Program

Wednesday 20 nov
Day 1

Innovation

13h45 Welcome Talk
 

Crossroads of Innovation

14h00 ​Show room
Responsible Patrick Bertolo & Marie-Agnès Enard

Smart Cities

Smart Home 
Experiment a total immersion into the future of the living with "SmartHome by CITC"

Plateau Inria 
A collaborative workspace which promote interactions between the scientific community, the business world and wider society

16h30 Debate 
How can Research take a part in the new places & ecosystems of innovation ? 
Responsible : Jacques-François Marchandise

  • David Simplot-Ryl
  • Raouti Chehih
  • François Letellier
  • Frédérique Grigolato
  • Yoann Duriaux

6 minutes of Serendipity
*Called "Carrefour des Possibles in french"
Responsible Jean Luc Wingert & Sophie Maheo

18h30 Showcase early-stage projects using ICTs in an innovative way

20h Exhibition – networking
cocktail

21H30 <end>

 

 

Thursday 21 nov
Day 2

Trends & research

In Massive data we trust!
Responsible Stephane Ribas

8h30 – welcome coffee

9h00 Twitter data & the reador.net project, the futur semantic tweetdeck?  Christophe Desclaux

9h30 Massive data surveillance? Methods & practices Antoine Champagne

10h00 Invited guest - surprise!

10h30 coffee break

Flow Computing
Responsible Stephane Frenot

11h « Microsoft ModernUI, changes by mobility », Michel Rousseau

11h30 "Superfeeds, the next step to gather big data flow", Julien Gesnestoux

12h #SAIFC késako Ronald Poell


Lunch


Open Art
Responsible Anne-Cécile Worms

14h00 "Webjays, A public device for exhibiting & displaying Internet content & net art", Anne Roquigny

14h30 "Open Culture & Architecture", Sabina Barcucci

Open Source Journalism
Responsible Nicolas Roussel & Patrick Guillaud

15h "Identity Fuzzing", Jan H Wildeboer

15h30 "Open Source Intelligence", Tom Secker

16h00 coffee break

16h30 "When Open Source Culture meet Journalism"Pierre Romera

17h00 "The Open Sourcing of Journalism", James Corbett

17h45 "Open-Questions/Answers-Session with speakers & public", animated by James Corbett

19h00 Open Art Show & Social Event

 

Friday 22 nov
Day 3

Trends & research

Eco Trust
Responsible Fabien EychenneGabriele Ruffatti

9h00 – welcome coffee

9h30 Eco System over code! Stephane Ribas

10h In Trust we Trust! Laure Wagner

Ecosystem
Responsible Fabien Eychenne &  Gabriele Ruffatti

10h30 "Wikispeed; the agile car", Joe Justice & Patrick Roach

11h00 coffee break

11h30 "How to foldarap in a distributed way", Emmanuel Gilloz

12h "Goteo an open source crowdfunding platform", Olivier Schumbaun & Charlotte Rautureau


Lunch

tweetlunch
Responsible Laurent Séguin AFUL


Economy
Responsible Fabien Eychenne & Gabriele Ruffatti

14h "Open Source Communities,  the Co-creation of Value", Marc Somerfield

14h30 "Growing the next generation of open source hackers"Dave Neary

15h "New forms of organisation", Jan H Wildeboer

15h30 Robert Viseur wrap-up talk!

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The presentations takes place in the AUDITORIUM room.
 

Themes description


Open Education – Cancelled

In Massive Data we trust!  – replaces the Open education theme

We make data love!

How does technologies can help us to gather massive data collection?  what are the methods and tools? what are the showstoppers? How does technology change our way of living and thinking?  A few renowned experts in massive data gathering and analysis will exchange views and critics on the future of the big data domain.

Flow Computing

The tremendous amount of data produced and exchanged over Internet gave raise to the Big Data transition. It's largely covered by the IT community since it will have a major impact in the coming years. Most of the attention is focused on the 3V: Volume, Velocity and Variety of manipulated data, that drives to an increase in computer raw performances and network bandwidth.

Yet, this revolution also implies another paradigm shift in the essence of manipulated data and the way we should consider them. It is not anymore isolated pieces of information but part of uninterruptible flows of various sizes and speed. For the algorithms, a gathering view is not anymore possible and data inconsistency is a general rule. For the platforms, those cannot be anymore stopped – event temporarily – or they would be confronted to information and user losses.

Flow computing considers produced and consumed data as a continuous temporal flow that need to be efficiently absorbed, controlled and analyzed. In this morning session, we will present three actors of flow computing, that will present there activities in this domain. 

Ronald Poell julien-genestoux rousseau

Open Art

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Anne-Cécile-Worms_JBM3144cJean-Baptiste-Millot-copie pic Anne Roquigny

Open Source Journalism & Open Intelligence

The huge growth of alternative media all over the world rise many questions. As many of the new media have adopted the principles of openness, fOSSa invited some predominant journalists to explain us the way they work. We hope that looking at other domains using openness methods will enlighten us on our own practices. So we will jump out of the OSS box into the OSI/OSJ* box !

Why intelligence and journalism ?
First, news/information, like software, is a domain with high stakes because it can change the course of events.
Second, since the upcoming of the Internet the credibility of the author which was status based is shifting toward transparency.

A vast majority of programmers agree on the fact that a very efficient way for achieving quality and neutrality is openness. What happens when journalists contradict the mainstream media and develop a discourse around open and public sources ?
Some major tv/radio hosts and books/blogs writers (James Corbett, Tom Secker, Pierre Romera, Jan Wildeboer, Antoine Champagne, etc.) will be here to present us the way openness is implemented in the intelligence and journalism domains based on open sources and data. They will probably tell us that when history based on facts contradicts the official story is a huge opportunity to fix the system and head again in the right direction.

pierre romera Jan Wildeboer JamesCorbett tom secker

Eco Trust, Ecosystem, Economy?

Eco Trust refers to trusted relationships in communities and ecosystems. It's a social approach that is growing day-by-day inside people interacting with the open domain.

Ecosystems deal with the evolution of communities: nowadays we are acting in a network of ecosystems.

Economy is about the value co-creation process, in opposition/extension to the traditional meaning of monetary business results. It goes beyond the common business model approach.

Patrick somerfield rautureau daveNeary Emmanuel Gilloz Croquis SR

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