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Welcome to INRIA Sophia Antipolis. French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control. The INRIA. French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control. An institute at the heart of Information and Communication Science and Technology (ICST) Researching

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french national institute for research in computer science and control1
French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control
  • An institute at the heart of Information and Communication Science and Technology (ICST)
    • Researching
    • Experimenting
    • Sharing and transmitting
    • Creating points of reference
  • A public scientific and technological institute under the dual authority of the Ministry of Research and the Ministry of Industry
icst and society
ICST and society
  • A source of innovation in all human endeavors
    • Telecommunications, media, engineering, commerce, leisure, education, health, transportations, environment, finance…
  • A crucial economic role
  • A profound social and cultural impact
  • A continuous change
    • Advances stemming from research
    • Constant demand for new applications
icst and research
ICST and Research
  • Not just a set of tools but a matter of knowledge
  • A young discipline that brings forth complexscientific problems
  • A strong interaction with all other scientific fields
  • New ethical issues
  • International competition
  • Considerable training needs
scientific positioning
Scientific positioning
  • Strong theoretical background
    • Automatic control, signal and image processing
    • Numerical Analysis
    • Applied Probabilities
    • Discrete mathematics, combinatorics, cryptography
  • Technology transfer
    • Development of software prototypes
    • Creation of start-up companies
    • Participation in the elaboration of norms
    • Classes in Universities (Master)
key figures
Key figures

A work force of 3,200

Including 1600 on INRIA payroll

Feb 2004

  • 2,400 scientists
  • 400 Full-Time research positions
  • 800 Doctoral candidates
  • 130 Post-docs
    • 200 Expert engineers
    • +450 Staff from the University
    • +1000 Scientific visitors
  • 685 engineers, technical and administrative

6 Research Units

Budget: 123,4 M€ (tax not incl.)

including27,3 M€ from contracts, software licenses, etc.

scientific production 2003
Scientific Production 2003
  • 2000 scientific publications
  • 20 international conferences organized
  • 3500 attendees
  • 60 start-ups, 7 created 2003
  • 800 ongoing research contracts, 300 signed in the year
  • 150 softwares in free access or licensed
industrial contracts
Industrial Contracts
  • Private sector + french gvt : 44 % Private sector + european : 21 % Private sector companies : 35 %
  • Telecom/multimedia : 42 % Healthcare: 11 % Engineering, transport, environment : 26 % Other : 21 %
  • Telecom/multimedia : 58 % Healthcare : 9 % Engineering, transport, environment : 21% Other : 12 %

