Since 2019, the CREIDD organises the 3S Seminar: Sustainability of Socio-Technical Systems, in partnership with the GIS S-mart and the EcoSD network.

Originally in 2019, the 3S seminar was created to communicate on transition-related topics to UTT students and staff, and more particularly to Master's students in the Engineering and Management of the Environment and Sustainable Development (IMEDD) programme, UTT doctoral students following the Transition module of the Sociotechnical Systems (SST) speciality at UTT and doctoral students at GIS S.mart and the ECOSD network.

The ambition of today's 3S seminar is to widen the number of participants (local actors, companies, associations, etc.). During the last editions, the different speakers have succeeded one another to lead the conferences, workshops and round tables.
 

The 3rd edition

This edition will focus on third places and the question raised will be : Third places, a lever for value creation in territories?

The 3rd edition of this seminar will be held online on 14 and 15 January 2021.
 

Timetable

Programme S3S 2012 journée 1
Programme S3S 2012 journée 1

Programme S3S 2012 journée 2
Programme S3S 2012 journée 2


What happened in the past years?

The ambition of today's 3S seminar is to widen the number of participants (local actors, companies, associations, etc.). During the last editions, the different speakers have succeeded one another to lead the conferences, workshops and round tables.
 

The second edition in 2020

The second edition, in 2020, organised by Estephania Delgadillo, Anne-Laure Capomaccio and Tatiana Reyes, had as its theme Low-Techs:

  • "Low tech, wild design, frugal innovation, transition engineering", by Victor PETIT -Université de technologie de Troyes
  • "Rethinking digital in the planetary limits", by Gauthier ROUSSIIHE - designer and researcher on/for a limited earth
  • "Démachiniser les services Économie de fonctionnalité́ (centred on people and organisations)", by Benjamin SERRA, École des Mines de Saint-Étienne
  • Round table, with Chris MCMAHON, Victor PETIT and Gauthier ROUSSIIHE
  • Social and Solidarity Economy "Relocating without losing the right scale effects", by Malgorzata LEKAN - Hull University
  • "Sobriety(s): when living in it makes the subject", by Nathan BEN KEMOUN - Université Paris-Dauphine
  • Round table, with Benjamin SERRA, Nathan BEN KEMOUN and Malgorzata LEKAN
Presentations by Victor Petit  and then Benjamin Serra.
Presentation by Gautier Roussihe and round table.
Presentations by Malgorzata Lekan and Nathan BEN KEMOUN and round table two.

The first edition in 2019

The first edition, in 2019, was organised by : Estephania Delgadillo, Santiago Perez and Tatiana Reyes. This edition focused on the themes of Anthropocene and Strong Sustainability, and featured presentations by the following personalities:

  • "Circular economy: what opportunities for companies and territories?", by Murielle Diaco (founder and president of the DJOUMAN platform),
  • Round table: "What actions for a change in society towards sustainability?" with Pauline Marty and Serge Rohmer (Associate professor from CREIDD -UTT), Maud Rio (Associate professor at Grenoble Alpes University - G-Scop Laboratory), and Murielle Diaco.
  • "Strong sustainability: state of the art and research programme for the evaluation of sociotechnical alternatives." by Guillaume Mandil (Associate professor at the University of Grenoble Alpes - G-Scop Laboratory - INRIA STEEP team) and Jean-Yves Courtonne (post-doctoral student at Inria Grenoble - STEEP team),
  • "Collapsing the end of sustainable development: pragmatism, destauration, crumbling" by Diego Landivar (Director and co-founder of Origens Media Lab, co-founder of Closing Worlds Initiative and Associate Professor),
  • "Capabilities, sustainability and territory" by Nicolas Buclet (Professor at Grenoble Alpes University, PACTE),
  • "Designing a sustainable future" by Nadège Troussier (Professor, head of the CREIDD/UTT research team).