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L'innovation pétillante
Swiss Tech Convention Center
EPFL
Ecole polytechnique
fédérale de Lausanne
Suisse

13 novembre 2013
de 14h à 18h


Cet événement est sur invitation.
Inscription possible par courriel


Equipe

  • Darcy Christen

    TEDxCHUV Curator

  • Nicolas Liechti

    Look & feel

  • Bertrand Tappy

    Social Media

  • Fabienne Pini-Schorderet

    Communications

  • Linda Henry

    Set Design

  • Valérie Gaspoz

    Hospitality

  • David Monti

    Broadcast

  • Ivan Pinard

    Location Management

  • Aris Zenone

    Graphic Design


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TEDxCHUV - Sparkling Innovation - l'Innovation pétillante


Affiche TEDxCHUV 2014

Les conférences TED rassemblent les talents pour partager et discuter des idées qui façonnent l'avenir. Notre thème cette année est "Sparkling Innovation - l'Innovation pétillante".


Vous êtes cordialement invités au TEDxCHUV 2014 qui se tiendra le

Jeudi 13 novembre 2014
de 14h à 18h
au Swiss Tech Convention Center - Lausanne (campus EPFL).


Programme

  • Maria de la Paz, voix, et Ignacio Lama, guitare
    Argentine

    Petite, à Buenos Aires, sa chambre plonge sur une artère à cinq voies. Maria de la Paz est née dans l'effervescence d'une capitale et d'une grande famille d'intellectuels. Elle est la septième fille. Autour d'elle volètent des histoires de grand-père fantasque, de soirées de chant avec ses soeurs, d'effusion de tendresse. D'épreuves aussi. L'Argentine!

  • Jocelyne Bloch
    Bringing brain cells back home

    Could you imagine that our brain cells are able, after a journey in the lab, to come back home with a precise mission: To help our brain recover after stroke.

  • Francine Behar-Cohen
    No market, go away!

    Each day, medical doctors are confronted with diseases for which there is no cure. For the ophthalmologist, what to do? Should I let this person go blind? How can I do something or contribute to build scientific knowledge that could ultimately help? But medical research is costly and as useful as it could be for the patient, finding finances for drugs that cannot ensure a high return on investment can be a tough marathon. So maybe we need to think differently?

  • Jocelyn Corniche
    Saving lives, one app at a time

    People die every day because of the lack of organ donors. Find out how your Smartphone can help solve the problem.

  • Grégoire Loretan
    Democratizing access to space

    S3 has a vision: To enable emerging markets, countries, universities and research institutes to do what has not been possible for them up to now, deploy their own satellites.

  • Georges Coukos
    Lana Kandalaft
    New trends in immunotherapy

    How will we cure cancer in the future? Just getting the body to learn to defend itself!

  • Jean Bourhis
    Nicolas Péguret
    Super-gating (or The Secret)

    When it comes to lung cancer, radiation-oncologists are faced with a permanent challenge: how can they treat tumors which are constantly in motion, simply by virtue of every breath the patient takes. Until now, the only option involved hospitalization and general anesthesia. But there is a much better way.

  • Jean-Daniel Tissot
    Une odyssée sanguine

    Le sang est porteur de mystères et de valeurs multiples, au carrefour des mythes et des symboles. L'explorer est un voyage hors du commun, qui traverse les horizons biologiques, porté par le globule rouge, étrange poussière d'étoile qui nous permet de respirer et de vivre.

  • René Prêtre
    And in the middle beats the heart

    For the scientist, the heart is a pump that makes blood circulate in the body. The cardiologist's and the surgeon's action is meant to preserve this fantastic source of energy and to optimize the circuit. For the poet, the heart has a lyrical dimension: It is the symbol of love and life, our two most precious possessions. This talk is aimed to get an insight on the central position of the heart in our body ... and in our life!

  • Valérie D'Acremont
    I am not only a diagnostic machine

    What could this febrile child be suffering from? Health workers in Africa face such questions every day. To have in hand an electronic device with sensors could revolutionize their practice, enhancing their clinical cleverness while still working under the tree.

  • Gian Domenico Borasio
    It's not about dying

    Palliative care is about living, not dying. The fact that we will die is the only certainty that we have in life. Looking back on their lives, dying patients share their insights with us and thus teach us how to live. All we need to do is to listen.