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BIS’2015

The fifth Inria@SiliconValley workshop with Californian partners

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The annual BIS  (Berkeley-Inria-Stanford) workshop is part of the Inria@SiliconValley program. It is co-organized by Inria and its partners in California.  The objectives of the workshop are to present the current status of ongoing scientific collaborations and to work on proposals for future ambitious joint projects. BIS’2015 is organized in partnership with CITRIS, The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (see the page of The Science Office @ the French Consulate in San Francisco) and will be hosted by CITRIS on May 12-14, 2015 on the University of California Berkeley Campus. The BIS program is structured so as to foster exchange among participants about ongoing as much as potential future collaborations. It also aims to foster exchange on key aspects of digital science.

BIS’2015  Agenda

Location: Auditorium, SDH Building

  • Wednesday May 13th : Full day of parallel working sessions to exchange about research collaborations in relation with the following application areas: Neuroimaging, Scientific computing, and Smart city. See the program here.

Location: Meeting rooms  240, 242, 254, SDH Building

Location: Auditorium, SDH Building

Registration

  • BIS Registration (includes registration for the “Who Owns the Data Conference’): Register here Deadline for registration is April 30th.
  • Important: If you only wish to attend the “Who Owns the Data” conference (may 14th only), please register at http://whoownsthedata.eventbrite.com/

Practical detail

  • Location: UC Berkeley – CITRIS Headquarters and the Banatao Institute @ CITRIS Berkeley, 330 Sutardja Dai Hall, MC 1764, Berkeley, CA 94720-1764.

See  CITRIS Visitor Information.

Related events

  • Inria Industry Meeting

You may want to consider attending the Inria-Industry Meeting that is organized in San Francisco on May 11th, 2015 and that will be focused on Smart City and Mobility Innovation. Registration here (free but mandatory).

  • 1st Inria Alumni Evening in the USA

The objective of this gathering is to give you the opportunity to meet and engage with other Inria Alumni and to share your “post-Inria experience” in the USA. Registration here (free but mandatory).

BIS’2015 Organizing Committee

  • BIS’2015: Hélène Kirchner, Valerie Issarny, Christine Morin, and Tania Castro (Inria)
  • Who Owns the Data: Camille Crittenden and Brandie Nonnecke (CITRIS), Valerie Issarny (Inria), Aparna Sain (EIT ICT Labs)