A word from Bruno Sportisse, Inria CEO
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To achieve its ambition to meet the challenges of the digital transformation of science, society and the economy through scientific excellence and technology transfer, Inria calls on the talents of many, including scientists; development engineers; lawyers; specialists in innovative partnerships and research contract management, human resources, administrative and financial management, information and communication systems; and research assistants.
Fifty years of excellence in research carried out by agile project teams have made Inria a major European academic force in the digital sciences, with more than 50 European Research Council grants, and a global leader in computer science and mathematics research, often at the interface of other disciplines.
Twenty years of technology start-up creation have enabled Inria to support more than 160 companies arising out of work by project teams, led by researchers and, increasingly, by young people completing their PhD or a stint at Inria.
The foundation of Inria's model, effective and recognized support for research and technology transfer gives those with multiple skills the opportunity to be trained and grow in an institute at the heart of the digital transformation.
Join us now to live your passion for science with one of our project teams, define the technological challenge of your start-up project, or enrich your professional experience at the crossroads of research and digital innovation.
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