Speakers from the world's largest organisations will share their needs & experiences with many world first announcements. Learn of the requirements and case studies from end users and hear all about the latest innovations from companies across the value chain. In total, hear insights from 250 speakers.
The Case For Diversity: Increasing Inclusion In Tech - A Panel Discussion
Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany
Room details: TBA
Maïté Rielland is currently leading the Biomaterial and Bioprinting team in L'Oréal Advanced Research. Bachelor in Biology, she specialized during her Master in development and stem cells. Obtained her PhD at the French National Institute of Agronomical Research where she studied the defects which arise after nuclear transfer in mouse cloned embryos, focusing in the establishment of culture protocols for in vitro cell models. Afterwards, during her postdoc, she spent 1 year at Mount Sinai Medical Center then 3 years at the New-York University (NYU) Medical Center investigating 2D and 3D in vitro models. In 2014, she joined Advanced Research L'Oréal tissue Models team to establish new skin tissue models and install the Bioprinting platform.
L'Oréal has devoted itself to beauty for over 100 years. With its unique international portfolio of 34 diverse and complementary brands, the Group generated sales amounting to 26.02 billion euros in 2017 and employs 82 600 people worldwide. As the world's leading beauty company, L'Oréal is present across all distribution networks: mass market, department stores, pharmacies and drugstores, hair salons, travel retail, branded retail and e-commerce.
Research and innovation, and a dedicated research team of 3 885 people, are at the core of L'Oréal's strategy, working to meet beauty aspirations all over the world. L'Oréal's sustainability commitment for 2020 "Sharing Beauty With All" sets out ambitious sustainable development objectives across the Group's value chain.