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Welcome to Inria Sophia Antipolis– Méditerranée Research Center MEDDAYS 2014. The French Institute for Research in ICST. Information and Communication Science and Technologies. TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND EXPERIMENTATION. RESEARCH. EDUCATION AND TRAINING. TRANSFER AND INNOVATION.

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Welcome to inria sophia antipolis m diterran e research center meddays 2014

WelcometoInria

Sophia Antipolis–Méditerranée Research Center

MEDDAYS 2014


The french institute for research in icst

The French Institute for Research in ICST

  • Information and Communication Science and Technologies

  • TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT ANDEXPERIMENTATION

  • RESEARCH

  • EDUCATIONANDTRAINING

  • TRANSFERAND INNOVATION

A scientific and technological public institution under the dual authority of the Ministry of Research and the Ministry of Industry


Inria key figures 2012

Inria Key figures (2012)

8

41

66

4,350

People

(60 % paid by Inria)

Research Centresin France

International conferences

Associated teams throughout the world

4,432

180

255

Scientific publications

Project teams

Active patents(in total)

1,000

3,500

Software

A BUDGET OF

Scientists

€265M

1,282 Doctoral students

258 Post-Doctoral

546 R&D engineers

107

  • Of which more than 25% from external resources

Spin off (in total)


Inria s research centres

Inria’s Research Centres

Inria LILLE

Nord Europe

Inria PARIS - Rocquencourt

Inria NANCY

Grand Est

Inria SACLAY

Île-de-France

Inria RENNES

Bretagne Atlantique

Inria GRENOBLE

Rhône-Alpes

Inria BORDEAUX

Sud-Ouest

Inria SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS

Méditerranée


5 main research topics

5 Main research topics

1

Applied Mathematics, Computation and Simulation

2

Algorithmics, Programming, Software and Architecture

3

Networks, Systems and Services, Distributed Computing

4

Perception, Cognition and Interaction

5

Digital Health, Biology and Earth


Inria project team

Inria Project-Team

Inria Project Team

  • 10 to 30 people working under a scientific leader supervision

  • Focused scientific theme and international evaluation

  • A limited lifespan : average 8 years, maximum 12 years

  • Well-defined objectives and work program

  • Linked to and cooperating withindustrial and scientific partnersin France and around the world

  • A priori and a posteriori evaluation

180

140

  • Inria Project-Teams in 2012

An organization that complements the universities

  • in partnership


European partnerships

European partnerships

Key player in the European Research Area

  • Involvement in more than 250 European projects under the 7th Framework Programme (FP6/FP7)

  • Involved in H2020

    Founding member and driving force within EIT ICT Labs

    (French node), the cluster aimed to build the Future Information Society in Europe

    Founding member and driving force within ERCIM (European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics)

    W3C European host

    Development of contacts with major European

    industrial groups

  • LIRA, joint virtualhealth and wellbeinglaboratory(Inria, Philips, Fraunhofer, CWI)

  • Scilab, Objectweb consortia

    Creation of bilateral agreements with other European countries


International relations

International relations

Develop strong partnerships all around the world :

  • Joint research laboratories for long-term cooperations

    • LIAMA (Sino-French Laboratory for computer Science, Automation, and Applied Mathematics)

    • JLPC (Joint Laboratory for Petascale Computing. Inria-Urbana Champaign, USA)

    • LIRIMA (International Laboratory for Research in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics in Africa)

    • CIRIC (joint Laboratory for Communication and information Research and Innovation Center in Chile)

  • Inria project-teams associated with foreign teamsfor 3 years on a research objective (66 in 2012)

    Increase Inria attractivity

  • An Internships program for master and PhD students (151 in 2012)

  • Visits of scientists from many other countries


Welcome to inria sophia antipolis m diterran e research center meddays 2014

Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée

Research Centre


Welcome to inria sophia antipolis m diterran e research center meddays 2014

Milestones

  • 1981- Creation in Sophia Antipolis scientific park

  • 1983- Creation Inria Sophia Antipolis Centre

    1988- First TCP/IP connection Europe – US

    - Operator of the first regional research computer network

    1994 - Creation of the W3C Europe office (Inria founder)

    1999-Host of the European group ERCIM

    2003 - First Inria Project-team in Montpellier

    2010 - First Inria project-team with an European university (Bologna-Italy)

    - KIC EIT ICT labs creation

  • 2012- Opening of the Campus SophiaTech

    2013 - 30th Anniversary of Inria Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée Centre


Welcome to inria sophia antipolis m diterran e research center meddays 2014

KEY figures (2012)

  • 600people including 510 scientists (researchers, lecturers, PhD students, post-doctoral, engineers ) and 90 staff support.400 Inria employees and 200 by partners

    • Budget 2012: 29,7 M€ including

      • 21 M€ (state funding with 18 M€ for Inria Civil Servant Salary)

      • 8,7 M€ external funding (contracts, software licenses, etc.)

