Faculty

Beyond our participants, the richness of the Executive Master is also found among faculty, most of whom are world-class professors-researchers working in the laboratories of the École Polytechnique and partner institutions. With the goal to provide participants with the direct access to the most cutting-edge research, we have invited directly the creators to teach about it.

Here are some examples of our speakers:

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Professors

PROF. CÉCILE CHAMARET

Marketing of Innovation     

Polytechnique (PhD) and ENS (MA) Alumna, she was teaching for 5 years in Abu Dhabi and conducts research on consumer behavior in the Gulf countries. Currently researches and teaches in the fields of Marketing Behaviour for Innovation.

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PROF. ERIC MOULINES

Data Science

Professor of Statistics at the Applied Mathematics Center at École Polytechnique. Member of the French Academy of Sciences and laureate of Academy's "Grand Prix"; editor-in-chief emeritus of a leading European journals - Bernoulli.

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PROF. BERNARD DRÉVILLON

New Energies

Pioneer of thin film physics and nanomaterials, Vice-President of the Physics Department of École Polytechnique, Director and Founding Member at Photovoltaic Institute of Paris, CNRS Silver Medal in 1995.

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PROF. ADBUL BARAKAT

Biomedical Engineering

CNRS Research Director and Professor of Mechanics and Biology at École Polytechnique, heading the AXA Cardiovascular Cellular Engineering Chair.

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KALINA RASKIN

Biomimetics

CEO of Ceebios (European Centre of excellence in biomimetics), physicochemical engineer and Doctor in neuroscience from UPMC. Kalina is "naturebased solutions" expert at the European Commission and one of the international leaders on biomimicry.

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PROF. EMMANUEL DE LANGRE

Mechanics

Mechanics Professor and Chair of the Department of Mechanics and Director of Hydrodynamics Laboratory at École Polytechnique. Editor-inchief of Journal of Fluids and Structures.

"I think in medicine, innovation is the main driver for progress for the patient. So if you want to stay on top, you have to manage this innovation and how to use it in the most efficient way.
I have three main expectations : stay up to date on innovation topics, from a strategic and management perspective, being able to set in place the most efficient processes to develop a project, and to join a school with high values, with a strong citizen involvement."

Dr Jean-Christophe Guillerm
Head of cardiovascular therapeutic area, Global marketing and market access Servier

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