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Berkeley-Inria-Stanford 2011 (BIS’11) is a joint workshop hosted by CITRIS, Berkeley Campus, on May 23-24, 2011 and co-organized by CITRIS and Inria in partnership with Berkeley and Stanford Universities. BIS’11 is the first workshop launched within the framework of the joint research program Inria@SiliconValley.
Place : CITRIS, Berkeley Campus, CA - USA
The second workshop Berkeley-Inria-Stanford 2012 (BIS’12) is hosted by Inria, in Paris, on May 21-22, 2012. It is co-organized by UC Berkeley, Inria, and Stanford University, in partnership with CITRIS and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. BIS’12 is part of the joint research program Inria@SiliconValley.
Place : Cap15, 3 quai de Grenelle - 75015 Paris - France
The 6th Inria@SiliconValley workshop will takes place in Paris on June 8-10, 2016 in Paris and co-located with the Futur en Seine Festival, offers a one-day international conference on “Digital sciences and technologies for health”.
Place : Paris - Centre de Recherche Inria de Paris et Mairie du 3ème arrondissement (Futur en Seine)
The precursor of today’s Internet, ARPANET was created by the US Department of Defense in 1969. However, it was in France and in Inria’s laboratories that some of the basics of the packet-switching protocol were invented four years later. The researcher Gérard Le Lann – a key stakeholder in this project led by Louis Pouzin – looks back at this invention that laid the foundations for the TCP/IP protocol, which has become the fundamental building block of the Internet!