Tania CASTRO

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Inria signs a Memorandum of Agreement with the I3 consortium, led by USC, toward the development of an Intelligent IoT Integrator

The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to change the world. It can change the way cities operate, interact with citizens, and drive economies forward. The majority of the IoT industry is aimed at application specific silos, customized solutions, and/or functionally targeted systems. These current efforts represent forward progress but the members of the I3 consortium …

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Inria International Partner: Paola Goatin (Inria) and Alex Bayen (UC Berkeley) formalize their cooperation on traffic management

Paola Goatin from Inria ACUMES team in Sophia-Antipolis, and Alex Bayen from UC Berkeley (ITS) formalized their on-going collaboration by declaring an “Inria International Partner” on “Optimal REroute Strategies for Traffic managEment” (ORESTE).     About Inria International Partner Inria research teams are welcome to declare an “Inria International Partner” in order to give visibility to a strategic on-going international …

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NETVA 2018: 2 Inria start-ups selected!

Supported by the scientific and technological services of the French embassies to the US and Canada, the NETVA programme (New Technology Venture Accelerator) helps young French businesses to find their feet across the Atlantic by introducing them to the contacts and resources they need to penetrate the North American market.   In 2018, about 100  …

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Associate Teams 2019 call: Deadline September 26th!

Inria’s European and International Partnerships Department (EIPD) launches the 2019 call for Inria Associate Teams.  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 …

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Focus on a joint research project: GOAL

GOAL (2015-2017) Geometry and Optimization with ALgebraic methods Principal Investigators:  Jean-charles Faugere, POLSYS project team, Inria Paris Bernd Sturmfels, U.C. Berkeley Research objectives: GOAL develops algorithms and mathematical tools to solve geometric and optimization problems through algebraic techniques. The long-term objective is to develop new software to solve more efficiently these problems. These objectives encompass: identifying instances of these …

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Focus on a joint research project: DECIBEL

  DECIBEL (Since 2016) Discover, Express, Create – Interaction Technologies For Creative Collaboration   Principal Investigators:  Wendy Mackay, ExSitu  project team, Inria Saclay research center Bjoern Hartmann, CITRIS, UC Berkeley Research objectives: Members of the DeciBel team focused on three key research objectives: Research collaborations with artists who push the limits of interactive technology to offer new insights into the design of interactive …

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Women in Tech Initiative @ University of California honored Women’s History Month

Established by the US Congress more than 30 years ago, National Women’s History Month is celebrated in March. This year’s theme, “Nevertheless, She Persisted,” honors women who have fought discrimination and advocated for equality in civil rights, reproductive rights, labor rights and wherever women’s contributions have been hindered or gone unrecognized. Take the tech industry: …

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Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action: Call for Individual Fellowships is open until September 12!

Are you a promising researcher looking for an experience working at Inria in France? The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF) may be just right for you. Individual Fellowships(IF) offer the opportunity to post-doctoral researchers (at any stage in their career) to secure their own funding to support their research and career development. Fellowships are intended to …

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European Research Council (ERC): the call for Advanced Grants is open until August 30th!

  The ERC supports excellent investigator-driven frontier research projects without predetermined research priorities. Scientific excellence is the sole evaluation criterion. Interested in Inria for hosting your ERC project? We will provide you individual advice and support throughout the process! Contact: contact-erc@inria.fr   ERC ADVANCED GRANTS for established research leaders with a recognized track record of …

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Focus on a joint research project: GeomStats

GeomStats (Since 2015)  Geometric Statistics in Computational Anatomy: Non-linear Subspace Learning Beyond the Riemannian Structure   Principal Investigators:  Xavier Pennec, EPIONE project team (formerly ASCLEPIOS), Inria Sophia Antipolis research center Susan Holmes, Stanford University, Department of Statistics Research objectives: The scientific goal of the associated team is to develop the field of geometric statistics with key applications in computational anatomy, …

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