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Inria International Labs

Through its presence and strong partnerships on a worldwide scale, Inria has positioned itself as a major actor in the field of digital sciences, and particularly in computer science and applied mathematics research. Privileged collaborations have been created in localised research and development clusters, in partnership with local organisations. Available to other French or European actors in the form of a consortium, joint international laboratories have been developed and are boosting Inria's "project team model", whilst also adapting to the different contexts in which they are established.     

Inria International Labs - Europe

Inria and Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI), a long-term partnership

2/11/2016

Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) and Inria have signed a partnership agreement at the festive 70th anniversary of CWI in Amsterdam in 2016. Inria invited CWI to set up an Inria International Lab (IIL) together. The purpose of such Inria International Labs is to fund and develop partnerships and collaborative research with international first-class institutions. Inria regards CWI as being one of the best players in the field internationally and has thus selected the institute as a long-term strategic partner.

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Inria International Labs - Europe

Ecole Polytechnique of Lausanne (EPFL) and Inria, a shared ambition

Inria and the École Polytechnique Fédérale of Lausanne (EPFL) have signed a collaborative partnership in order to jointly address the challenges of new uses of the Internet, notably those regarding applications relating to Big Data and the Cloud.

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Inria International Labs - Africa & Middle-East

International Laboratory for Research in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics

LIRIMA was created in November 2009 for a period of 5 years by Inria and seven other institutions from Sub-Saharan Africa and the Maghreb.  A new agreement, signed in 2015, created the Inria International Lab "LIRIMA" for a period of 4 years.

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Inria International Labs - Amériques

Inria@SiliconValley

Inria@SiliconValley structure et renforce les collaborations en recherche et innovation entre Inria et ses partenaires en Californie pour mener des projets conjoint ayant un impact transatlantique. Le programme a été lancé en 2011 sur la base des fortes collaborations existantes avec les prestigieuses université de Berkeley et Stanford et s’est rapidement développé aux autres partenaires stratégiques de l’ensemble de la Californie.

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Joint Laboratory for Extreme Scale Computing (JLESC)

En juin 2009, l'université d’Urbana Champaign aux États-Unis et Inria ont mis en place un laboratoire commun de recherche en calcul intensif, le Joint Laboratory for Petascale Computing (JLPC). Basé au sein de l’Université de l’Illinois, ce laboratoire rassemblait des chercheurs d’Inria, du Illinois’ Center for Extreme-Scale Computation , et du National Center for Supercomputing Applications . Entièrement dédié au calcul intensif, ce laboratoire contribuait à la recherche et au développement d’algorithmes et de logiciels pour des ordinateurs à échelle pétaflopique et à plus large échelle.

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Inria International Labs - America

Inria Chile

Inria Chile is an International Center of Excellence focused on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). It was created in 2012 by Inria under the auspices of a Chilean national strategy promoting economic development through technological innovation and entrepreneurship, with the participation of renowned international research institutions. It is supported by Corfo, the Chilean Economic Development Agency, through the "Attraction of R&D International Centers of Excellence for Competitiveness" program.

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Inria International Lab - Asie, Océanie & Russie

Sino-European Laboratory in Computer Science, Automation and Applied Mathematics (LIAMA)

The Sino-European Laboratory in Computer Science, Automation and Applied Mathematics (LIAMA) is hosted by CASIA, the Institute of Automation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.  It has taken the form of a consortium since 2008 and its members include European and Chinese partners (research institutions, universities, industrialists).  The evolving nature of the Laboratory's structure allows the addition of new partners to the Consortium.

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