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October 2015


The 2016 call for Inria Associate Teams is now close and results will be published early 2016. 

As advertised on our web page "Funding opportunities", various grants may support collaborations between Inria teams and California Universities and Laboratories. 

In particular, the following calls are currently open:

France-Berkeley Fund, calls by the France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, STEM Chateaubriand Fellowships, and the Luis W. Alvarez Postdoctoral Fellowship in Computer Sciences (advertised in our September edition). 

We are also happy to:

- Bring you a summary of the CLOUDSHARE Associate Team contributions on cloud computing for large-scale applications over the most unreliable but also most powerful resources in the world, namely volunteered resources over the Internet.

- Report that two projets from our Inria colleagues of the EVA team and REALMS Associate Team compete in the semi-finals of the 2015 IPSO CHALLENGE! In this context we have interviewed Thomas Watteyne to further present his research, his collaboration with California and the IPSO Challenge.

Enjoy reading and feel free to share with us news for our future Newsletter editions!

Valérie Issarny, Scientific coordinator

On behalf of the Inria@SiliconValley team


Focus on a joint research project: CLOUDSHARE

France-Berkeley Fund – 2016 Call for Projects

France-Stanford – 2016 call for Collaborative Projects,Fellowships and Conferences

2016 call for STEM (Science,Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Chateaubriand Fellowships 


IPSO CHALLENGE 2015 semi-finals December 1st in San Jose, California: Two Inria-EVA team competing! 

Two projects proposed by the Inria-EVA team made it into the semi-finals of the 2015 IPSO CHALLENGE! The “IP for Smart Objects (IPSO) Alliance” holds an annual contest to show what is possible utilizing the Internet Protocol (IP) and open standards in building the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Interview: Thomas Watteyne, EVA research team and REALMS associate team, presents his research, his collaboration with California and the IPSO Challenge

Thomas Watteyne is an insatiable enthusiast of low-power wireless mesh technologies. He is a researcher at Inria in Paris, in the new EVA research team, where he designs, models and builds networking solutions based on a variety of Internet-of-Things (IoT) standards.

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