert Henry, Professor of Innovation in Agriculture, Centre for Crop Science, UQ
Associate Professor Dr Marwen Moussa, Senior Lecturer, AgroParisTech

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Date: Tuesday 23 November 2021
Time: 5-6.30pm AEST; 8-9.30am CET
Rodolphe Rosier, Head of startups acceleration program, CentraleSupélec, UPSaclay
Nimrod Klayman, Head of Entrepreneurship, UQ

Quantum Science Technology

Date: Wednesday 24 November 2021
Time: 5-8.15pm AEST; 8-11.15am CET
Professor Pascale Senellart-Mardon, CNRS Senior Researcher and Group Leader, UPS
Professor Andrew White, Director, EQUS and Professor, Physics, UQ

3rd Franco Australian Symposium on high-enthalpy and reacting flows

Date: Thursday 25 November 2021
Time: 5-7.30pm AEST; 8-10.30am CET
Professor Christophe Laux, CentraleSupélec
Professor Richard Morgan, Professor, Centre for Hypersonics, UQ



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For more information about the event or UQ's engagement in France, contact

Victoria Bick, Senior International Strategist, Global Strategy and Partnerships, Global Engagement, UQ.

+61 7 3365 1972