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OCamlPro has developed its blockchain, solving many Bitcoin limitations.
OCamlPro has developed its own blockchain, in collaboration with a US partner. The new blockchain, developed in OCaml, solves many limitations of Bitcoin blockchain, unfortunately still often proposed, and provides much higher guarantees in terms of security and safety.
The blockchain is one of the emerging technologies. It could revolutionize several sectors of the economy, starting with the banking and insurance sectors. The Utocat start-up, pioneer and expert in this field, has called on Inria in order for make advances in applied research with regard to this cutting-edge technology. A fruitful partnership, even if it was not a foregone conclusion.
Inria annonces a partnership with the Tezos Foundation, which has just announced its support for the OCaml Foundation, and has committed funds for a group of experienced Inria researchers to review the Tezos codebase.
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.
The Avalon research team, a joint team between Inria, CNRS, ENS de Lyon and the University Lyon1, in collaboration with the start-up Stimergy, is proposing a new distributed Cloud approach. This approach notably opens up prospects in the field of optimising the use of data centers with a reduction in their environmental footprint.
2017 Activity Report
Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, robotics, health, environment, security and privacy, culture and education, connected society...Let’s discover the 2017 Inria Activity Report as a comic strip series which presents the Inria researches and highlights the impact of the digital revolution cross all areas of society.
- Security and privacy
- Artificial intelligence
- Annual Report
- Activity Report
Blockchain: Inria and the start-up Utocat push forward research on smart contracts and transaction management
For the last year, the Rmod* project team, from the Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center, has been working with the start-up Utocaton the blockchain. Through three recent publications, the two partners are demonstrating the dynamics of the research carried out as part of this collaboration. Moreover, several other publications are currently in the process of being prepared. In parallel, theUtocat- Inria collaboration is intensifying with a new research agreement recently signed with another team from the center: the Inocs* team.
Signed on 6 March 2018 in Paris, this framework agreement puts into effect the creation of the BART joint research initiative (Blockchain Advanced Research & Technologies): a first in France in the field of the Blockchain. Around 30 researchers from four institutions are pooling their expertise and research efforts in order to remove the scientific obstacles linked to this disruptive technology, under a common roadmap defined for a duration of six years.
The first scheme of its kind in France, the BART (Blockchain Advanced Research & Technologies) research collective, which brings together the Inria institute, the Télécom ParisTech and Télécom SudParis engineering schools and the SystemX technological research institute, has just launched its own website!
- IRT SystemX
- Telecom ParisTech
- Telecom ParisSud
- Inria Saclay - Île-de-France
- Daniel Augot
- Jean-Daniel Fekete
The next Blocksem seminar, dedicated to Blockchain technologies, will be held on Thursday 22 November at the Inria Saclay Research Centre - Île-de-France (Gilles Kahn room). The speakers for this new session are Yannick Seurin, from the Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information , and Juan Garay, from Texas A&M University.
Place : Centre de recherche Inria Saclay - Île-de-France, Bâtiment Alan Turing, 1 rue Honoré d'Estienne d'Orves - 91120 Palaiseau (Salle Gilles Kahn)
Guest(s) : Juan Garay (Texas A&M University) & Yannick Seurin (Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information)