Amount / Number / Origin

the research units
The Research Units

Rocquencourt

Loria

Irisa

Rhône-Alpes

Futurs

Sophia Antipolis

diversity and relevance of inria s research fields
Diversity and relevance of INRIA’s research fields
  • Communicating systems
  • Cognitive systems
  • Symbolic systems
  • Numerical systems
  • Biological systems
  • Important and recognized scientific and technological results
mid term scientific challenges
Mid-term Scientific Challenges
  • Conceive and master future infrastructures of networks and services.► architectures, protocols, modeling, optimization, planning monitoring and management of communication networks
  • Develop the processing and transmission of multimedia data
  • Guarantee the security and reliability of software-based Sys
  • Couple data and models for control and simulation of Sys
  • Combine simulation, visualization, and interaction
  • Model the mechanisms of life
  • Integrate ICST into medical technologies
organization of research project teams
Organization of research: Project-teams
  • Scientific and financial management unit
  • Project-teams
    • Between 10 and 25 scientists
    • A strong thematic unity
    • Medium term work program and objectives
    • Scientific and financial autonomy
    • Links and collaborations with industrial and academic partners in France and worldwide
    • A rigorous evaluation of the results and a limited duration
project teams and research fields
Project-teams and Research Fields
  • 160 Project teams
  • Communicating systems 39
  • Cognitive systems 34
  • Symbolic systems 33
  • Numerical systems 41
  • Biological systems 13
technology transfer an economic ambition
Technology transfer, an economic ambition
  • Research with an eye on business
  • An essential element of the Institute’s culture
  • Objectives
    • Lower the transfer time between an idea and its marketing
    • Optimizing the economic impact on the short, medium and long terms
    • Creating standards to achieve technological breakthroughs
  • This transfer policy is asserted in INRIA’s strategic plan: “Building strong partnerships with major French and foreign companies that are leaders on their market”
working and talking with companies
Working and talking with companies
  • A long standing experience in terms of relations with the economic sector
    • Over 800 ongoing research contracts (Jan. 1st, 2004)
    • Participation in over 250 European projects, mainly with industry
    • Software distribution (contracts and open source)
  • Continuous exchanges
    • INRIA-Industry meetings
    • Technological partnership clubs with small and medium-sized companies
    • Welcoming engineers from industry
various ways of collaborating with inria
Various ways of collaborating with INRIA
  • Framework agreements
  • Contracts: research, studies, consultancy
  • Software licenses for evaluation purposes
  • Exploitation and co-ownership contracts
  • Commercial licenses
  • Corporate R&D actions
  • Consortiums
  • Industrial post-docs
international relations 1
International relations (1)
  • Collaborations with European research centers and industry
    • Participation in more than 250 European projects
    • ERCIM (European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics)
    • AIR&D Joint virtual laboratory on ambient intelligence (INRIA, Philips, Thomson)
  • Joint laboratories
    • Franco-Russian Liapunov Institute
    • LIAMA Franco-Chinese laboratory
    • France-Hong Kong center for Financial and Insurance Engineering
    • INRIA-Hongkong University Joint Research Center
    • LAFMI Franco-Mexican laboratory
international relations 2
International relations (2)
  • International standards
    • Hosting the W3C
    • Participation at the IETF
  • International Cooperation in Research
    • NSF
    • Involvement in Asia
    • Participation with CIMPA in Africa
    • Intership program
director michel cosnard deputy manager guy sergeant
Research Activities:

Project committee Chairman: Jean-Daniel Boissonnat

Vice-chairman: Nicholas Ayache

Training

Thierry Vieville Bernard Mourrain

Library

Odile Luguern

Human ResourcesGeneviève Lago

Administration Martine Boissonnat

Computing Services

Daniel Terrer

General Affairs

Moncef Mlouka

Director : Michel CosnardDeputy ManagerGuy Sergeant

Sophia Antipolis Research Center

Public Relation and valorization:

Philippe Mussi

Industrial Relations Céline Serrano Stéphane Dalmas

  • InternationalRelations

Rachid Deriche

  • Communication
  • Jacqueline Tchobanian
  • Rose-Marie-Cornus
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Sophia Antipolis Research Center

  • - 20 years
  • - 30 Research teams in Information and Communication Science and Technology (ICST)
  • - 500 persons including 200 permanent staff,
  • 140 researchers and PhD from 42 different foreign countries
personnel
Civil Servants

INRIA Researchers 92

Researchers from other laboratories 45

Engineers 40

Administrative Staff 35

Total 212

Non Civil Servants

PhD 150

Post-PhD and specialized Engineers 75

External Collaborators 35

Foreign Visitors 28

Total 288

Personnel

Total 500

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In partnership

  • With :
  • . University of Nice Sophia Antipolis and CNRS
  • . Universities of Marseille and Montpellier
  • . CIRAD and INRA
  • . Ecole des Mines de Paris, l’Ecole des Ponts, l ’Ecole des Télécomunications et EURECOM
  • . ENS
  • . Cermics
  • . Paris VI et le CNRS
  • . Lorraine (Omega),
  • . Rhône-Alpes (Planète)
30 research teams grouped in 5 research themes
30 research teamsgrouped in 5 research themes
  • Communicating systems : 5
    • Distributed systems and software architecture
    • Networks and telecoms
    • Embedded systemsand mobility
    • Architecture and compiling
  • Cognitive systems :4
    • Statistical modeling and machine learning
    • Perception, indexing and communication for images and video
    • Multimedia data: interpretation and man-machine interaction
    • Image synthesis and virtual reality
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30 research teamsgrouped in 5 research themes

