Tomorrow's Innovation : IP Paris call for projects winners 2021
The Institut Polytechnique de Paris (IP Paris) is developing an ambitious innovation policy in order to increase its societal impact. In this context, IP Paris has launched its third call for projects to detect and support innovative projects from its laboratories.
An invention is generally associated with research results (technical solutions, software, materials, processes, molecules, devices, software, databases, etc.). These results need to be confronted with market expectations and needs. This call for projects aims to build the invention-market fit and to achieve a first proof of concept.
As part of the selection process, 11 projects have been selected for a total of 840 000 euros in funding. These projects cover fields such as physics of materials, MedTech, the environment, networks and 5G.
The 11 winning projects are:
- Convergent analysis of 5G networks, Aymeric DE JAVAL, LTCI: Optimization of 5G networks based on the analysis of massive data from the network.
- Approxinet, Sumanta CHAUDHURI, LTCI: Approximate and Sparse Neural Network Accelerator for Edge AI
- LocI, Nel SAMAMA, SAMOVAR:Indoor Localisation
- MDA, Vincent GAUTHIER, SAMOVAR: Geospatial data aggregation service, mainly focused on the collection and processing of cell phone metadata
- Midway, Elsa ANGELINI, LTCI: Medical image harmonization by Midway
- NEPAL, Holger VACH, LPICM: Silicon nanocluster-based materials for energy and aerospace.
- PPM, Olivier BOURNEZ, LIX: Solving stress problems
- Qualair, Gabriel AMSELEM, LadHyx: Colorimetric air quality sensor.
- SaSAAT, Olivier DOARÉ, IMSIA: Acoustic actuators based on flexible and thin piezoelectric sandwiches applied to audio headphones.
- SUNSHARE, Jordi BADOSA, LMD: Scenarios of solar photovoltaic energy use in collective self-consumption using