Quantum information technologies are going to hit hard. But where and how? Let’s organize ourselves collectively to find the best answers to this question.
Quantum sensors and radars: why is everyone talking about them, and should we expect upheavals from these new technologies?
Cryptography is the most mature area of quantum information technology, and the expected advances in this field will have a major disruptive effect.
Quantum information technologies are currently raising an impressive hype. But what is really behind the announcements?
For the oil & gas sector, the creation of a low-carbon hydrogen market opens up new prospects, including for their R&I function.
Is it reasonable today to expect a technological breakthrough in hydrogen storage?
Do the technological roadmaps integrate the fact that the question of batteries goes far beyond that of the electric vehicle?
While the intelligent factory remains a major technological theme, the road to it is not an easy one. Where do the different industrial sectors stand in this respect?
3D printing is currently looking to expand well beyond its current technological niches. Can it become a general-purpose technology, generating new innovations?
The French nuclear sector is repositioning itself to apply hard-earned lessons and prepare the industrial future of this technology.