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Project Manager, Skywin Wallonie


After a PhD in Physics with a specialization in materials science, I worked for a few years in international groups (AGC, EDF). Then, I joined InnovaTech where I was in charge of the management of technological innovation and the setting up of innovation projects within Walloon SMEs. Finally, for almost 3 years, I have been working for the Skywin competitiveness cluster active in aeronautics, space, defense, and drones where I am in charge of the implementation of collaborative innovation projects and the follow-up of the regional project WINGS (Wallon Innovations for Green Sky) which for more than 3 years has enabled the Walloon aeronautical industries to pursue their research efforts to preserve or improve their positioning about the competition, and thus to participate in the achievement of the ambitious objective of decarbonization of aeronautics.

About Skywin Wallonie: 

Skywin's Mission To sustain and strengthen both technological progress and operational excellence to meet the global challenges of the Walloon aerospace industry by developing knowledge, employment, and competitiveness for all current and future players in the ecosystem of the aerospace industry in Wallonia. Support for the regional strategy Innovation Economic growth Talent development Internationalization By 2025, to make Wallonia a region internationally recognised for its world-class competitive, academic, technological, and industrial research environment, in the cluster's fields of technology, by enhancing synergies between research and industrial players and consolidating the fabric of the Walloon supply chain for the major clients in high-added-value niche markets. Context of the Competitiveness Clusters The Walloon competitiveness clusters were set up in 2006 as part of the Marshall Plan, and bring together large companies, SMEs, universities, colleges, and research centers for implementing industrial projects. The aim is to support and create businesses and jobs. The clusters also aim to raise the international profile of the Walloon industry.