The workshop has been organized by Professor Kavé Salamatian.
As for preceding events, this year there were two days of scientific presentations and discussions with plenary sessions and distributed sessions among the six working topics of the cooperation.
During the first day, a presentation on funding opportunities from both Japanese and French side was made by Dr. Christine Morin, Inria’s Director of European and International Partnerships Department.
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In addition to them, one day has been dedicated to policy aspects, geopolitics and behavioral norms in the cyberspace.
This third day has opened the cooperation to ” non-technical ” groups that are more interested on the policy aspects of cybersecurity. It was also the occasion to go deeper into seeing which concrete cooperation can be launched in the context of Olympic Games in Japan in 2020 and in France in 2024.
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The event is also announced in the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation’s Newsletter on page 29. You can find the announcement by clicking here.