Tech for Good: A French vision for the 4th industrial revolution

Lecture | January 14 | 11 a.m. | 290 Hearst Memorial Mining Building

 Philippe Étienne, Ambassador of France to the United States

 Institute of Transportation Studies

Ambassador of France to the US, Philippe Etienne, for a special talk Tech for Good: A French vision for the 4th industrial revolution, on Jan. 14 in 290 Hearst Memorial Mining Building at 11 a.m. This lecture will also be live streamed on the ITS Berkeley Facebook page: and posted to the ITS Berkeley YouTube page:

Philippe Étienne is the Ambassador of France to the United States. He previously held numerous posts within the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, notably including Ambassador of France to Romania (2002-2005), Director of the Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs (2007-2009), Permanent Representative of France to the European Union (2009-2014), Ambassador of France to Germany (2014-2017) and most recently, Diplomatic Adviser to the President (2017-2019). Ambassador Étienne is an expert on the European Union and continental Europe. A graduate of the École Normale Supérieure and the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (“Voltaire” Class, 1980), Ambassador Etienne also holds the Agrégation (teaching diploma) in Mathematics, has a degree in Economics and is a graduate of the National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations (Serbo-Croatian). He is an Officer of the Legion of Honor and a Commander of the National Order of Merit.

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