  • Symbolic systems : 7
    • Reliability and safety of software
    • Algebraic and geometric structures, algorithms
    • Management and processing of language and data
  • Numerical systems : 7
    • Control and complex systems
    • Grids and high-performance computing
    • Optimisation and inverse problems for stochastic or large-scale systems
    • Modeling, simulation and numerical analysis
  • Biological systems : 5
    • Modeling and simulation in biology and medicine
slide27

Inria Sophia Antipolis Industrial Relations

  • Contracts and partnerships:
  • Throughconsultancy, research, licence contrats know-how transfer
  • Through national R&D programs (RNRT, RNTL, RNTS, PREDIT, …)
  • Through European funded programs (FP)
  • . 33 research contracts with industrial funding (ongoing in 2002)
  • . 7 with government funding
  • . 11 with European funding
  • . 17 commercialisation contracts . 12 patents
  • A wide range of partners:
  • Regional : Alcatel Space, RealViz, Esterel Technologies, INRA, Ifremer, Gemplus
  • CSTB, Simulog, FT R&D...
  • National : Dassault Aviation, Astrium, CNES, Philips, RATP, Crédit Agricole,
  • EDF, GDF, Airbus, Bull, GEMS, Sagem, BRGM, CEA,...
  • International : Hitachi, Mirada Solutions, Mentice, Medtroni
start up of inria sophia antipolis
Start-up of INRIA Sophia Antipolis

SIMULOG : Scientific computing, products lifecycle management, systems performance

ERGOMATIC : Ergonomics of man-machine interfaces

ILOG : Advanced software components (visualization, optimization, intelligent agents)

ISTAR : Aerial and satellite image processing, digital mapping

REALVIZ : Digital effects and computer animation

Activia Network: Content delivery networks

Udcast: IP applications and broadcast links

and also
And also
  • Esterel Technologies : Solutions for embedded software, SOC design validation and verification
  • Infobjects : Managing and sharing complex and heterogeneous information
  • Quantificare : Medical image analysis for pharmaceutical applications
  • Geometry Factory: Software components for computational geometry
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French, European and international organizations hosted by the research unit-CMA: Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées. Joint laboratory with Ecole des Mines de Paris - CERMICS: Centre d\'Enseignement et de Recherche en Mathématiques, Informatique et Calcul Scientifique. Joint laboratory with Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées- ERCIM : European Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics - W3C : World Wide Web Consortium

European and international relations

. 245 foreigners (40 researchers, 75 PhD students, 30 post-PhD, 50 invited scientists and 50 students)

. 42 nationalities

. 34 international collaborations (IST, HPMT, EEC, EVK4, PAI)

training and knowledge dissemination
Training and knowledge dissemination
  • Training through research
  • 150 PhD and students
    • Complementary training : courses at ESSI, ISIA , thematic seminars, Colloquium (scientific conferences)
    • 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 (DEA, DESS)
    • Engineering schools (École Polytechnique, ENS, etc.)
  • Organizing courses and seminars
    • Setting up INRIA courses, seminars and working groups
    • Organizing national and international conferences
slide32

