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Welcome to ECOSYS

UMR ECOSYS - Ecologie fonctionnelle et écotoxicologie des agroécosystèmes

Journée Living Lab

Favoriser les synergies entre projets de recherche, agriculture et attentes sociétales

Journée Living Lab
Vers un Living Lab créateur de valeur pour les territoires agri-urbains

Programme de la journée de préfiguration du mardi 10 juillet 2018

Bâtiment n°10, Centre INRA de Versailles, route de Saint-Cyr, Versailles

10h30-12h : Visite du dispositif expérimental de la Cage

12h- 13h : Buffet d’accueil

13h-14h30 : Introduction

13h-13h15 : Mot d’accueil INRA – présentation et perspective de la démarche (Camille Michon)

13h15-30 : Orientations stratégiques et intérêt des Communautés d’Agglomération de Saint-Quentin en Yvelines, Versailles Grand Parc et Paris-Saclay

13h30-40 : Mot d’accueil (Alexandra Dublanche, Vice-Présidente, Région Ile-de-France)

13h40-13h50 : Organisation et structuration de la recherche, Université Paris-Saclay (Pascale Ribon, DG Université Paris-Saclay), LabEx BASC (Paul Leadley, Coordinateur)

13h50-14h : Présentation des programmes agri-urbain Plateau de Saclay (Terre et Cité), Plaine de Versailles (APPVPA)

14h-14h30 : Présentation de la méthodologie et de l’approche Living-Lab : présentation de références internationales et de l’AcadieLab – Québec (Virginie Zingraff, et Julie Ruiz) 

14h30-15h : Présentation des thématiques et des questionnements pour la construction du Living-Lab / questions de clarification (Dorian Spaak)

15h-15h15 : Programme de la fin de journée et méthodologie 

15h15-16h40 : Ateliers par catégories d’acteurs

Ateliers préparatoires par catégorie d’acteurs (élus / territoires agriurbains / acteurs institutionnels / acteurs privés / acteurs de la recherche)

16h40-17h : Pause café & cookies, affichage des synthèses et stands projets PSDR

17h-18h : Ateliers par thématiques

18h-18h20 : Pause et stands projets PSDR

18h20-18h50 : Ateliers par thématiques – retour et synthèse

18h50-19h : Mot de clôture - Amélie de Montchalin, Députée