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Marc Lavielle (left), Philippe Giot (right) - © Inria / Photo C. Tourniaire / Photo E. Perrot


Inria Awards 2015: two winners in the Saclay - Île-de-France research centre

Charlotte Renauld - 8/09/2015

Inria announced the winners of five Inria awards in 2015. Among those who will be honoured this year, Marc Lavielle gets the Inria – French Académie des Sciences – Dassault Systèmes Innovation Award and Philippe Giot gets the Research Support Department Inria Award with 8 other members of the Inria Helpdesk project team.


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VivaTech 2019

Come and experience the future at Viva Technology!

Morgane Hamon (*) - 6/05/2019

Viva Technology is a global event bringing start-ups and leaders together to celebrate innovation. This is also the theme chosen by Inria for this year’s event, bringing to the fore start-ups that began life within the institute, participating in workshops in partnership with French Tech and with a “Doctoral pathway” on the theme of company creation.


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Technology transfer

InriaTech Sud-Est, a transfer accelerator supporting the ecosystem in south-eastern France

A. Brillu (Citizen press) - 19/03/2019

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. 


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Management Team

François Cuny, Deputy CEO for Innovation

François Cuny was appointed Deputy CEO for Innovation by Bruno Sportisse, CEO of Inria, on October 1, 2018.


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The algorithm making it easier to access local products


The start-up "Le Chemin des Mûres " has developed an intelligent transportation solution for the distribution of local farm produce. Its tailored software program calculates rounds that are optimised from start to finish, enabling growers to pool their deliveries together and to save both time and money while supporting the local economy. This tool, developed within Inria in collaboration with the Inocs * team, is part of a wider environmental strategy aimed at reducing the impact of transport at a global level.


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Domaines de recherche

Exploratory actions: targeting new research pathways


Inria’s exploratory actions programme was set up to promote the emergence of new research themes, giving scientists the means with which to test original ideas with a view towards forming Inria project teams.


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360 Possibles


360 Possibles


 Inria Nancy - Grand Est Centre will attend 360 Possibles "Innovons ensemble dans le Grand Est"

Place : Strasbourg


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#GEN 7


# GEN 7

12/09/2019 to 13/09/2019

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


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