Satellite event

The Network of Early-Career Sustainable Scientists and Engineers (NESSE)

Thriving careers and sustainability: a PANEL DISCUSSION

Thursday May 18th, 11:00-12:30

Academia and industry are common career paths for the new generation of individuals working in STEM. Both provide a unique approach and contribution to economic progress, and demand a particular set of skills. What factors are relevant for career advancement in each sector? How does the partnership between them play a role in social development? What professional opportunities in the context of sustainability are currently out there? The speakers at ISGC-2017 will come together and bring their expertise to discuss answers to these and other questions pertaining to professional growth.

Panelists:

Prof. Rafael Luque (University of Cordoba)

Dr. Edith Norrant (UCB Pharma)

Prof. Peter Wasserscheid (Friedrich-Alexander University)

NESSE Networking Social

Thursday May 18th, 16:00-18:00

The Network of Early-Career Sustainable Scientists and Engineers (NESSE) will hold a casual networking social on Thursday, May 18th. Join NESSE for a get-together at a local bar, where you will get the chance to connect with our members and other like-minded professionals in the field of sustainable science. La Cav' A' So'. 29 Quai du Gabut, 17000 La Rochelle, France.

NESSE EXHIBITION BOOTH

Tuesday May 16th, 19:00

Looking to connect with early-career scientists seeking to be part of a sustainable future? Meet us at the exhibition area all week to learn what NESSE is all about, our career-development activities at ISGC, what projects we are currently working on, and how you can get involved with our community.  


L'Oréal session partnership

L'Oréal organises a special session on "Innovation in Green Process for a Sustainable Chemistry"

Wednesday May 17th, 15:00-16:30

Invited Speakers :
15:00 - 15:30 : Pr. H. Cramail - University of Bordeaux
Glycolipids: from synthesis and self-assembly studies to the design of original bio-based polymers.

Selected flash communications
15:30 - 16:30 :
see "Tentative program" here and select May 17th (15:30 - 16:30)