March 21, 2023
How innovation can and must drive the sustainable change for digital technologies?
Find out how the Canadian ecosystem has been able to influence and help clean technology projects move forward to commercialization. Join us to discover C2MI’s roadmap to support its ecosystem in reducing the environmental footprint of digital technologies. Discover SDTC’s offer as the Canadian government’s main source of funding for clean technologies, and listen to the testimonials of companies that innovate in an eco-responsible way.
Animation / Bus. Dev. Director at C2MIActing as Business Development, Strategic Partnership and Marketing Director, Alan Renaudin is leading C2MI’s deep tech ecosystem reckoning nearly 400 organizations. Among its key roles are the collaborative ecosystem’s mapping and growth ensuring both its strength and its practical knowledge to identify and capitalize on emerging trends in deep tech.
CFORanovusMr. André Levasseur is responsible for overall financial management of the company. Beyond the core responsibilities of financial reporting, audit and compliance, planning, treasury, and capital structure, Andre plays a strong role in strategic planning, corporate management, capital allocation and performance management.
CEOCalogy SolutionsMahmood Shirazy is the co-founder and CEO of Calogy solutions which is expanding quickly from a technology start-up to a serious player in the battery technology market. He obtained his Ph.D. from Université de Sherbrooke in thermofluids and thermal management. His research work has led to multiple research awards including the American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME) electronic and photonic packaging division (EPPD) student member of the year award for 2013 and the outstanding paper award in the conference InterPACK2013.
Partnerships Lead – Seed Fund and Quebec – Sustainable Development Technology Canada SDTCAnne Desgagniers is SDTC’s Ecosystem Lead for Quebec since September 2022 where she finances Quebec clean tech ventures. Before that she launched the SDTC Seed Fund nationally, financing close to 200 Canadian early-stage companies. She holds a law degree form University of Montreal and a Master in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics and Political sciences. She has worked in Washington D.C., Paris and London in various legal and business development roles in the telecom industry. She will speak about SDTC offering as a major funding source from Canadian government for clean tech.
Director of Operations OSCPAdvanced technology management and development leader with broad and deep experience in start-ups and SMEs, primarily leading advanced microsystems, MEMS and materials technology and business development. Adaptable, succeeding in all aspects of product development and commercialization.
Coordinator of Eco-responsible Projects and Eco-designed Processes at C2MIMr. Dequivre joined C2MI in 2017. He has an engineering degree in materials science from Polytech’ Paris-Saclay in France, with a specialization in materials for energy and sustainable development. He also has a doctorate in electrical engineering from the University of Sherbrooke since 2017. Thomas Dequivre is an expert on the challenges and opportunities of implementing sustainable and eco-design practices in the development of manufacturing processes. He will present how the C2MI aims to support its ecosystem to reduce digital technologies environmental footprint.
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