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Business creation

Start-ups

Technology transfer activities take a wide variety of forms: contractual collaborations with businesses, major groups or SMEs, or with other research establishments, the creation of joint teams or laboratories with industrial operators, participation in research and technological innovation networks, mobility of researchers in business, transfer of knowledge and intellectual property, business creation, software distribution, industrial partners clubs, participation in standardisation bodies in some fields, etc.
The creation of a technology company is an excellent way of converting research results into innovative economic activities.

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Partnership

A center involved in the innovation community of the Saclay plateau

A considerable proportion of the research conducted at Inria Saclay - Ile-de-France is geared towards meeting the technological needs of businesses. This is why we are constantly liaising with the socio-economic players in the region.

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Perception, Cognition, Interaction

Overview

23/07/2009

Imagine a wall of screens displaying high-definition images. Imagine interacting with it through simple gestures… No, this is not a far-fetched scene from "Minority Report", but rather the culmination of a unique human-computer interaction (HCI) project. Opened on 19 June, the interactive visualisation platform that houses this video wall goes well beyond the realms of science-fiction. It gives us an idea of the complexity of research in this field, which is constantly striving to make our software and technology environment simpler.

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Perception, Cognition, Interaction

The WILD project

23/07/2009

In 2008, the Île-de-France Region and the Digiteo foundation  launched a call for projects to promote new research axes or enrich those already existing in major areas of concern (DIM), such as that of "Complex software and systems". The In-Situ research teams (Inria/LRI), Aviz (Inria) and AMI (LIMSI/CNRS) came together to answer this call.

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Partners

Our partners in the Plateau de Saclay

The Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre has 28 research teams, 23 of which are joint ventures with other establishments.

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Jean-Yves Berthou, director of the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre © Inria - Gilles Scagnelli

Editorial by Jean-Yves Berthou

At the heart of the main national research and higher education cluster

The Inria Saclay Île-de-France research centre is a crucial element in digital science research on the plateau de Saclay. It carries the values and projects that make Inria's originality in the research landscape - scientific excellence, technological transfer, multidisciplinary partnerships with establishments having complementary skills to our own - in order to maximise Inria's scientific, economic and societal impact.

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An example comparison between several optimization algorithms with the COCO platform: one curve for each algorithm, representing, for a given budget (on the x-axis), the proportion of optimization problems (as defined in COCO) that could have been solved while still staying within that budget.

Research

Shedding light on black-box optimization

Emmanuelle Perrot - 7/05/2013

Late 2012: first kick-off to mark the launch of the NumBBO project. We met with Anne Auger, research officer in the Tao team, as she told us about this ANR project she is coordinating.

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© LLTech The 3D viewer allows to visualize a Crohn’s disease structure not visible at the surface - © LLTech

Medicine

Guiding the physician during cancer surgery

19/04/2011

The purpose of the ADOC project, involving the Galen research team, is to develop an imaging scanner providing guided diagnosis for cancer surgery. It’s labeled by the MEDICEN competitiveness cluster and funded (with respect to Inria) by the Île-de-France Region.

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