The CNAM supports the organization of this congress in particular through the active participation of Luc Laurent, assistant professor at the LMSCC.
The Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers is the only higher education institution dedicated to lifelong vocational training in France and is thus a meeting place between the academic and professional worlds. The Cnam proposes training courses developed in close collaboration with companies and professional organizations in order to provide the optimum answer to their needs and to those of their employees. The Conservatoire steers 20 regional Centers and some 158 training Centers having their Head Office in Paris.
The Cnam welcomes in its 21 laboratories and 16 national teaching teams, 400 researchers and teacher-researchers, 360 PhD students and 130 research support staff. These research structures deploy their activities on a very broad spectrum of skills in human and social sciences, management sciences and engineering sciences. The Cnam laboratories are strongly involved in collaborations and partnerships with the socio-economic world and have acquired a strong international recognition, in particular by hosting many PhD students in co-supervision or guest researchers.