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Fleur Pellerin, ministre déléguée chargée des petites et moyennes entreprises, de l'innovation et de l'économie numérique

Digital economy

Minister Fleur Pellerin presents La French Tech Initiative

Marie Gallas-Amblard - 27/11/2013

On November 27 2013, at 6 pm, at Bercy, Fleur Pellerin, Minister of State responsible for Small and Medium Enterprises, Innovation, and the Digital Economy, alongside Louis Gallois, the French General Commissioner for Public Investment, officially presented theFrench Techinitiative, formerly known by its code nameQuartiers numériques(Digital Neighbourhoods).

The purpose of this initiative is to organise and highlight, in France and abroad, French digital ecosystems - both existing ones and those that need to be created - in order to encourage the growth of digital enterprises and help them become leaders worldwide.


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Patrick Valduriez Inria / Photo G. Scagnelli

Inria Awards 2014

Patrick Valduriez: Inria - French Académie des sciences - Dassault Systèmes Innovation Award


As a world-class specialist in distributed databases, Patrick Valduriez has directed three major Inria research projects and has found many applications for his discoveries. His major success has been the Kelkoo price comparison site, for which the source code was originally created at Inria and Bull. Patrick Valduriez’s solutions have been used in major database products. His university textbook serves as a reference work for students throughout the world. It’s the story of a knowledge broker.


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Technology transfer policy

Inria at the heart of the local economic community

Olivia BRENNER -

For Inria Nancy - Grand-Est, whose assignment closely combines research and technology transfer, technology development is a central issue. To achieve this, the research centre relies on a strong and dynamic industrial network. It also draws on a community-based partnership with competitiveness clusters in the Grand-Est region in order to develop collaborative and innovative projects. In doing so, it helps the companies involved to assume a top-flight position in France and around the world.


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Biologiste © INRIA / R. Lamoureux

Technology Transfer

Priority in technology transfers to innovative SMEs

The Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique research centre has adopted the mission of strengthening its systems for technology transfer to SMEs.


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Research-industry partnerships

Towards more fuel-efficient aeroplanes

Olivier Lapirot - 25/03/2014

Thanks to the support of the Commands team, the start-up Safety Line is offering the aeronautical industry a solution for fine-tuning take-off phases. The objective is to reduce fuel consumption.


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Technology Transfer


The patents associated with technologies and discoveries may give rise to the signature of patent licences with one or more businesses.


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Innovation mission

Interview with Rémi Ronchaud

Rémi Ronchaud is the head of the industrial relations department of the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre. He presents the missions of the department within the context of industry and partnerships of the plateau de Saclay.


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Rencontres INRIA - Industrie

Technology Transfer at Inria

Inria-Industry Meetings

For fifteen years, Inria has organized the "Inria-Industry Meetings," national topical events during which Inria presents its research and technology transfer offering to companies of a given sector, primarily for SMEs.

These events are organized several times per year, in partnership with the competitiveness clusters involved in the topic. As such, industry players in commerce, healthcare, software security, transport, and or numerical simulation, for example, have come together in recent years at the various Inria research centers in France to discuss their issues of innovation.


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Innovation - Technology transfer policy

Our mission: to facilitate technology transfer and partnerships

A large proportion of the research that we currently conduct at the Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest Centre aims to meet the technology needs of businesses. This is why we hold ongoing dialogue with socioeconomic players in the greater Sud-Ouest region.


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