Centre de recherche Inria de l'Université Grenoble Alpes
655 Avenue de l’Europe - CS 90051
38334 Montbonnot Cedex - FRANCE
Phone: 04 76 61 52 00 - E-Mail
The centre has 22 project teams. Its activities occupy over 360 people, scientists and research and innovation support staff.
Rooted in computer science and applied mathematics, Inria research and innovation projects cover everything related to digital science and technology:
Technical, environmental and ethical reliability of software;
Are you looking to work on stimulating projects in an international, interdisciplinary environment geared towards innovation? Every year Inria recruits interns, PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, research fellows and directors of research, either through competitive exams or through contracts.
In order to ensure that young researchers are able to carry out their work in optimal conditions from the moment they arrive, the centre has made it a priority to provide them with a thesis grant.
Inria offers a unique environment to talented candidates in the field of technological and software development. Research engineers play a vital role in ensuring high-quality production of knowledge and value by research teams.
Inria is able to call upon talented individuals in more than 40 different research support positions in pursuit of its ambitions for human resources, administrative support, financial management and communication, and is proud of the 900 individuals on its support staff for research and innovation: truly the backbone of the institute.
The centre is a founder member of the Grenoble Alpes University, which operates project teams jointly with UGA, Grenoble INP and the CNRS.
The centre is a shareholder in a technology transfer accelerator company, SATT Linksium, as well being a member of the IRT Nanoelec consortium. It is also a member of the Minalogic cluster, Tenerrdis cluster, and the GATE1 Association. It is also a partner of several other regional and national bodies.
Director of the Inria centre at Grenoble Alpes University