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Conception Collaborative (CC)

Les travaux du domaine de compétences Conception Collaborative visent à comprendre et modéliser les interactions entre experts-métiers participant à la conception de produits manufacturiers et/ou des services associés, et à proposer des supports (fondés sur les représentations métiers), des outils (intégrés aux environnements des concepteurs) et des méthodes (intégrées à l'organisation de l'entreprise) pour faciliter ces interactions. [En savoir plus]

Sujet de thèse, Post Doc et Ingénieurs de recheche

PhD/ post doc position : Knowledge Capture and Reuse for the Model-Based Design of Open Source Hardware

The Collaborative Design group of the G-SCOP UMR CNRS laboratory at the Grenoble Institute of Technology seeks to fill a PhD position that is part of the Open!Next Horizon2020 European project. The project Open!Next – which gathers research centres (Grenoble INP/G-SCOP, TU Berlin, University of Bath…), co-creation facilities (Fablab Berlin, Underbroen/Maker, Waag society, Dansk Design Center…), product data management organisations (Fraunhofer IPK, Wikimedia DE, Wikifactory Ltd…), and enterprises (OpcTec Gmbh, Styjja, Sono Motors Gmbh…) – aims at enabling small and medium-sized enterprises to engage in company-community-collaboration for means of development and market exploitation of open source hardware products and related-services.

Contacts :
Jean-François Boujut
Romain Pinquié




The European infrastructure Visionair "VISION Advanced Infrastructure for Research calls for the creation of a European infrastructure for high level visualisation facilities that are open to research communities across Europe and around the world. By integrating existing facilities, Visionair aims to create a world-class research infrastructure for conducting state-of-the-art research in visualisation, thus significantly enhancing the attractiveness and visibility of the European Research Area (ERA).With more than 20 members across Europe participating, VISIONAIR offers facilities for Virtual Reality, Scientific Visualisation, Ultra High Definition, Augmented Reality and Virtual Services.


The major aims of this project are to provide SMEs operating within Collaborative Networks (CNs) in industrial clusters, with a novel cost-effective approach and associated tools to enhance innovation within their organisations. This will be achieved by focusing on the following objectives:
  1. developing an improved understanding of the knowledge-base, capacities and mechanisms that generate Absorptive Capacity (ACAP) of SMEs embedded in CNs
  2. operationalising the concept of ACAP by developing a maturity-assessment tool to enable SMEs to measure their absorptive capacity and gauge their performance
  3. providing SMEs with an organising tool based on novel serious gaming and socialisation techniques that model ACAP practices in innovation projects to implement best practices and enhance SMEs’ reflexivity.


The focus of this project is on research, development and exploitation of new or emerging technologies (e.g. 3D and augmented reality technologies) for digital content creation to support the creative and media industries and for unlocking complex information and media and interacting with them.


The German and the French national research foundations DFG and ANR co-finance a joint project open source product development. The total funding amounts to approximately 780,000 €. Researchers are planning to develop an open design platform which aims at combining and organizing the knowledge and skills of contributors in open source design projects.


mise à jour le 11 octobre 2019

  • Tutelle CNRS
  • Tutelle Grenoble INP
  • Université Joseph Fourier
  • Tutelle UMR
Université Grenoble Alpes