Thursday, November 14, 2019
15:45 Panel discussion

Global Trade Tensions: a zero-sum game for all ― is there a way out?

Chair Emir Demircan
  • Olivier Coulon, Consultant / Associate, DECISION Etudes & Conseil
  • Olivier Coulon

    Olivier Coulon
    Consultant / Associate
    DECISION Etudes & Conseil

    Olivier Coulon

    Olivier Coulon started his professional life in 2007 as assistant to the Chief Economist at STMicroelectronics. He joined DECISION in 2008 as a consultant specialized in electronics and aerospace, defense & security industries.Olivier Coulon is in charge of the database and forecasts on the electronic equipment sector, and as such is project leader for the annually updated World Electronic Industries report and the analyses of the world electronic value chain.More particularly he directs all DECISION’s work in the fields of aerospace, defence and security, as well as data processing and smartphones.Olivier Coulon is DECISION’s privileged contact with the European Commission, with DG-ENTR for the contracts covering security, and with DG-CONNECT for the contracts covering electronics and components.Olivier Coulon has a Master in Economic Science from the University of La Sorbonne (Paris).

  • Jan-Peter Kleinhans, Project Director ICT Supply Chain Security & Geopolitics, Stiftung Neue Verantwortung
  • Jan-Peter Kleinhans

    Jan-Peter Kleinhans
    Project Director ICT Supply Chain Security & Geopolitics
    Stiftung Neue Verantwortung

    Jan-Peter Kleinhans

    Jan-Peter Kleinhans is director of the project IT Security in the Internet of Things (IoT). Currently his work focuses on the intersection of global semiconductor supply chains, IT security and geopolitics. He has a special interest in the security and resilience of our future mobile networks – 5G.After joining SNV in 2014 Jan-Peter analyzed why the market failed to produce reasonably trustworthy consumer IoT devices. He explored if and how standardization, certification and market surveillance can create economic incentives for IoT manufacturers to produce secure and trustworthy IoT devices.Jan-Peter presented his work on 5G security at the German parliament's committee on foreign affairs, the NATO parliamentary assembly and at the United Nations. He is Fellow of the Transatlantic Digital Debates 2016 and studied communication sciences in Uppsala, Sweden and business informatics in Darmstadt.

15:55 European Commission (TBC)