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Good morning I think I really short it
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was mentioned at the beginning that the
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EPFL ice cream mission education
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research and outreach tech transfer in
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french batteries axial. So my vice
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presidencies in charge of from helping
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people to put to announce the
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inventions all making buttons contract
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with the industry supporting startups
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launch and contract collaboration in
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different form with a corporate and the
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next ultimate stage would be maybe to
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setup premises here on campus because
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we have a chance to have a compass
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where companies and laboratory can it
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change on a daily basis. So master
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students PHD students I I usually say
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that it's our first product smart
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products in fact at the PFL we we
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educate people students which become
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engineers and it's very important
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especially in this period of time we
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are now it's quite often we think that
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we should solve the problem that are
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two day in the industry but draw here
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as very advanced high tech engineers
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here to solve the problem of the twenty
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first century so it's your button gross
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it's a house it's an old she all this
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type of things you you see everyday in
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your study. And so that's why you are
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some special people for large
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corporate. But also for startups I
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think going into company. It's we are
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you bring your talent your idea your
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expertise. So that's why you are very
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appreciated by companies the companies
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have to compete in the global
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environment so here we is more than
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hundred twenty nationalities we also
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well position to make a a first step
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for company to get a certain
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understanding not only on technology
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but also maybe on the culture you can
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represent. So take disadvantage as a
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students when you go for an internship
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to bring not only your technical
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scientific expertise but also what you
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are what to can offer as the door
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opener for your way of saying there
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were in fact and IDNC eighty six
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already a pair first started to have a
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program trying to make a bridge between
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industry many small and medium
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enterprises and EPFL the idea was
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really too fine thailand's expertise in
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the labs to make sure that small and
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medium enterprises and continue to be
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very competitive in Switzerland we I
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bill to have this to standard of living
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and this competitiveness in term of in
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UI industry because we are very
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innovative and I always say that
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innovation is cheaper than competition.
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So that's the only way to survive in
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Switzerland because all the rest is
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more expensive than every anywhere else
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so we have a a an organisation and
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that's will be maybe the the first step
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to tooling projects what that are made
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with seen that not only a PFL but
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although so research institution or
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universities to make sure that this can
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be and also to some of the question of
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the small and medium enterprise and we
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will hear about that in few second but
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I think one way also for you doing an
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internship and have seen that some
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other start ups also present that to
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date as a potential partner for your
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internship is to go into a startup it's
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also a way to see how well you industry
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can emerge not only an existing from a
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company and that existing industry but
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sometime a computer to completely new
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field. So I think if you personally I I
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was working in the industry for many
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years. What you learn going into an
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industry and you have to so it's not
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only that you're also in one thing you
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are developing one technology or you
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are in one sector but you have to
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understand what is the closest and what
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is the value chain how making an F for
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improving something in one part can
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also make you more sustainable more
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maybe resilient in an industry which is
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changing all the time around you so we
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need smart people in all the companies
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in all the field of society and you all
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these people so your talents and we
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have system also to make contact with
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industry to get in contact with with
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the EPFL other industry the first one
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is I also I have the pleasure to
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introduce cat control she is a part of
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this organisation like it said Ally and
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so it's the ideals between the industry
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and the academic world in fact she's
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organising the what I would cool cool
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hunt for talons sort talents on so the
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question of the industry sometime it's
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also difficult because interest we have
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to explain what they are really looking
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for but you when you can do an
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internship it's probably a first step
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to try to its translate what are the
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needs of the industry into maybe
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scientific question or technological

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