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Inria and OSEO join forces to support the development of innovative SMEs in the field of ICST and software

4/05/2010

Michel Cosnard, Chairman and CEO of Inria, and François Drouin, Chairman and CEO of OSEO, have signed a partnership agreement for a period of three years. The two organisations are joining forces to strengthen innovation by SMEs in the field of ICST and software.

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An increasingly wide network of partners

The Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique research centre is involved in the establishment of the European research area and develops numerous European and international scientific and academic collaborations.

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Training through research

Inria Paris-Rocquencourt is involved with several doctoral schools and also helps to organise various schools for young researchers.

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R Programmes

The rapid growth of information and communication technologies (ICT) involves an accelerated process of innovation relying more and more on a collaboration between public research and businesses. It is therefore natural for Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes to be heavily involved in national R&D programmes.

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Partnership between WPI and Inria

AB - 24/11/2016

A special ceremony has been held in Vienna on November 21, 2016 for supporting an increased cooperation between France and Austria in MINT (Mathematics, Informatics, Natural sciences and Technology) : during this event, the Wolfgang Pauli Institute (WPI) and Inria have signed a cooperation agreement.

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An extensive partner network

Inria Paris-Rocquencourt develops close scientific partnerships with international teams and many higher education and research establishments from the Île-de-France region.

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Antoine Petit in Chile

10/02/2017

Inria's chairman and CEO travelled to Chile to strengthen ties with Inria's centre there and meet various strategic partners.

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Partnership - Europe

EIT ICT Labs wins prestigious European race for excellence in innovation

17/12/2009

Turn Europe into the global leader in ICT innovation - this is the mission for the new Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) just selected in tough competition by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The EIT is a new organisation recently launched by the EU targeting European competitiveness through better integration across the so-called “knowledge triangle” of higher education, research and innovation. By highlighting the Future Information Society, the EIT recognizes the fact that 80 % of new developments in the key economic sectors of Europe are based on ICT.

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A large group of French innovation players creates the Mobile Services Initiative to stimulate growth in the French ecosystem of mobile phone applications and services

15/07/2010

Inria, the Institut Télécom, the competitiveness clusters Cap Digital, SCS and Systematic, the Mobile Alley association, Telecom Valley, OSEO, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Bouygues Telecom and a large group of SMEs (including start-ups such as Senda, Appsfactory and Intuitivlab) have announced the creation of the Mobile Services Initiative, which aims to bring together all national players in this field.

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Technology transfer policy

GENCI, Inria and OSEO join forces to support SMEs in first-time access to high-performance computing

29/07/2010

The "HPC-SME Initiative" is the name of the programme jointly launched by GENCI, Inria and OSEO in partnership with four global competitiveness clusters to facilitate and encourage access by SMEs to high-performance computing (HPC). Put together in compliance with the recommendations of the Digital France 2012 plan, this programme aims to support and increase the competitiveness of SMEs whose industrial innovation projects are liable to benefit from the use of high-performance computing. The core element of the initiative is long-term assistance provided with the aim of guaranteeing the effective integration of the growth capabilities afforded by HPC.

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