The Office for Science and Technology
The Science Office in San Francisco is specifically devoted to the study of the following sectors: energy, IT and life sciences.
- To promote the French S&T with US actors, and with science expats, by organizing events, by publishing local or topical newsletters;
- To watch scientific breakthroughs, investments and innovations in key domains, by networking with academic people, agencies, scientific associations, think-tanks and other R&D decision-making circles;
- To report to France, via cables, weekly notes, embassy reports,
- To sustain existing scientific partnerships and build new ones by organizing visits of experts and seminars on common interest topics, by promoting the annual calls of the French-US joint endowments or funds;
- To foster doctoral mobility of students and researchers, in particular with our flagship program Chateaubriand, and other incentives.
Jean-Baptiste BORDES - Attaché for the Science & Technology Office
(415) 591 4831
Maxime BENALLAOUA - Deputy Attache for the Science & Technology Office
Raegen SALAIS-FABRE - Logistic manager
Consulate General of France
88 Kearny Street – Room 600
San Francisco, CA 94108
P: (415) 397-4440
F: (415) 591-4830