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On 24 June 2013, Michel Cosnard, Chairman and CEO of Inria, and Vinton Cerf, Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist of Google, signed a general partnership agreement.
Inria and the Canadian organisation Mitacs finalised their exchange partnership in late July. It will enable Canadian graduate students and Inria PhD students to do research in France and Canada, respectively.
Inria, a computational sciences research institute and Fing, the new generation internet foundation, wish to cooperate on a project entitled "Outlook, digital sciences and society". Philippe Lemoine, Chairman of Fing, and Michel Cosnard, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Inria, have today signed a partnership agreement to meet the challenges of the digital society of tomorrow.
Since its creation, the research centre has developed a policy of extremely close collaboration with the local actors in Brittany and Pays de Loire.
Inria places great importance in the transferring of its research to benefit industry. This process has a major impact on the economy and also, in general terms, society. In order to promote research upstream with industry, the institute has created a system of shared laboratories with long-standing partners. These laboratories have been created with a view to removing technological barriers on major, well-defined subjects. Each partner dedicates significant human resources.
- Microsoft research
- Alcatel Lucent
- Communication network
- Microsoft Research
- Self-organised network
- Reliability security
- Formal method
- EIT ICT Labs
- Joint laboratory
- Green Touch
- Bell Labs
Since its creation, the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France centre has been involved in European projects, be it as the coordinator or as a participant alongside other partners.
In addition to its natural collaborations within the European Union, illustrated by its strong presence in the EU's Research and Development Programmes (FPRD), Inria Saclay - Île-de-France participates in a large number of collaboration projects throughout the world. These mixed projects are created through the personal contacts of individual researchers and teams, or through bi- or multi-lateral agreements.
Partnership - Microsoft, Andrew Herbert, Michel Cosnard, Valérie Pécresse
After three years of a collaboration that has produced a great deal of recognised and promising scientific findings, Microsoft and Inria are confirming the continuance of their partnership. With Valérie Pécresse, French Minister for Higher Education and Research, and Steve Ballmer, Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft in attendance, Michel Cosnard, Chairman and CEO of Inria and Andrew Herbert, Director of Microsoft Research Cambridge, signed a fresh agreement renewing the running of their joint research centre for a four year term.
- Microsoft research
- Joint research centre
- Valérie Pécresse
- Steve Ballmer
- Press release
- Michel Cosnard
- Andrew Ballmer
Inria and Cemagref pool their expertise in order better to understand the complexity of environmental phenomena
Michel Cosnard, Inria Chairman and CEO, and Roger Genet, CEO of Cemagref, have signed a partnership agreement strengthening collaboration between the two organisations on applied research projects concerning environmental problems. This agreement demonstrates the multi-disciplinary approach required of scientists faced with complex environmental problems. The synergies between environmental sciences and computational sciences will be a powerful lever to help meet the challenges posed by global changes and to ensure sustainable development.
Bull and Inria launch a strategic partnership to tackle the challenges of future exascale supercomputers
Michel Cosnard, Chairman and CEO of Inria (the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control), and Philippe Vannier, Chairman and CEO of Bull, have signed a partnership agreement to carry out joint research in High-Performance Computing (HPC). The main aim of this partnership – between a leading research lab and one of the industry leaders in its field – is to help overcome the challenges posed by the coming generation of ‘exascale’ supercomputers. A roadmap has already been set out, enabling the teams involved to work together on supercomputer architecture, software environments and services.