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History of Inria
A graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the ENSAE (École nationale de statistique et de l’administration économique), Alain Bensoussan was the first researcher recruited by IRIA in 1967, and simultaneously pursued a career in teaching.
- Applied Mathematics
- Jacques-Louis Lions
- International relations
- Research centre
International programmes - Africa
The first call for submissions of projects for the ICST Algeria programme (Information and Communication Science and Technology) has been extended to November 30th 2010. This follows a call for projects launched in June 2010 by Inria and the Algerian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Initiated by these two entities, the ICST Algeria programme should help develop and reinforce ties between researchers on either side of the Mediterranean  in information and communication science and technology (ICST) and applied mathematics.
International programmes - Americas
STIC AmSud is a scientific cooperation programme that combines research and development in ICST (information and communication science and technology). It concerns France, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. Its objective? To encourage and reinforce cooperation and networking between researchers in participating countries through joint projects. Each year, a call for proposals is launched from which future projects are selected.
Inria Associate Teams programme
An Associate Team is a joint research project created between an Inria project-team and a research team from abroad. The two partners jointly define a scientific objective with a clear added value for each of them, a research plan and a program for bilateral exchanges. To promote and develop such scientific collaborations throughout the world, by supporting high quality research projects, Inria’s European and International Partnerships Department-EIPD annually launches a call for proposals.
"Associate teams" programme
Since 2002, Inria supports "Associate Teams" to strengthen scientific collaboration between Inria project teams and top-level research teams worldwide.