Sylvie Blanco, Professor and Executive Director of Innovation at Grenoble Ecole de Management and Pangiota Morfouli, Professor at Grenoble-INP (Grenoble Institut d’Ingénierie et de Management)/UGA, are co-directors of the the Nanoelec/Human Capital & Training Design Program. They enlighten context and challeges of the program.
The overall goal of the Human Capital & Training Design program is to design, develop, test and prepare the rollout of Elise (Experiential Learning of Innovation for Sustainable Ecosystems) throughout IRT Nanoelec.
An unprecedented program in Europe, Elise is based on experiential learning and co-engineering, it brings together scholars, industrials, engineers and managers, and offers standard university curriculums and continuing education programs. It has been designed to address the upskilling needs of the IRT Nanoelec ecosystem: high technological intensity, wide-ranging fields of application, and a commitment to sustainable development.
The project includes three complementary focus areas: common capsules of IRT Nanoelec-specific fundamental skills; experimental sessions in immersive environments such as labs and demonstrators for hybrid collaborative teams involved in institute research; and learning communities committed to sustainable electronics applications.
Nanoelec/Human Capital and Trainign Design at a glance : to be discovered here