Presented by Bernard CHARLÈS, Vice Chairman & CEO Dassault Systèmes
Presented by Frances ARNOLD, Nobel Prize Winner and Professor at California Institute of Technology
Presented by Neil GERSHENFELD, Director, MIT Center for Bits and Atoms.
Science is at the top of mind today, for people, governments and society, as well as business executives and science leaders and influencers across the world’s public, private and academic sectors. Generating knowledge and driving decisions requires collaborative, data-centric, virtual discovery based on scientific virtual twins. As the world wakes up from the COVID-19 crisis, it is time for a decisive breakthrough to improve outcomes for a better health experience for everyone.
Presented by Dr. David HOGANSON, Assistant in Cardiac Surgery Boston Children’s Hospital
Presented by Dr. Eytan ABRAHAM, Head of Personalized Medicine Business Unit Lonza
Presented by Dr. David FAJENBAUM, Co-founder and Executive Director of the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network University of Pennsylvania
Because all Experience is Human experience, science-driven sustainable improvement in human life and condition is our Dassault Systèmes goal, involving and affecting all Industries, all Sectors, and ultimately all Organizations.
Presented by David CLARK, Vice President Sustainability Amcor
Presented by Sébastien FLICHY, Director Innovation, Valorisation & Marketing Veolia
Presented by Dr. Guru MADHAVAN, Senior Director of Programs National Academy of Engineering
With the world’s population projected to reach 9.8 billion by 2050, we must ensure global sustainability for food, water, shelter and resources for all people. Governments, businesses processes, supply chains, and academic engagement all have central roles in discovering a sustainable outcome.
By leveraging discoveries across digital, physical and biological spheres, and embracing the sustainable economy, science helps organizations reap the benefits of a connected world, while also addressing the demands of sustainability, a managed environment and a resilient economy.