Stéphane Crozat

Professor at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne, member of the Costech lab, working on relationships between humans, technology and society
Stéphane Crozat is a professor at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne, member of the Costech lab, working on relationships between humans, technology and society. He is member of associations working in the field of digital technologies and ethics : Scenari, Framasoft and Picasoft. He manages open courses on librecours.net and publishes his research papers on aswemay.fr, both under free licences. His current work is related to technology, ecology and conviviality. He published two science-fiction novels : Traces (2018) and Les Libres (2022).
Panel Debate: Building bridges between societal actors: which role for ICT in a faster transition?
The goal of this panel is to explore the perception of four sectors - namely academia, industry, politics and civil society - on the role of ICT in a faster transition. For this purpose, we gather five speakers with area of expertise in these different sectors. Participants will have the opportunity to challenge their vision, by asking them to position themselves on two commonly envisioned pathways for ICT in the transition: "Green ICT" and "ICT for Green". Concepts existing outside these two boxes will also be explored in the discussion, brought by both participants and speakers. This first part of the debate aims at reflecting on the compatibility – or incompatibility – of visions between the sectors, and the causes behind possible differences.

In a second time, we will explore existing and possible bridges / collaborations between sectors, regarding ICT trajectories. What currently hinders such collaborations, and what are the nature of the identified obstacles? We will try to point out concrete steps to enhance and increase such collaborations. Eventually, we will attempt to sum up the shared values or statements which could be used to build a "common vision" between the different sectors.

 Watch the panel here !