Associate Teams 2019: call for proposals is now open!

We are pleased to announce the publication of the 2019 call for proposals for the Inria Associate Teams program.

The full documentation of the 2019 call for proposals is available on the website: https://www.inria.fr/en/research/international-mobility/associate-teams/call-for-projects

The Inria researcher coordinating the project on the French side have to submit the online application form on the specific web site: https://drisi.inria.fr/eaEquipeAssociee/new

General timetable:

  • September 26th, 2018: Deadline for submission of joint proposals
  • November–December, 2018: Selection of projects
  • January 31th, 2019: Notification of grants and publication of results

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Opportunity 2018

chercheuse-post-doc_vignetteIn 2018 Inria offers 1 Post-Doc fellowship in the framework of EPFL-Inria International Lab. Dealine for application is May 11th, 2018.

The collaborative nature of the work should be clearly stated. Projects with an already identified candidate will have a higher probability of being selected. Although the research area is open, the theme of the EPFL/INRIA joint lab is “Systems for the Future Internet”. Projects falling within this theme (very broadly speaking) will be favored.

Candidates interested in the projects currently supported are welcome to submit their application to a post-doctoral fellowship. Candidates are strongly encouraged to get in touch with the PIs of these projects, either at EPFL, or at Inria.

Applications will include:

  • The summary sheet to be downloaded here;
  • Detailed CV including a description of the PhD work and a list of publications – and 2 selected publications;
  • Research program, work plan and planned visits during the postdoc, and planned duration of the post-doc (12 or 16 months) and the desired starting date (default start date is November 1st, 2018);
  • Motivation letter from the candidate;
  • Recommendations, including recommendation from the EPFL host and the Inria host.

Application must be sent by May 11th, 2018 to Julie Pomponne

Brain-computer interfaces: researcher Camille Jeunet’s thesis receives two awards

Camille Jeunet, who is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Inria Rennes, has received the Special Prize from the international jury of the graduate schools college of the University of Bordeaux for her thesis on brain-computer interfaces: “Understanding and Improving Mental-Imagery Based Brain-Computer Interface (MI-BCI) User-Training: Towards a New Generation of Reliable, Efficient and Accessible Brain-Computer Interfaces”.

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Associate Teams: 2018 call for proposals

We are pleased to announce the publication of the 2018 call for proposals for the Inria Associate Teams program.

The full documentation of the 2018 call for proposals is available on the website: https://www.inria.fr/en/research/international-mobility/associate-teams/call-for-projects

The Inria researcher coordinating the project on the French side have to submit the online application form on the specific web site: https://drisi.inria.fr/eaEquipeAssociee/new

General timetable:

  • September 27th, 2017: Deadline for submission of joint proposals
  • November–December, 2017: Selection of projects
  • January 31th, 2018: Notification of grants and publication of results

Two new Associate Teams

Inria is glad to announce the selection of 2 new Associate Teams within EPFL-Inria International Lab as part of the 2017 Inria Associated Team call. The 2 teams are created in 2017 for 3 years.

  • GOP – “Graph-based Omnidirectional video Processing” – SIROCCO Inria research team (Maugey Thomas) and LTS4, EPFL (Pascal Brossard)
  • IoTA – “Ultra-Low Power Computing Platform for IoT leveraging Controlled ” – CAIRN Inria research team (Olivier Sentyeis) and ICLAB, EPFL (Christian Enz)

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Opportunity 2017

chercheuse-post-doc_vignetteIn 2017 Inria offers 1 Post-Doc fellowship in the framework of EPFL-Inria International Lab. Dealine for application is April 15th, 2017.

The collaborative nature of the work should be clearly stated. Projects with an already identified candidate will have a higher probability of being selected. Although the research area is open, the theme of the EPFL/INRIA joint lab is “Systems for the Future Internet”. Projects falling within this theme (very broadly speaking) will be favored.

Candidates interested in the projects currently supported are welcome to submit their application to a post-doctoral fellowship. Candidates are strongly encouraged to get in touch with the PIs of these projects, either at EPFL, or at Inria.

Applications will include:

  • The summary sheet to be downloaded here;
  • Detailed CV including a description of the PhD work and a list of publications – and 2 selected publications;
  • Research program, work plan and planned visits during the postdoc, and planned duration of the post-doc (12 or 16 months) and the desired starting date (default start date is November 1st, 2017);
  • Motivation letter from the candidate;
  • Recommendations, including recommendation from the EPFL host and the Inria host.

Application must be sent by April 15th, 2017 to Anne-Marie Kermarrec and Willy Zwaenepoel with cc to Julie Pomponne.

3d annual EPFL-Inria workshop – February 7th and 8th 2017, at EPFL in Lausanne

rolexlearningcenterThe 3d annual EPFL-Inria workshop will take place on February 7th and 8th 2017, at EPFL in Lausanne.

See the preliminary program

Practical Information:
More information on the web site
Online registration (free but mandatory): a registration form is be available here.
A financial support to cover travel expenses can be offer to the members of Inria project-teams interested in attending the seminar. Please contact Anne-Marie Kermarrec

Associate Teams : 2017 call for proposals

Inria’s European and International Partnerships Department-EIPD launches the 2017 call for Inria Associate Teams proposals.

An Associate Team is a joint research project created between an Inria project-team and a research team from abroad.
The two partners jointly define a scientific objective with a clear added value for each of them, a research plan and a program for bilateral exchanges.

The Inria researcher coordinating the project on the French side (called the French Associate Team coordinator) must submit the online application form at: https://drisi.inria.fr/eaEquipeAssociee/new
Deadline for submission: September 30th!

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