Symposium organised in the framework of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, on Wednesday 8 June 2022 from 9 am, Salle Hugot at Institut de France - Registration required.

Francis-André Wollman, member of Académie des sciences, CNRS emeritus research director

Martin Andler, ICE- Citizens in Europe initiative, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Robert Barouki, Université Paris Cité
Frederic Barras, Institut Pasteur
Leon Barron, Imperial College of London
Elisabeth Cardis, ISGlobal, Barcelone
Andréa Crisanti, Padua University
Xavier Darcos, Chancelier of Institut de France
Marc Duverne, Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale
Héloïse Dufour, Cercle FSER – Schlumberger foundation for education and research
Alain Fischer, vice-president of Académie des sciences
Marc Fontecave, member of Académie des sciences, Collège de France Foundation
Michel Goldman, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Stefan Jansson, University of Umea
Bartlomiej Kurcz, HERA, European commission, Brussels
Vincent Marechal, Sorbonne Université
Isabel Marey-Semper, Independant administrator
Michel Marian, ICE
Gertjan Medema, Delft University
Delphine Moralis, Philea - Philanthropy Europe Association, Brussels
Sophie Szopa, Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace
Alain Tedgui, ICE
Robert Vautard, Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace
Bernard Wach, ICE
Francis-André Wollman, member of Académie des sciences, CNRS emeritus research director

This symposium brings together scientists, philanthropists and EU stakeholders to better understand the prerequisites for a rapid “science-based” response to an environmental or health crisis. We will attempt to identify the conditions under which private initiatives aimed at the public good can effectively complement institutional responses.


Registration is required

Due to the limited number of seats available, all registrations will not be accepted. A confirmation by email will be sent to you to confirm your registration.