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Open Source Innovation Spring

The Open Source Innovation Spring (OSIS) is the event for scientific and technological excellence in the field of free and open source software. Set up by GTLL (Systematic’s thematic group on free and open source software) and Irill (Research and Innovation on Free Software), OSIS aims to showcase the international reach of projects developed thanks to French research and innovation. This year, the event takes place from Thursday 11 May to Monday 26 June 2017.

  • Date : 11/05/2017 to 26/06/2017

Why come?

  • Expand and deepen your knowledge of a range of technologies that are key to companies’ digital transformation and competitiveness by interacting directly with the creators of these technologies and those pioneering their use ;
  • Discover, ahead of the market adoption curve, the academic and industrial innovation projects whose impact will be felt in years to come.
  • Gain an understanding of how to make immediate use of this knowledge when tackling the problems in your field – from the strategic vision down to the details of implementation that are rarely mentioned, but often crucial.
  • Meet like-minded participants and develop new collaborations.

Click on the headings for each day to see the detailed schedule

Thursday 11 may - Open Source and security for Internet of Things

9am–6pm/CNRS, Paris

Overview: For the connected object industry, the integration of the open source ecosystem is both a necessity and a guarantee of longevity. The security of these new developments is also a fundamental issue, and will be addressed in the afternoon.

Event directed by Pierre Ficheux (CTO, Smile-ECS), Mehdi Ammi (Associate Professor, Paris-Sud University/LIMSI-CNRS) and Isabelle Fantoni (Director of Research, CNRS).

Friday 12 may - Blockchains – Technical reality and scientific prospects

2pm–7pm/BPIFrance, Paris
Overview:  There has been a proliferation of technologies and ideas surrounding blockchains, raising many scientific and technical issues. From an analytical point of view, it is a question of qualifying these protocols in terms of functions and security. From a constructive point of view, the academic world gives us a glimpse of the future, with greater potential yet to come. This day will incorporate these two perspectives, with talks from academics as well as from companies that are already positioned for the next round.
Event directed by Daniel Augot (Inria) and Fabrice Le Fessant (Inria, OCamlPro).

Wednesday 17 may - Languages and tools for reliable software

2pm–5pm/IRILL, Paris

Overview: Improving the reliability of software makes it possible not only to reduce risks for users, but also reduce costs for designers. Modern languages and analytical tools can provide considerable assistance to the developer during what is often a thankless task.
Event directed by Emmanuel Chailloux (LIP6/UPMC, Irill) and Roberto Di Cosmo (Irif, Irill, Inria, UPD).

Tuesday 23 may - Open Source for the Cloud

10am-5pm/ESIEA, Paris

Overview : Open source is present throughout cloud technologies, and this day will provide an academic and industrial insight into these two technologies. We will examine the optimisation of the resources managed by these technologies, how application architecture can be designed using microservices, and the problems generated by network virtualisation linked to virtual machines and containers.
Event directed by Hervé Leclerc and Jonathan Rivalan (Alter Way), Christophe Sauthier (Objectif Libre) and Gilles Muller (Inria).

Tuesday 30 may - Frama-C & SPARK Day - Formal Analysis and Proof for Programs in C and Ada

9am-5pm/Buffon amphitheatre, Paris

Overview : This one-day workshop aims at gathering both academic and industrial users of the environments Frama-C and SPARK, for sharing experiences and discussing perspectives. It is co-organized by CEA List, AdaCore, Inria joint lab ProofInUse, and Université Paris-Diderot.  workshop will take place in the context of the event `Open Source Innovation Spring 2017' initiated by thematic group `Logiciel libre' of the cluster Systematic-Paris-Region and IRILL (`Initiative de Recherche et Innovation sur le Logiciel Libre').

Event directed by Yannick Moy (AdaCore) ; Claude Marché (Inria Saclay) ; Florent Kirchner and Nikolai Kosmatov (List CEA Tech) and Mihaela Sighireanu (Université Paris-Diderot).

Monday 12 june - PyParis

9am-6pm/ESILV, Paris

Overview : The PyParis conference (June 12-13 2017) is a gathering of users and developers of tools written in the Python programming language. Our goals are to provide Python enthusiasts a place to share ideas and learn from each other about how best to apply the language and tools to ever-evolving challenges in the vast realm of data analytics, cloud computing, web application development, IoT, scientific computing, etc. We aim to be an accessible, community-driven conference, with tutorials for novices, advanced topical workshops for practitioners, and opportunities for package developers and users to meet in person. A major goal of PyParis is to provide a venue for users across all the various domains of information technology and computer science to share their experiences and their techniques, as well as highlight the triumphs and potential pitfalls of using Python for certain kinds of problems. This year, we will have the following tracks:

  • Data analytics ("PyData") and scientific computing (including a special track dedicated to scikit-learn)
  • Apps and cloud computing
  • Core Python
  • Education

More information coming soon with a dedicated website.

Event directed by Stéfane Fermigier (Abilian) and Gaël Varoquaux (Inria).

Tuesday 13 june - Scikit-Learn days

9am-5pm/ESILV, Paris

Overview : The scikit-learn days will unite a community of users and developers doing machine learning and data science in Python. The goals are to provide Python enthusiasts a place to share ideas and learn from each other about how best to apply the language and tools to ever-evolving challenges in the vast realm of data management, processing, analytics, and visualization. We aim to be an accessible, community-driven conference, with tutorials for novices, advanced topical workshops for practitioners, and opportunities for package developers and users to meet in person. Our goal is to provide a discussion forum across all the various domains of data analysis to share experiences and techniques on data as well as progresses of libraries.

Event directed by Alexandre Gramfort (Telecom ParisTech) and Gaël Varoquaux (Inria)

Monday 26 june - OW2con'17 - New Challenges of Mainstream Open Source Software

9am-6pm/Orange Labs, Paris (Chatillon)

Overview : OOW2con'17 is the annual community event of the OW2 community. It will bring together technology experts, software architects, IT developers, project managers and decision-makers from all around the world. The conference program will cover a wide range of topics, including privacy and security, accessibility, open cloud, IoT and mobility, enterprise application platforms, software quality and market readiness, business models and project governance. Attend OW2con'17 for two days of useful and insightful project presentations, demonstrations, roundtables, keynote presentations, plus free lunch and, this year, aspecial 10th anniversary celebration dinner party!
The call for presentation is open until May 5.

Event directed by OW2, Cedric Thomas , the OW2 Technology Council and the OW2 Management Office .

Keywords: Open Source Innovation Spring Inria Saclay - Île-de-France Big Data Cloud IoT Blockchain

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