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Google: Inventing the web services of tomorrow

Google and INRIA signed a partnership agreement in June 2013. The aim is to strengthen research cooperation through targeted responses from INRIA to project calls issued by Google, especially the Research Awards, Focused Awards and the PhD Fellowship programmes.

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Microsoft Research - INRIA Joint Centre: Research for e-Sciences

The Microsoft Research - Inria Joint Centre shared research laboratory was established on the 11th January 2007 following a period of collaboration dating back over several years. The aim of the shared laboratory is to undertake long-term research into formal methods for software security, and data processing methods and tools applied to scientific research.

This partnership began in 2005 and was renewed in 2009 and 2013.

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Strategic partnerships

The strategic partnerships that Inria establishes are long-term bilateral partnerships with large industrial groups, formalized in a framework agreement. A research program is developed jointly by Inria and its partner based on the industrial player’s proposed priority topics. Research projects, fitting into this program, are then developed jointly by Inria’s teams and the partner. In addition, a steering committee and a scientific committee ensure that the collaboration is consistent and runs smoothly.

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20 years of LIAMA

29/09/2017

The Sino-European Laboratory in Computer Science, Automation and Applied Mathematics (LIAMA) celebrated its 20th birthday on 11 and 12 July in Beijing, in the presence of Antoine Petit. On this occasion its founder members, CASIA (Institute of Automation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)), the Dutch national research institute CWI (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica) and Inria signed a renewal of their agreement, giving new impetus to this historic and successful partnership.

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