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Combining computer sciences with mathematics, Inria’s 3,400 researchers strive to invent the digital technologies of the future. Educated at leading international universities, they creatively integrate basic research with applied research and dedicate themselves to solving real problems, collaborating with the main players in public and private research in France and abroad and transferring the fruits of their work to innovative companies.

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Are you interested in joining Inria? Do you want to become a researcher, engineer or assist research work at the Institute? Or would you just like to do a research internship? Every year, Inria recruits new staff for its teams. It does this in several ways:  through competitions, mobility, contract work and internships. Inria also has a structure in place to cater for disabled workers and foreign students.

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Working as a researcher at Inria

Inria today employs numerous researchers: research directors, junior research scientists, post-doctoral researchers and PhD students. Every year the institute recruits by means of a competitive exam, contractually, on secondment or by ...
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Being an engineer at Inria

Are you an R&D engineer? Join us and contribute to our research and technology transfer activities as a member of one of our research teams, offering day-to-day support to our researchers.
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Being a member of the research support staff

Are you an IT project manager? A public procurement specialist? An accounts manager?..  Inria offers a wide array of jobs supporting its research activities. Why not offer the institute the benefit of your talents to help meet the big digital ...
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Inria's Disabled Workers scheme

Inria has chosen to pursue an active policy of encouraging and facilitating the recruitment of disabled workers. The Institute has implemented an integration policy which values training, skills and work experience.
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Doing a research internship

Are you a student wanting to do an internship in a research team? Each year Inria welcomes young people who are interested in computer science and want to learn about research and its impacts in this field.

A diverse range of professions

The environment, education, health, new technologies... Inria works on subjects crucial to the society of tomorrow. Here, you can meet a selection of the men and women who, in their respective roles, make Inria what it is. The institute is full of people with original career paths and boasts a real community of talents. Scientists and research support professionals alike are all working towards a common goal: to tackle the challenges of computational science research for the benefit of society.

Gabriel Tamura

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Gabriel Tamura: "Think enthusiastically about your research ideas"

Gabriel Tamura is a Colombian PhD student working in the ADAM team. He is passionate about research. Here, he reflects on his experience and offers a few words of advice.
Malgorzata Van Nieuwerburgh

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Malgorzata Van Nieuwerburgh

Malgorzata Van Nieuwerburgh is a financial officer at Inria Lille - Nord Europe. Her job, which is known for its technical element, also involves a considerable amount of interaction with internal and external contacts.
Pascal Tobak

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Pascal Tobak: "I am well placed to see how tools develop"

Pascal Tobak is the Infocentre manager for Inria's IT Services Department. His role combines management and IT in the special technological context of Inria. 
Luce Brotcorne Luce Brotcorne - © Inria

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Luce Brotcorne: "Moving around broadens the mind"

Luce Brotcorne is a research scientist in Lille. After ten years of teaching, the decision to move into research was a lifestyle choice for Luce, who is expecting her second child.
David Simplot-Ryl © Inria David Simplot-Ryl, the head of the Inria Lille - Nord Europe centre

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David Simplot-Ryl: "Discovering theoretical computer science led me into research"

David Simplot-Ryl is a researcher, science officer and head of science at the Lille - Nord Europe centre. Every day he combines three roles, bringing to his work a passion that has been with him since childhood.
Alexis Muller

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Alexis Muller: "The path I chose was research"

Alexis Muller is an expert engineer at Inria Lille - Nord Europe. His early experiences in industry made him understand that his future lay in research.