More than 80 guests attended the Trust Chair inauguration ceremony at Esisar in Valence. The chair, which focuses on trust in complex systems, is backed by the Grenoble Institute of Technology Foundation and a consortium of industrial partners from a variety of industries (GRDF, Ingenico, Innovista Sensors, and SKF Aerospace). The Chair is affiliated with Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Esisar school and laboratory LCIS. The Trust Chair is the eighth chair to be inaugurated and will aim to achieve excellence, improve academic programs, and support the transfer of new technologies from laboratories to businesses. The Trust Chair will also contribute to new courses on cybersecurity offered under the IRT Nanoelec training program. Research conducted under the Trust Chair program will be overseen by Laurent Pion, Security Tools Team Manager at Ingenico Group, who is providing his know-how on a volunteer basis via the Grenoble Institute of Technology Foundation.
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