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Inria international chair
Since September, Professor Miguel Anjos has been sharing his time between Polytechnique Montreal and the Inria Lille - Nord Europe research centre. He is currently the holder of an Inria international chair which allows him to collaborate with the Inocs research team for a period of five years. His mission: to study the optimisation of smart electrical distribution systems, more commonly known as “smart grids”.
The members of the Inocs research team, Diego Cattaruzza, Maxime Ogier and Frédéric Semet, in collaboration with Nabil Absi and Dominique Feillet of the École des Mines de Saint-Etienne took first place in the scientific prize category of the 2016 ROADEF/EURO Challenge organized in cooperation with Air Liquide. The ceremony was held on February 23, 2017 at the ROADEF conference in Metz.
Inria Innovation Labs
The Inocs research team and the start-up Colisweb have just launched anInria Innovation Lab namedColinocs.The Inria Lille - Nord Europe centre is working closely together with innovative SMEs, through bilateral contracts and/or research framework contracts, called Inria Innovation Lab, by focusing on the R&D issue of an SME.
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After an initial collaboration contract signed in July 2015, aimed at optimising and automating the assignment of loads to transporters, Inria and the company Colisweb decided to continue their partnership by launching, in November 2016, an Inria Innovation Lab. Its aim: to continue improving the transporter management solution and develop income management modules.