The centre has 29 project teams, 23 of which operate jointly with Paris-Saclay University (11 teams) and the Institut Polytechnique de Paris (12 teams). Its activities occupy over 600 people, scientists and research and innovation support staff, including 44 different nationalities.
Director of the Inria Saclay Centre
Positioning & Strategic issues
Scientific priority areas:
- Digital health;
- Artificial intelligence and data science;
- Cybersecurity, privacy, proof and verification;
- Quantum computer science.
Strategic lines of development:
- Support for DATAIA Institute to make it a global player in the data science and AI world;
- Support for the emergence of DeepTech startup projects;
- Reinforcement of the European ambition and in particular the centre's involvement in the coordination of European projects.
Ecosystem & Partners
The centre’s project-teams are shared with the following academic partners: CentraleSupélec, École polytechnique, ENS Paris-Saclay, ENSTA Paris, Paris-Saclay University and University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, CEA, CNRS.
The centre also has many other partnerships:
- Actors in public research: CNES, IFPEN, INRA, Inserm, Onera... ;
- Innovation ecosystem: SystemX, Systematic, NanoInnov, DigiHall, DigiCosme ;
- Local authorities: Essonne Departmental Council, Paris-Saclay Agglomeration Community, Ile-de-France Region;
- SME-ETI: AdaCore, Distène, DataIku, Sysnav, Lemma, Tinyclues... ;
- Major companies: Airbus, Boeing, Dassault Systèmes, EDF, Fujitsu, Google, Microsoft, Orange, PSA, Renault, Safran, Thales, Sony, Total... ;
- International academic partners: Stanford University, UC Berkeley, Newcastle University, Keio University, CWI...