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Associate Teams (joint research projects)

PARIETAL Team © Inria / Photo Kaksonen

© Inria / Photo Kaksonen

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

An Associate Team has a lifespan of three to six years, with a contribution from Inria to finance exchanges of researchers and students between the partners. The research work plan and the scientific achievements of each Associate Team are regularly reviewed by the European and International Partnerships Department. Inria launches an annual call for joint research project between an Inria project-team and an American research team.

Since its beginning the Inria@SiliconValley program has supported a total of 36 joint research projects.

In 2020, Inria@SiliconValley fosters 14 on-going joint research projects (associate teams).

On-going Associate Teams (2020)

Joint research activities in the framework of the “Associate Team Program” .In 2020 the program counts 14 ongoing joint projects on several topics: Digital Health  Perception, Cognition and Interaction Networks, Systems and Services Distributed Computing Applied mathematics, computation and simulation – click here to view the full list of  supported joint projects since 2011 – Joint projects …

Associate Teams supported from 2011 to 2017

Joint research activities in the framework of the “Associate Team Program” supported over the 2011-2017 period From 2011 to 2017,  the program supported projects in three main scientific domains: New Computation & Data Analysis Approaches  Computing & Communication for the Future Internet .  Content & Supporting Learning Technologies Joint Projects on “New Computation & Data Analysis Approaches”   …

Archive: Complete list of supported associate teams

Associate Team Research Focus Partners Principal Investigators Dates AC/DC Soft robotics, mechanical modeling of deformations, robotic design Stanford University Christian Duriez, Inria  DEFROST & Allison Okamura, Mechanical Engineering Dept. Stanford University Since 2019   AQUARIUS  Advanced methods for uncertainty quantification in compressible flows Stanford University Pietro M. Congedo, Inria CARDAMOM & Gianluca Iaccarino, Dpt of Mechanical Engineer, …