Reinhold Ewald, Astronaute - ESA, Président du jury

Born in Mönchengladbach, Germany, he received diploma in experimental physics from the University of Cologne in 1983 and the Ph.D. in 1986, with a minor degree in human physiology.

In 1990, he was selected to the German astronaut team, training for the Mir '92 mission. He was the backup of Klaus-Dietrich Flade for the Soyuz TM-14 mission. In 1995 he began training for the second German Mir mission. In February 1997 he flew to the space station Mir with Soyuz TM-25, spending 20 days in space. He performed experiments in biomedical and material sciences, and carried out operational tests in preparation for the International Space Station.

In February 1999, he joined the European Astronaut Corps at the European Astronaut Centre (EAC) in Cologne, Germany.

From 2006 to 2011, Ewald headed the Flight Operations Division within ESA’s ISS Operations department at the Columbus Control Centre near Munich. In this role, he directed a team of ESA Mission Directors managing the Columbus laboratory delivery flight in February 2008 and the Columbus science activities thereafter.

He served as an Advisor to the Head of Director General’s Cabinet at ESA’s headquarters in Paris from 2011 to 2014, followed by a position at the European Astronaut Centre in Cologne, promoting the scientific achievements of the ESA research programme on the International Space Station.

In September 2015 he was appointed as Professor for Astronautics and Space Stations at the Institute of Space Systems (IRS) at the University of Stuttgart as the successor to Ernst Messerschmid.[1]

He is married and has three children. He enjoys reading and spending time with his family, and performs with an amateur theatre group. His main sports are soccer and he holds a black belt in karate.

Michel Tognini, Astronaute – ESA

Michel Tognini enrolled at the French Air Force Academy, Salon de Provence, France, graduating with an engineering degree in 1973. Tognini attended the Empire Test Pilots School, Boscombe Down, United Kingdom, in 1982, and the Institut des Hautes Etudes de Defense Nationale in 1993-94.

Tognini served from 1974-1981, as an operational fighter pilot in French Air Force, flying SMB2 and Mirage F1 aircraft. Tognini was then posted to the Cazaux Flight Test Center, France, initially as a test pilot and subsequently as chief test pilot. Tognini has 4500 flight hours on 80 types of aircraft (mainly fighter aircraft including MIG 25, TUPOLEV 154, LIGHTNING MK 3 and MK 5, METEOR, and F 104

Tognini made his first space flight on board the Soyuz TM-15, TM-14 (July 27 to August 10, 1992). He linked up with Mir 1, spent 14 days carrying out a program of joint Soviet-French experiments. Tognini flew aboard Space Shuttle Columbia on STS-93 (July 22-27, 1999), as a Mission Specialist, to assist in the deployment of the Chandra X-Ray Observatory,. Mission duration was 5 days.

On May 1, 2003, Brigadier General Tognini was appointed Head of the Astronaut Division at the European Astronaut Center (EAC), Cologne, Germany. Then on March 1, 2005, he was appointed Head of the European Astronaut Centre.He came back to France in November 2011, and became the president of the GAMA  ( Groupe Aéronautique du Ministere de l'Air); he continued to participate to studies linked to Human Space Mission to Mars or to asteroids. He is President of Space conseil and expert APM (Association Progrès du Management).

SABINE MOSCATI, Architecte, directrice des opérations Elizabeth Naud et Luc Poux architectes associés et Enseignante ensapvs

After studying at the School of Architecture of Paris Seine (UP9), and a diploma focused on the density of the Parisian islets and the compactness of the city, Sabine MOSCATI made her weapons in various agencies where she apréhende and sharpens its sens of detail, simplicity and obviousness. At Franck Hamoutène workshop first then at the Elizabeth NAUD and Luc POUX studio, in which she is now studies’s director. She teachs also at the National School of Paris Val de Seine where she supervises undergraduate and graduate students.

His multi-faceted reflections particularly focus on the future of the sustainable city, the research on living in all environments, the urban prospective and more generally the ecological transition in the respect of raw materials, territories and their history. humans who inhabit them.

Après des études à l’école d’architecture de Paris la Seine (UP9), et un diplôme axé sur la densité des îlots parisiens et la compacité de la ville, Sabine MOSCATI fait ses armes dans divers agences où elle  apréhende et aiguise son sens du détail, de la simplicité et de l’évidence. A l’atelier Franck Hamoutènne d’abord puis dans l’agence d ‘Elizabeth NAUD et Luc POUX, au sein de laquelle elle dirige dorénavant les études. Elle est également enseignante à l’école nationnale supérieure de Paris Val de Seine ou elle encadre des étudiants de license et de master à l’atelier Marco TABET.

Ses reflexions multipes  s’oreintent particulièrement sur le devenir de la ville durable, les recherches sur l’habitait dans tous milieux, la prospective urbaine et plus généralement la transition écologique dans le respect des matières premières, des territoires et de leur histoire, des etres humains qui les habitent.

Jacques-Franck Degioanni, Journaliste et architecte - Chef du service "Architecture & Urbanisme" - Le Moniteur

Jacques-Franck Degioanni, born in 1960, is graduated in architecture and Philosophy.  Since 2000, he is journalist at the « Moniteur des Travaux Publics et du Bâtiment », head of the « Architecture et Urbanism » department

Jacques-Franck Degioanni, né en 1960, est titulaire d’un diplôme d’architecte DPLG et d’un DEA de Philosophie. Depuis 2000, il est journaliste intégré à la rédaction du Moniteur des Travaux publics et du Bâtiment, chef du service « Architecture et Urbanisme ».

Raphaël Menard, architecte ingénieur, Président - Elioth

42 years old, lives and works in Paris. Degree in engineering at the Ecole Polytechnique(1994), degree in civil engineering at the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (1999) and government certified architect at Ecole d’Architecture de Paris Belleville (2003). He started his professional career with RFR as an engineer-architect working on projects such as the Simone de Beauvoir footbridge in Paris (with focus on solving dynamical behavior for this 200m-span lightweight steel structure) and the design of the glass canopy of the Strasbourg train station (geometry and structural concept).

In 2003, he founded Elioth. This multidisciplinary team works on innovation design, highly related to architecture and urbanism. Elioth concentrated cutting edge engineering on lightweight structures and facade engineering; Elioth is also well-known for sustainable expertise on energy and climate design at building and neighborhood scale. At Elioth, Raphaël works also on implementation of territorial strategies with urban planners and landscape architects. Elioth is also involved into several institutional research program, including carbon neutrality strategies. 

Ingénieur de l’Ecole Polytechnique (X94), ingénieur civil des Ponts et Chaussées (1999) et architecte DPLG (Paris-Belleville, 2003). 42 ans, 2 enfants, habite Paris et travaille à Montreuil. Débute son activité professionnelle chez RFR en tant qu’architecte-ingénieur en travaillant notamment sur les projets de la passerelle Simone de Beauvoir à Paris (en particulier sur la résolution des problèmes vibratoires) et la conception de la verrière de la gare de Strasbourg (géométrie et schéma statique).

En 2003, il fonde Elioth. Cette équipe multidisciplinaire intervient en maitrise d’œuvre d’innovation et à haute valeur ajoutée, fortement connectée à l’architecture et au design. Depuis 2011, il est aussi directeur de la prospective du groupe Egis auprès du P-DG. Fin 2014, est créé 169-architecture, un laboratoire dédié à l’architecture et l’urbanisme très bas carbone, en lien étroit avec Elioth.


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