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Evènement - Innovation
The third edition of the VivaTechnology trade show runs from 24th to 26th May in Paris. This international event brings together thousands of start-ups, directors and thought leaders from across the world in order for them to invest, work together and exchange ideas. The Rennes-based start-up Dilepix, a company that began life within the Inria research centre in Rennes, was one of twelve Inria start-ups to participate at this major innovation event. We met with the company’s founders, Aurélien Yol and Alban Pobla, to find out how they got on.
- Alban Pobla
- Aurélien Yol
- INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
On the occasion of the visit to Chile, Jean-Yves Le Drian visited the only Inria Center located outside of France on July 25.
This visit reinforces the commitments agreed by both nations on October 8, 2018, when the leaders of Chile and France decided to adopt a bilateral roadmap that defines the scope of the relationship between both countries for the next three years. One of the relevant points of this bilateral roadmap is the intensification of economic exchanges between France and Chile, with special emphasis on innovation, artificial intelligence, information and communication technologies, and sustainable development. In particular, they agreed on the importance of the existing Franco-Chilean research centers, such as Inria Chile, which are drivers for technological innovation.
Inria Nancy - Grand Est will be present for the 7th edition of the business and digital meeting of the Grand Est.
Place : Centre des congrès à Metz
When it comes to understanding attacks on information systems, security analysts continue to play a vital role. It was with them in mind that Malizen, a start-up that began life within the Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique centre, developed their incident history visualisation solution.
Recherche - IA
At a time of growing interest in AI, the Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique research centre and the IRISA (Institute for Research in Computer Science and Random Systems) published an assessment of the research activity carried out in this field within their 45 teams. It revealed the significant amount of research work that is ongoing, rooted in the very DNA of these two Brittany-based centres and applied to a range of different fields, both in industry and in wider society.
The 11th Plenary Meeting of the European Technology Transfer Offices (TTO) will take place at Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée Centre
To facilitate and support the development and cross-border networking of national knowledge transfer office networks and the work of existing pan-European networks, the Commission has launched an initiative that aims at enhancing collaboration on knowledge transfer among the TTOs (Technology Transfer Offices) of large European public research organisations - the "European TTO circle".
As the SOFA numerical modelling software package celebrates its 10th anniversary, the founding members have decided to come together in a consortium. The purpose is to unite a community of researchers and companies in order to pursue its development.
French Tech Cote d'Azur
The Inria Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée Centre is backing the candidature of the French Tech Côte d'Azur with its "French Tech" endorsement to help the development of digital companies in the region.
Its objectives are: to develop the digital ‘ecosystem’ within the Côte d’Azur to achieve strong visibility in France and abroad, to attract new companies and to reinforce support for start-ups and SMEs using "accelerators", which act like incubators for companies already up and running.
This summer, David Guiraud, the DEMAR project-team leader, received the 2010 grand prize of the EADS Enterprise Foundation for all of his work: a major contribution for computer science serving the biomedical field and a remarkable cooperation with industry. We take a look back at his well-deserved achievements.
Launched in April 2018, the InriaTech Sud-Est platform strengthens the dynamic of technology transfer towards companies among research teams at the Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre. The future looks bright for this initiative.