Institut Mines-Télécom at the BE 5.0 Industries of the Future trade show

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Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT), France’s number one group of elite graduate schools [grandes écoles], engineering schools and management schools, is attending the Be 5.0 Industry of the Future trade show in Mulhouse for the third consecutive year.

The Be 5.0 Industry of the Future trade show is an event that brings together industrial companies, experts and innovators to explore the latest technological advances and best practices in the field of the industry of the future. As a nationally and internationally renowned institution in the field of engineering and technology education and research, Institut Mines-Télécom supports the government’s objectives to reindustrialize and decarbonize industry. Through his “Green Industry” plan, Bruno Le Maire wants Institut Mines-Télécom to train more engineers by 2025 (+20%) amid accelerated digitalization in industry, in which there is already a current shortage of 10,000 engineers per year in France.

on the program

  • Presentation of Shift 89, a start-up incubated at IMT specializing in the transfer of knowledge using augmented reality
  • Shared stand with the Alliance for the Industry of the Future (AIF) of which IMT is a founding member and conference partner: “Transition to carbon-free industry: training is the key to boosting widespread commitment”
  • IMT Round Table: “Rethinking education to effectively support reindustrialization”

“Transition to carbon-free industry: training as the key to boosting widespread commitment”, Nov. 28, 2023 | 2pm – 2:45pm.  Antoine Fricard, Ecological Transition Project Manager at Institut Mines-Télécom, will outline IMT’s approach to increasing support for these issues among students and faculty. The curricula integrate ecological transition and sustainable development issues with the aim of tr

“Rethinking education to effectively support reindustrialization”, Martine Assar, Head of the IMT Career Observatory. Nov. 29, 2023 | 2pm – 2:45pm.