France-Atlanta 2020 event series at online webinar – October 1, 2020


Rejoins Consulate General of France in Atlanta and the Georgia Institute of Technology in October and November for the 11th edition of France-Atlanta.Sure October 1 at 6.30 p.m., this edition will begin with a virtual ceremony featuring the president of Georgia Tech Ange Cabrera and Jonathan Gilad, Advisor in ecology, sustainable development, energy and transport at the French Embassy in the United States. In a conversation hosted by Georgia Public Broadcasting Rickey Bevington, these two special guests will discuss how the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals have encouraged Franco-American cooperation.

This edition – which presents artists, researchers, business leaders and other experts from France and the United States – offers a multidisciplinary program of more than ten virtual events including:

  • A Franco-American dialogue on the ethical management of artificial intelligence
  • Transformative “French Tech” communities in the Southeastern United States
  • Global vaccine disruption: ensuring equitable access in the COVID-19 era
  • Transatlantic Trade Trends Webinar Series Organized by French Foreign Trade Advisors for the Southeast United States
  • Creation and creativity between humans and machines
  • Business opportunities in the game and film industries in France and Georgia
  • New MississippiS: Some Stories About Contemporary Ecologies
  • Impact on the Future Healthcare Landscape: Discussion with Dr. Bruce Lavin, Chief Medical Officer of BioSerenity
  • An exchange between the executive directors of the contemporary art museums of Atlanta and Toulouse
  • Educational series: Teaching students about humanitarian work in the French-speaking world

Discover all the events on our website:

See you soon !

Created in 2010 by the Consulate General of France in Atlanta and the Georgia Institute of Technology, France-Atlanta is an annual series of events focused on innovation and intended to promote Franco-American cooperation in the fields of culture, science, business and humanitarian affairs.


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