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The news was officially released during the launching ceremony on 29 April: the new Scilab Consortium has taken off, devoted to the development of a free, open-source scientific computing platform. The Consortium became part of the Digiteo foundation on 1 July 2008. Now, its new status will enable it to free itself from the constraints of scientific research projects to take on new challenges in industry.
The meeting Digiteo will be held on Tuesday, November, 10th, 2015, at 14:30, Building 660 – Claude Shannon, LRI, at Gif-sur-Yvette. Nicolas J. Higham, mathematician, university professor at the School of Mathematics of Manchester University, will speak about «Recent progress in the computation of matrix functions ».
Place : Bâtiment 660 – Claude Shannon, LRI, Gif-sur-Yvette
Guest(s) : Nicholas John Higham
The next Digiteo Seminar will take place on 16th November 2015 at 2:30 pm in the amphitheater Janet at Supélec.
It will be presented by Richard Stallman, President of Free Software Foundation.
Place : Supélec, Amphithéâtre Janet
Guest(s) : Richard Stallman
Since 2008, Inria has been supporting a new form of partnership: teaching and research chairs. Working in collaboration with scientific and industrial partners, these chairs are aimed at strengthening fields that are crucial for technological development and innovation. This collaboration has already given rise to two ambitious projects: a research chair with Schneider Electric and a chair with the Ecole Polytechnique and the EADS foundation.
- Fondation EADS
- Integrative research centre
- Academic partnerships
- Turing prize
- Model Checking
- Schneider Electric
A considerable proportion of the research conducted at Inria Saclay - Ile-de-France is geared towards meeting the technological needs of businesses. This is why we are constantly liaising with the socio-economic players in the region.