ICA Rectors and Deans Forum Programme 19 & 20 October
Location: JUNIA ISEN BUILDING, 41, boulevard Vauban, Lille. (see the Joining Instructions map: entrance 14 of the BATIMENT ISEN, Room Co-working space on the ground floor)
THURSDAY 19 October
13.00 Registration & Buffet lunch
Arthur Mol, President of ICA & Rector Magnificus Wageningen University and Research, NL
Joop Lensink, Dean Academic Programmes, JUNIA grande école d’ingénieurs, Lille, FR
Session 1 Strategic Management Issues of AI for Life Science Universities
Chair: Alex Evans, School of Agriculture & Food Science, University College Dublin, IE
|14.10||Keynote: Impact of AI on Teaching and Learning now and in the next 5 years
Matthieu Laneuville, Program Manager AI, SURF Innovation Laboratory, Utrecht, NL
|14.40||Keynote: Impact of AI on Research now and in the next 5 years
Alistair Nolan, Senior Policy Analyst, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, OECD, Paris, FR.
Four short 10 minute interventions: Case Studies of "how my university/faculty is addressing the strategic management challenges of AI in research, innovation or education"
|17.10||Report back and Closure|
17.15 ICA General Assembly 2023 Follow up & ICA Excellence Awards
ICA GA Follow up
Report by the President and announcement of the result of GA decisions.
ICA Excellence Awards
Vice President introduces the ICA Excellence Awards, and the President makes the presentations to the Awards winners.
20.00 Forum Gala Dinner
19.45 Meet in the Novotel Grande Place and Crowne Plaza - EURALILLE hotels to be guided to the restaurant, if you are in other hotels please make you way to the restaurant.
Location: Restaurant L’Assiette du Marché, 61 rue de la Monnaie, 59000 Lille. www.assiettedumarché.fr
FRIDAY 20 October
Session 2 Strategic Management challenges for Life Science Universities of One Health Triad
|Chair: Athur Mol, Wageningen University and Research, NL|
|9.10||Keynote: Report of the outcomes of the three webinars focusing on the science of the One Health Triad.
Robbert Boudewijns, One Health Institute, KU Leuven, BE
see the video recording here
Keynote: The challenge to develop interdisciplinary education programmes focusing on the One Health Triad
Keynote: How university is addressing the strategic management challenges of One Health in research, education and society.
Four short 10 minute interventions: Case Studies of "how my university/faculty is addressing the strategic management challenges of One Health in research, education and in society
|12.30||Report back and closure|
14.00 - 17.00 JUNIA Roundtable addressing the One Health challenge
Come and share with staff from JUNIA how you are approaching the One Health challenge
Even though the One Health approach is receiving more and more coverage in the scientific community, it remains, like all approaches that aim to be transdisciplinary, a real managerial and operational challenge for pilots of these projects. How do we get communities of specialists to work together, each with their own expectations, their own fields of expertise (associated with their own vocabulary) and, above all, their own evaluation criteria?
The arising question is to consider how, at the level of our institution's governance, is it feasible to initiate research strategies and policies aiming at integrating the One Health issue into an innovative and transdisciplinary collaborative approach.
We invite all Forum attendees to a round table discussion. After a brief presentation of research programs conducted at JUNIA (14.00 - 15.00) on the issue of One Health (human, animal, plant, and environment health) through transdisciplinary approaches, we will invite participants to share their experience and to reflect on the best methods to pave the way to successfully develop strategic partnerships to address One Health.