  • 3 sites: Sophia Antipolis/Nice (32 teams), Montpellier (5 teams), Bologna(1 team) - 19 000 m² of buildings on 7 ha in Sophia Antipolis

  • 38teams – 23 teams in partnershipwith CNRS, universities and engineering schools

  • 50nationalities

  • 16 start-ups, including9 since 2000

  • 29 active patents, 280software

  • Evaluation by the French Evaluation Agency (2006-2010): A+


Welcome to inria sophia antipolis m diterran e research center meddays 2014

3 Main scientific priorities

Computational Medecine and Biology

Omnipresent Communication and Computing

Modelling, Simulation and interaction with the real world

Research focused on scientific challenges addressing the needs of society such as health, environment, agronomy, energy, transports, telecommunications…


Welcome to inria sophia antipolis m diterran e research center meddays 2014

38 research teams 5 main topics

1

Applied Mathematics, Computation and Simulation (6 teams)

APICS, ECUADOR, McTAO, NACHOS, OPALE, TOSCA

  • Very high performance computing for computational sciences (national action)

  • [email protected] : Computer and Computational sciences at Exascale (national action)

2

Algorithmics, Programming, Software and Architecture (4 teams)

AOSTE, GALAAD2, GEOMETRICA, MARELLE

3

Networks, Systems and Services, Distributed Computing (7 teams)

COATI, DIANA, FOCUS, INDES, MAESTRO, SCALE

4

Perception, Cognition, Interaction (9 teams)

  • AYIN, GRAPHIK, HEPHAÏSTOS, LAGADIC, REVES, STARS, TITANE, WIMMICS, ZENITH

  • Personally Assisted Living (PAL) (national action)

Digital Health, Biology and Earth (12 teams)

  • ABS, ASCLEPIOS, ATHENA, BIOCORE, CASTOR, COFFEE, DEMAR, LEMON, MODEMIC, MORPHEME, NEUROMATHCOMP, VIRTUAL PLANTS

  • CardioSense 3D, Cardiac Simulation (national action)

  • Morphogenetics : Deciphering morphogenesis at multiple scales (national action)

5


Welcome to inria sophia antipolis m diterran e research center meddays 2014

Start-ups created in Sophia

2001

2000

2003

2000

2012

1998

1988

2012

2005

2010

1990

2006

2007

1988


Welcome to inria sophia antipolis m diterran e research center meddays 2014

International relationships (2013 1/2)

  • Euro-mediterranean relations

    • Italy : Joint research projet team with Univ. of Bologna (Focus) (Davide Sangiorgi)

    • Greece: Cooperation Agreement signed with the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. (September 2010) – Ioannis Emiris

    • Tunisia: Visit of a delegation led by the managing director to meet our main partners : Enit Lamsin, Ensi, Sup’Com (March 2010). Strong participation within the framework STIC Tunisia. Many co-publications since 2003. Challenge MED IN Sup’Com Tunis. (July 2011)

    • Algeria: 1st Algerian-French University/Research Conference. (October 2010). 1 Project STIC Algeria in 2011 and 2012. (project within the framework STIC-Algerie (Prof. D. Cherifi and L. Boumghar from USTHB, Alger). 4 teams involved with some Algerians partners.

    • Marocco: Collaboration with the University of Marrakech, Institut National des Postes et Télécommunications Rabat, 1 permanent researcher in Opale.

    • Since 2005, strong involment within the framework EuroMéditerranée 3+3 and International Laboratory for Research in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics (LIRIMA), created in 2009.

    • Pilote of the CoAdvise project (FP7 « People » programme) : fund euromed. PhD theses

    • Leader of the EuroMéditerranée 3+3 programme (Algeria, Spain, France, Italy, Morocco, Tunisia)


Welcome to inria sophia antipolis m diterran e research center meddays 2014

International relationships (2013 2/2)

  • International

    • 19associate teams mostlywith USA universities (Stanford and Berkeley), but also Chile, Canada and Asia

    • Teams of the centre are involved in : Inria-CNRS-FAPscooperation in Brazil, STIC AmSud, Math AmSud, STIC Asia programmes, [email protected], Poncelet France-Russia joint laboratory, LIAMA (joint laboratorywithChineseAcademy of Sciences)

    • 20 researchers and post-doc involved in the Communication and information Research and Innovation Center (CIRIC) in Chile, joint Center (Inria, Universities of Chile)

    • Since 2006, about 1000 foreignresearchers have been welcomed in the research teams.


Training and knowledge dissemination

Training and knowledge dissemination

  • Training through research

    • 150 PhD/year and 140 internship/year

    • Activities in computing engineery, training in industrial companies

    • Most advanced equipement

  • Post-doctoral training

    • Welcoming young foreign researchers

    • Post-doctoral periods abroad

    • ERCIM fellowships in European countries

    • Fellowships for industrial post-docs

  • Teaching

    • University degree courses (Master)

    • Engineering schools (École Polytechnique, ENS, etc.)

    • Creation of international master of UNS (Biocomp – Ubinet) and with Montpellier, master TIC-Santé

    • Teaching computing and digital science to teachers in secondary school

    • Member of the GIS Ecole Normale supérieur de Lyon – UNS - CNRS – INRIA

    • Involved in the MPSI courses ofCIV School in Valbonne

  • Organizing courses and seminars

    • Setting up Inria courses, seminars and working groups

    • Organizing national and international conferences


Welcome to inria sophia antipolis m diterran e research center meddays 2014

A research centre in Euroregion with an international influence

www.inria.fr/en/centre/sophia

Centre de recherche

Lille – Nord Europe

Research Centre

Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée

September 2011


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