Library

  • A partnership with I3S laboratory (UMR Cnrs-Unsa)
  • Open to specialized users, it offers,
    • - 34000 books, PhD theses, conferences proceedings, research reports
    • - 320 specialized reviews covering all the research themes (including 230 on line)
    • specialized bibliographies on ligne
    • Access to resources of Inria – Unsa libraries
    • - Web site , library portal
    • http://www-sop.inria.fr/dias/
  • A participation in the following networks:
    • Bibliothèques françaises de mathématiques (RNBM)
    • Bibliothèque Nationale (BNF) - pôle associé Informatique
inria in provence alpes c te d azur
INRIA in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur
  • Scientific  Partnerships:
  • Joint research teams with:
      • Ecole des Mines (CMA - Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées)
      • UNSA (Université de Nice) et CNRS
      • Ecole des Ponts et Chaussées (CERMICS)
      • Université de Provence
  • Collaborations with:
      • Laboratories of Nice Sophia Antipolis university
      • Institut Eurecom
      • Universities of Marseille, Provence and Méditerranée,
      • Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur,
      • Observatoire Océanographique de Villefranche (Paris VI) Ifremer, IMT etc.
  • Institutional Partnerships
      • R3T2 , médiathèque (IRIS)
  • Participation to professional clubs or associations:
  • - Telecom Valley, PERSAN, Club HiTech, Pôle Santé, ImeT, MITSA, Méditerranée-Technologie…
research in com at inria sophia
Research in “Com” at INRIA-Sophia
  • Theme Com A : Distributed systems and software architectureOASIS - Active objects, semantics, Internet and security
  • Theme Com B : Networks and telecoms
  • MAESTRO - Models for the performance analysis and the control of networksMASCOTTE - Algorithms, simulation, combinatorics and optimization for telecommunicationsPLANETE - Protocols and applications for the Internet
  • Theme Com C : Embedded systems and mobility
  • MIMOSA - Migration and mobility : semantics and applicationsTheme Com D : Architecture and compiling
research in com b at inria
Research in “Com B” at INRIA
  • Theme Com B : Networks and telecoms
  • ARES - Architectures of networks of servicesARMOR - Architectures and network modelsDISTRIBCOM - Distributed and Iterative Algorithms in Management and Signal Processing for TelecommunicationsGYROWEB - Dynamic graphs and the web graphHIPERCOM - High performance communicationMADYNES - Management of dynamic networks and servicesMAESTRO - Models for the perf. analysis and the control of networksMASCOTTE - Algos, simulation, combinatorics and optim. for telecomsPLANETE - Protocols and applications for the InternetRAP - Networks, Algorithms and ProbabilitiesTREC - Theory of networks and communications
the maestro project
The MAESTRO Project
  • Created end 2003. Head: Philippe NainJoint with U. Montpellier 2
  • Sequel of MISTRAL (1993-2003) headed by F. Baccelli
  • Personnel (2003-2004)
  • 5 permanent staff
  • 2 post-doc fellows
  • 2 research engineers (under contract)
  • 8 PhD students
  • 4 Master interns
  • 20+ scientific visitors
the maestro project ctd
The MAESTRO Project (ctd)
  • Publications (1999-2002) 2003
  • 6 PhD theses 2
  • 56 journal publications 8
  • 70 conference publications 18
  • 2 books + 2 book chapters 1
  • 24 technical reports 3
  • 25 contract deliverables -
industrial contracts maestro
Industrial contracts MAESTRO
  • 9+ Research Grants 2000-2003
  • Main sources of funding:
  • RNRT: National Network for Research in Telecom
  • France Telecom R&D programs for Research Collaborations
  • Form of the funding
  • Grants for post-doctoral fellows / trainees / research engineers
  • (rarely) PhD grants
industrial contracts maestro ctd
Industrial contracts MAESTRO (ctd)
  • Research themes
  • France Telecom R&D
  • Analysis of TCP. Throughput, loss process
  • Game theory for non-cooperative routing and pricing
  • Resource allocation in UMTS networks
  • Alcatel Space
  • Simulation of TCP networks, access control methods
  • QoS of TCP/ATM on satellite networks
  • Resource allocations for satellite networks (w/ MASCOTTE)
industrial contracts maestro ctd1
Industrial contracts MAESTRO (ctd)
  • Cegetel – Delta Partners
  • Performance evaluation environment – fast simulations
  • Large consortiums
  • Project VTHD++ : “Really Very Large Bandwidth”
  • Development of Wagon: traffic analyzer and generator
  • for data, multimedia, voice traffic
  • Experimentation on the VTHD 2.5 Gbps platform
industrial contracts maestro ctd2
Industrial contracts MAESTRO (ctd)
  • Scientific outcome of the projects
    • Publications
    • Participation in (commercial?) software
    • Patents
    • IETF Proposals
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