On-going Associate Teams

PARIETAL Team © Inria / Photo Kaksonen

PARIETAL Team
© Inria / Photo Kaksonen

Joint research activities in the framework of the “Associate Team Program”

.In 2018 the program counts 14 ongoing joint projects on:

click here to view the full list of  supported joint projects since 2011 –


Joint Projects on “New Computation & Data Analysis Approaches”

  • On-going projects on “New Computation & Data Analysis Approaches” in 2018:
Associate Team Research Focus Partners Principal Investigators Dates
Num4SEP  Numerics for Spherical Electroporation    UC Santa Barbara Clair Poignard, Inria MONC

& Frederic Gibou, Dpt of Mechanical Eng., U.C. Santa Barbara

Since 2017

Joint projects on “Computing & Communication for the Future Internet”

  • On-going projects on “Computing & Communication for the Future Internet” in 2018:
Associate Team Research Focus Partners Principal Investigators Dates
COMPOSITE  Compositional System Integration  UC San Diego Jean-pierre Talpin, Inria  TEA

& Rajesh Gupta, Microelectronic Embedded Systems Lab, U.C. San Diego

 Since 2017
DALHIS
Data Analysis on Large Heterogeneous Infrastructures for Science LBNL Christine Morin, Inria MYRIADS

& Deb Agarwal, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, U.C. Berkeley

Since 2013
DECibel  Discover, Express, Create – Interaction Technologies For Creative Collaboration UC Berkeley Wendy Mackay, Inria ExSitu 

& Bjoern Hartmann, CITRIS UC Berkeley

Since 2016
DIVERSITY Measuring and Exploiting Diversity in Low-Power Wireless Networks  Univ. of Southern California Thomas Watteyne, Inria EVA

& Bhaskar Krishnamachari, Univ. of Southern California, Autonomous Networks Research Group (ANRG

 Since 2016
DrIVE Distributed Intelligent Vehicular Environment – Enabling ITS through programmable networks UC Santa Cruz

and

FEEC at UNICAMP (Brazil)

Thierry Turletti, Inria DIANA

& Katia Obraczka, UC Santa Cruz

& Christian Esteve Rothenberg, INTRIG Team FEEC/UNICAMP

 Since 2018  **New project**
MINES 

 

Adaptive Communication Middleware for Resilient Sensing & Actuation IN Emergency Response Scenarios UC Irvine  Valerie Issarny, Inria MIMOVE& Nalini Venkatasubramanian, UC Irvine  Since 2018  **New project**
REALMS Real-Time Real-World Monitoring Systems UC Berkeley

& Univ. of Michigan

Thomas Watteyne, Inria EVA (Initially HIPERCOM2),

Steven Glaser, U.C. Berkeley

& Branko Kerkez, Uni. Michigan

 Since 2015 **Project renewed for 3 years**

Joint projects “Content & Supporting Learning Technologies”

  • On-going projects on “Content & Supporting Learning Technologies” in 2018:
Associate Team Research Focus Partners Principal Investigators Dates
GeomStats Geometric Statistics in Computational Anatomy: Non-linear Subspace Learning Beyond the Riemannian Structure Stanford University Xavier Pennec, Inria EPIONE (formerly ASCLEPIOS)

& Susan Holmes, Stanford University

Since 2015 **Project renewed for 3 years**
LargeBrainNets Characterizing Large-scale Brain Networks Using Novel Computational Methods for dMRI and fMRI-based Connectivity Stanford University Demian Wassermann, Inria PARIETAL (formerly Inria ATHENA)

& Vinod Menon,  Stanford Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience Laboratory

Since 2016
LEGO LEarning GOod representations for natural language processing Univ. of Southern California (formerly with  UCLA) Aurélien Bellet, Inria MAGNET

& Fei Sha, University of Southern California, Dpt of Computer Science (formerly with TEDS,UCLA)

Since 2016
Meta&Co (formerly MetaMRI)  Machine learning for meta-analysis of functional neuroimaging data  Stanford University Bertrand Thirion, Inria PARIETAL 

& Russ Poldrack, Stanford University

 Since 2015 **Project renewed for 3 years**
SNOWBALL (formerly SNOWFLAKE) Discovering knowledge on drug response variablity by mining electronic health records (formally Knowledge Discovery from Linked Data and Clinical Notes)  Stanford University Adrien Coulet, Inria ORPAILLEUR

& Nigam Shah, Stanford University

Since 2014
SWAGR  Statistical Workforce for Advanced Genomics using RNAseq  RAND Corporation   Boris Hejblum, Inria SISTM& Denis Agniel, RAND Corporation, Statistics group   Since 2018  **New project**