Lydia Montandon is working at Atos Spain as business development director for the Atos Research and Innovation (ARI) group. Her role is to look for opportunities to exploit and commercialize R&D projects’ outcomes.
She is also in charge of ARI’s Communication and Innovation Management Strategy. She has 18 years of experience in coordinating and participating in more than 40 R&D projects in the fields of Technology-enhanced Learning, eInclusion, eHealth and International Cooperation.
She holds a MBA in Sustainable Development and Diplomacy from the EUCLID University, and a MSc in Learning and Teaching Technologies from the University of Geneva, Switzerland. She is currently the coordinator of the CrowdHEALTH research and innovation project (Collective Wisdom Driving Public Health Policies), develops the marketing strategy of the social media analytics service Capturean.com and is a member of the EIT-Health Knowledge Innovation Centre Supervisory Board.
The WATIFY campaign is an initiative, funded by the EC, to support the implementation of actions on digital entrepreneurship, and digital transformation of industry and enterprises, in particular SMEs, as well as the implementation of the European strategy to boost the industrial deployment of Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) in Europe. The campaign is aimed at boosting technological transformation through digitization and the uptake of advanced technologies. It specifically targets SMEs, notably in manufacturing, healthcare, finance and creative industries as well as mechanical engineering, construction, tourism, retail and agro-food, which can drive economic and/or social value by creating and using novel digital and advanced technologies.
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