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International partnerships

A centre with an international outlook

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In addition to its natural collaborations within the European Union, illustrated by its strong presence in the EU's Research and Development Programmes (FPRD), Inria Saclay - Île-de-France participates in a large number of collaboration projects throughout the world. These mixed projects are created through the personal contacts of individual researchers and teams, or through bi- or multi-lateral agreements.

International collaborative projects

IOMCA project

The IOMCA project has been selected as part of the BLANC programme within the framework of the partnership between the French National Research Agency (ANR) and the Taiwanese National Science Council (NSC) for projects eligible for the non-thematic "Blanc" programme. This project involves the Inria TAO project-team. Olivier Teytaud is the coordinator for discrete mathematics and computer science.

ANR-JST FP3C

Also part of the Blanc international programme within the framework of the partnership between the French National Research Agency (ANR) and the Japanese Science and Technology Agency (JST): the FP3C project has been selected. It involves the GRAND LARGE project-team. Serge Petiton is the coordinator for high-performance computing.

Joint laboratory with an American university

The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in the USA and Inria have set up a joint laboratory for High-Performance Computing, HPC. Based at the University of Illinois, this laboratory's work focuses on the development of algorithms and software for computers on the petaflop scale and beyond. The laboratory's researchers have integrated their work in the Blue Waters project.
The aim is to develop the most powerful computers in the world. The laboratory is co-directed by Franck Cappello from Inria and Marc Snir from the Computer Science department at Urbana-Champaign, who has been studying HPC for the last 20 years, particularly the IBM high-performance computing system.

Involvement in incentive programmes: associate teams

Inria encourages international collaborations and promotes the activities of the institute internationally, notably by putting in place collaboration tools and incentive programmes.

The centre's associate teams:

Name

Title

Inria Research Team

Inria Manager

Research Partner

Overseas Manager

Country

COALA

Communication Optimal Algorithms for Linear Algebra

GRAND-LARGE

GRIGORI, Laura

University of California, Berkeley

DEMMEL, James

USA

FORCES

Formalisms concerning the theory of concurrent processes for emerging systems

COMETE

VALENCIA, Frank D.

Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

RUEDA, Camilo

Colombia

ISIP

Inverse diffraction and identification problems

DEFI

HADDAR, Houssem

University of Delaware

CAKONI, Fioralba

USA

PRINTEMPS

Probability and Information Theory to protect Anonymity and Private Information

COMETE

PALAMIDESSI, Catuscia

McGill University

PANANGADEN, Prakash

Canada

SLIMMER

Sophisticated logic implementations for modeling and mechanical reasoning

PARSIFAL

MILLER, Dale

Univ. of Minnesota

Gopalan Nadathur

USA

TGDA

Topological and geometrical data analysis

GEOMETRICA

OUDOT, Steve Y

Stanford University

GUIBAS, Leonidas J.

USA

Keywords: Europe Partnership Saclay - Île-de-France

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