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Inria & Consortia
This consortium is in charge of the MUMPS software, a reference solver for sparse linear systems from the world of digital simulation, combining digital robustness, parallelism and a large processing capacity whilst limiting resolution times and the consumption of computing resources. The consortium was created by Inria, the university cluster INPT, CERFACS (European Centre for Research and Advanced Training in Scientific Computation), thegrande école ENS Lyon and the Université de Bordeaux, and gathers together eight industry members.
Inria & les consortia
The aim of this consortium is to promote Pharo software and its ecosystem, enable the definition of its road map and provide support to the developers and the user community. Among the members of this consortium are industrialists such as Synectique, Thales, Lifeware but also academics such as Inria, the Faculty of Information Technology in Prague and Smalltalk's Fundación Argentina.
Inria is pleased to announce the launch of the scikit-learn initiative, whose objective is to speed up, with the support of user companies, the development of this reference software by adding new functionalities. Scikit-learn is a library developed in Python, an object-oriented programming language. It is dedicated to statistical learning (machine learning) and can be used as middleware, especially for prediction tasks.
Cybersecurity is a serious and urgent collective challenge. Cyber threats, closely linked to the digitisation of society, increasingly affect our lives. It is therefore essential to ensure the European Union’s digital security and strategic autonomy by strengthening its most significant capacities. This challenge demands the coordination of the EU’s greatest skills to achieve common objectives in research and innovation.
Born at Inria research center, in Rennes, Brittany, France, over a decade ago, OpenViBE is one of the world's leading software platforms for processing EEG signals, designing Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) and conducting research in real-time neuroscience. As the tool has gained maturity and now caters to a vast community of users, Inria plans to open its management to external parties through a non-profit consortium. The move will enable to pool resources, fund dedicated engineering staff and thus guarantee OpenViBE's viability in the long haul.
- Traitement des signaux
- Mensia Technologies
- INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
- Jussi Lindgren
- David MArgery
- Fondation inria