Founded in 2013, Neovia Innovation is a research and innovation consulting company that works in the digital field and has in-depth knowledge of the ecosystem of national and European research and innovation programmes. With its technical and scientific expertise, Neovia Innovation works at the core of emerging projects and subjectss (software, high performance computing, e-health, smart city, artificial intelligence, bigdata, etc.) and implements multi-partner collaborative projects.
Former evaluators and experienced in the various European funding instruments (H2020, CEF, AAL, Interreg, Erasmus +, etc.), the consultants of Neovia Innovation accompanied several dozen of projects, from 1 to more than 50 participants, with budgets up to EUR 22 million.
The aim of the company is to contribute to the development of engineering and science by assisting public and private actors in the success of their projects.
Our approach is based on long-term commitment and relationship.
Chief Executive Officer
Béatrice Bernaud-Pau is an agricultural engineer, with a degree in Urban Planning from Sciences-Po Paris.
She has extensive experience in financing, strategy and preparation of complex projects.
Thierry Bidot graduated in Mathematics and Numerical Analysis.
He has led multiple teams and collaborative digital and technological R&D projects in French and Anglo-Saxon organisations.
Consultant with over 10 years experience, Corentin Lefevre graduated in Computer Science, History and Sociology.
He has managed a broad variety of collaborative R&D projects, with a predilection for projects combining digital and sustainable development.
Emilie Germetz has a Master's in Communication and International Management.
She has carried out numerous missions in scientific project management and communication, both event and digital.
Caroline Blanke graduated in International Politics and Economics.
She has coordinated and promoted numerous projects in the field of research and central government, in particular on environmental, climate and digital issues.
Florian Piffet has a degree in Negotiations, Diplomacy and Project Engineering.
He has participated in managing several French and European collaborative R&D projects in the digital and HPC field, notably in the context of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).