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(Interview) Democratizing urban data: a way to shape the future of our cities

Valérie Issarny - © Inria / Photo S. Tetu - La Company

Valérie Issarny is Senior Research Scientist at Inria (French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control) working at the Paris Rocquencourt Research Center in the area of distributed software systems, from software architecture to new protocols and algorithms, especially for mobile distributed systems. She is acting as scientific manager for the program Inria@SiliconValley, …

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CITRIS-Inria-PRIME: Partnership on Smart Cities Research and Open Innovation

Inria, CITRIS and PRIME strike a partnership to accelerate the development of ambitious research and experimentation initiatives on issues relating to urban centers. Mrs. Genevieve Fioraso, French Minister for Higher Education and Research, witnessed the signature of this Memorandum of Understanding. Researchers from Inria and CITRIS will expand their existing relationship and leverage PRIME’s network …

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NETVA 2014 Edition

The NETVA program is an initiative of the Consulates General of France in Boston and San Francisco and the Embassy of France in Washington to support French innovative startups in their search for opportunities in the United States and to help them understand the regulations and market of American technologies. NETVA allows young French innovative …

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Two new joint research projects with Californian universities

Willow Project Team

Inria is glad to announce the selection of 2 new joint research project with Californian universities (UC Berkeley and Stanford) in the framework of the “Inria Associate Team” 2013 call. Both research projects will be launched in 2014 for 3 years. The Inria@SiliconValley program counts 17 ongoing joint projects in 2014. COMFORT led by Prof. …

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Valérie Issarny, winner of the “Étoile de l’Europe” prize 2013

Valérie Issarny, Research Director at Inria’s Paris-Rocquencourt research centre and scientific coordinator of the Inria@SiliconValley program starting 2014, was presented with her award at the French launch of the Horizon 2020 programme, which took place on Monday 16 December 2013. The Étoile de l’Europe accolade rewards French teams that coordinate European projects as part of the research …

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Open call for STEM Chateaubriand fellowship

STEM Chateaubriand Fellowship (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathamatics) 2015-2016 The STEM Chateaubriand Fellowship program targets outstanding Ph.D. students enrolled in an American university who wish to conduct part of their doctoral research in a French laboratory for a 4 to 9 month period. The Office of Science and Technology provide a stipend of up to …

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Inria International Chairs: three professors from Californian universities

Inria launched in 2013 the “International Chairs” program in order to offer to international prestigious researchers the possibility of long visits (twelve months along five years)  in Inria Project Teams. For the 2013-2017 period, Inria will welcome two professors from Californian universities: Prof. Victor Vianu, UC San Diego – Inria Research Team DAHU at Saclay – …

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The Smart City : Inria and CITRIS chosen by the cities of Paris and San Francisco to conduct research.

The cities of Paris and San Francisco have respectively chosen Inria (Research Center Paris-Rocquencourt) and the University of Berkeley in California to carry out joint research on the smart city. Sharing the will to become world leaders in creating smart and sustainable cities, the mayors of both cities signed a cooperation agreement on March 20, …

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Inria, a gateway to Europe

“The fact that ICSTs are present in every business sector makes them a very promising field for the future. We need talented and creative researchers in this field, which goes to the very core of today’s most pressing social and human problems. Researchers are driving knowledge and innovation forward through working with scientists all over …

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Strengthening collaborations with Berkeley and Stanford

“Inria has strong connections with American and Canadian laboratories, because of their involvement, similar to Inria, in research and innovation. We are already involved in a large number of collaborations, but paradoxically they are still spread out. Our aim is therefore both to strengthen collaborations and to give them cohesion through a joint research program. …

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