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MIXMOD (MIXture MODelling) is a software program for handling issues of density estimations, classification, or discriminant analysis.
Place : ENS-LYON - Site J. Monod, Amphi B
Guests : G. Celeux, Inria - F. Langrognet, CNRS - U. Franche-Comté - C. Ruckebusch, LASIR, U. Lille 1, CNRS - C. Biernacki, U. Lille 1, CNRS, Inria - S. Cohen, IPANEMA-SOLEIL - C. Maugis, IMT, INSA Toulouse, U. Toulouse - O. Delrieu, PGXIS, UK
To support its technology transfer operations, the research centre relies on several regional structures active in the field of development and technology transfer: GRAVIT (identifying and developing innovative technologies), GRAIN (business incubation), and PETALE (industrial development) in Grenoble, Lyon Sciences Transfert and the business incubator CREALYS in Lyon.
Anchored in a strong regional dynamic of technological innovation, the Grenoble research centre relies on the regional development and technology transfer structures to support its technology transfer actions and has developed strategic partnerships with large regional companies, such as Schneider, ST Microelectronics and CEA, in particular.
Technology transfer to SMEs is also realising its full potential in competitiveness clusters, such as Minalogic based in Grenoble, which is devoted to miniature smart systems, and Imaginove based in Lyon, specialising in image, video, and multimedia.
Established in Grenoble and Lyon since 1992, the Inria Grenoble – Rhône-Alpes Research Centre strives to promote the integration of its operations into the scientific settings of Grenoble and Lyon. It is involved in defining relevant local strategies by systematically supporting a partnership logic.
The rapid growth of information and communication technologies (ICT) involves an accelerated process of innovation relying more and more on a collaboration between public research and businesses. It is therefore natural for Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes to be heavily involved in national R&D programmes.
The creation of a technology company is an excellent way to convert research results into innovative economic activities.
Since 1998, Inria - Grenoble-Rhône-Alpes has created more than 20 start-ups in various fields of application: from communication infrastructure management to at-home personal assistance as well as 3D cinema and road traffic management.
Through its bases in Grenoble and Lyon, Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes is a major player in research and innovation in computational sciences in the Rhône-Alpes region. The research centre contributes especially to the fields of embedded software and imagery in Grenoble and to information technologies applied to life sciences in Lyon.
Based in the Inovallée science park in Montbonnot (near Grenoble), the research centre is also established in Lyon. It contributes to the dynamics of an economically thriving region.