Category: Innovation

Mar 22 2018

Interview: NETVA 2017 laureate Gilles Fedak, CEO of iExec, presents his start-up

Created in 2010 by the Office for Science and Technology at the French Embassy in the United States, NETVA (New Technology Venture Accelerator) is a mentoring program tailored for young, innovative French companies hoping to discover or better understand the inner-workings of the North American high-tech market. For the 3rd consecutive year Inria partners with the program: the deadline for “made-in Inria” …

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Mar 21 2018

Interview: NETVA 2017 laureate Arnaud Laprévote, CEO of Lybero.net presents his start-up

Created in 2010 by the Office for Science and Technology at the French Embassy in the United States, NETVA (New Technology Venture Accelerator) is a mentoring program tailored for young, innovative French companies hoping to discover or better understand the inner-workings of the North American high-tech market. For the 3rd consecutive year Inria partners with the program: the deadline for “made-in Inria” …

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Feb 25 2018

NETVA 2018 edition (New Technology Venture Accelerator) in partnership with Inria

Inria partners with the NETVA mentoring program so as to promote the participation of Inria startups. (see interview of 2017 laureate Arnaud Laprévote, CEO of Lybero.net and Gilles Fedak, co-founder of iEx.ce at the end of the article) Created in 2010 by the Office for Science and Technology at the French Embassy in the United States, …

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Dec 21 2017

NETVA 2017: 2 “made in Inria” start-ups (Lybero.net and iEx.ec) took off for the United States!

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.   For the 2017 edition …

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Dec 21 2017

Retrospective: Inria@SiliconValley in 2017

As we are about to enter 2018 with a renewed will to continue strengthening Inria’s collaboration with California partners, let’s have a look on the events that made 2017 yet an another exciting year for Inria@SiliconValley!    

Dec 21 2017

1967-2017: Inria celebrated its 50th anniversary!

In 2017 Inria celebrated its 50th anniversary. While remembering all the men and women who, from 1967 to 2017, have made Inria what it is, we shall also be looking ahead to what the future may bring. Inria wants to take the opportunity afforded by this anniversary to think about the digital world in which …

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Oct 13 2017

Interview: Jack Fuchs, lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Stanford University, was invited to give a 2-day seminar at Inria.

Jack Fuchs is a CFO, Entrepreneur, Mentor and Investor, who also teaches entrepreneurship at Stanford University in the graduate engineering school. He was invited by Eric Horlait, Inria’s Deputy CEO for Transfer and Industrial Partnership, to give a 2-day seminar in Paris to share his knowledge and experience with Inria’s Technology and Transfer Officers. We asked …

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Sep 14 2017

Presenting the Smart Marina project at the VIVA Tech trade-show (video)

Thomas Watteyne, EVA Inria research team and Ziran Zhang, Inria@SiliconValley Post-Doc, attended the VivaTechnology trade-show in Paris last  June to promote the SmartMarina project. The goal of the project is to build a system composed of sensors deployed all over the marina, and advanced software to monitor the occupation of moorings, and the electricity and water consumption on each spot. The result …

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Jul 03 2017

NETVA 2017: 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 2017, 107 young innovative …

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May 05 2017

CITRIS-Inria APPCIVIST project wins “Chancellor’s award for public service” in collaboration with the city of Vallejo

The AppCivist project of the Social Apps Lab at CITRIS (Connected Communities Initiative) in partnership with Inria, has won the 2016-17 Chancellor’s Award for Public Service in the category of Campus-Community Partnership in collaboration with the City of Vallejo. All award recipients were honored at an awards ceremony and reception on May 2, 2017 in Krutch Theatre on the Clark Kerr campus …

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