This first virtual forum, attended by nearly 600 participants from all the IMT schools, closed on February 5th.

Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) held a major Digital Sobriety Forum open to all students and staff. This new awareness-raising operation is one of the priorities of its ecological transition strategy: informing and training. The aim is to allow future graduates from its engineering and management schools to address socio-ecological issues and place them at the heart of their professional decisions. In addition to giving young graduates new skills, it aims above all to support the ecological transition more generally. In this regard, IMT is increasing its commitment this year by leading reflection within the higher education ecosystem to redefine engineering and management skills in the light of the ecological dimension.

Among the highlights of the day: “Gaïatica”, a cooperative simulation game.