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INRIA Annick Theis-Viémont European and International Affairs Communication & Americas Programme Manager :  INRIA Annick Theis-Viémont European and International Affairs Communication & Americas Programme Manager www.inria.fr The French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control:  The French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control Information and Communication Science and Technology 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 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 Heart and blood Genomics Robotics, prostheses and personalized medical treatments Medical imaging Important and recognized scientific and technological results Scientific excellence and technology transfer:  Scientific excellence and technology transfer To achieve major scientific and technological breakthroughs in the seven priority challenges: To design and master the future network infrastructures and communication services platforms To develop multimedia data and information processing To guarantee the reliability and security of software-intensive systems To couple models and data to simulate and control complex systems To combine simulation, visualization and interaction To model living structures and mechanisms To fully integrate ICST into medical technology A few figures:  budget 160 M€ including 20% from contracts, software licenses, etc. 2800 scientists 950 doctoral candidates (40% foreigners) 500 post-docs and expert engineers 1031 positions in the budget 468 research scientists (33% are not French) 560 engineers, technicians, adm. staff 300 interns 6 research units A workforce of 3600 personnes including 1800 paid by INRIA A few figures January 2005 Locations:  Locations Out of site research team Research Unit LORIA Nancy INRIA Rhône-Alpes Grenoble INRIA Sophia Antipolis IRISA Rennes FUTURS Bordeaux Metz FUTURS Lille Lannion Marseille Lyon Montpellier FUTURS Orsay Saclay Cachan Headquarters Nantes Besançon Strasbourg INRIA Rocquencourt Paris 168 project-teams :  168 project-teams Communicating systems (38 project-teams) Distributed systems and software architecture Networks and telecoms Embedded systems and mobility Architecture and compiling Cognitive systems (36 project-teams) 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 Symbolic systems (35 project-teams) Reliability and safety of software Algebraic and geometric structures, algorithms Management and processing of language and data Numerical systems (43 project-teams) Control and complex systems Grids and high-performance computing Optimization and inverse problems for stochastic or large-scale systems Modeling, simulation and numerical analysis Biological systems (16 project-teams) Modeling and simulation in biology and medicine March 2006 Researchers of quality:  Researchers of quality Worldwide leading experts Selecting young research team leaders Growing international recruitment A clearly defined research evaluation process Company foundation:  Company foundation INRIA’s technology companies Some 80 companies, 40 of which are still active INRIA fosters company foundation by creating its own incubation structures INRIA Transfert facilitating funding 3 funds working in partnership and networks regional incubators Training :  Training Training through research 190 doctoral theses in computer science, automatic control and scientific computing are defended every year after having been prepared within an INRIA research project-team (this represents 20% of all French doctorates in these scientific fields) Advising 950 doctoral candidates, including 220 foreign students, every year Welcoming French and foreign engineers and trainees (welcoming positions, internship program) Post-doctoral training Welcoming young foreign researchers (about 60 every year) Post-doctoral periods abroad ERCIM fellowships in European countries Fellowships for industrial post-docs INRIA and Its International Collaboration :  INRIA and Its International Collaboration A strategy aimed at scientific excellence:  A strategy aimed at scientific excellence Priority 1: Reinforce the Institute’s attractiveness; increase its ability to welcome and recruit foreign students and research scientists from all over the world; Priority 2: Develop partnerships with the best laboratories in the world; Priority 3: Maintain the Institute’s strong involvement in the European research area, boost its interaction with the USA, develop its exchanges with the large countries of Asia (China, India, Japan.) Foreign Visiting Scientists at INRIA (>3 days – including post-docs, excluding graduate students):  Foreign Visiting Scientists at INRIA (>3 days – including post-docs, excluding graduate students) European Collaborations: Partnering with Research Centers and Industry:  European Collaborations: Partnering with Research Centers and Industry Strongly committed to the European Research Area: Participation in more than 400 European projects since 1984 (IP, STREP, REX) Launched ERCIM (European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics) A think tank for the European policy in IT Hosts W3C Europe Relations with large European industrial groups AIR&D Consortium on ambient intelligence (INRIA, Philips, Thomson Multimedia) W3C Consortium, Scilab Consortium, Objectweb Consortium Inria teams participate in around 100 FP6 projects:  Inria teams participate in around 100 FP6 projects Mainly in the priority: “Information Society Technology” (IST) 20 Networks of Excellence (NoE) 29 Integrated Projects (IP) 36 Specific Targeted Research Programs (STREP) 11 projects in various programs 58% of the 170 teams are involved in FP projects 50% of the current effort of DREI goes towards FP6 A Gamut of Bilateral Collaboration Tools - and a Strong Part to be Played by the URs:  A Gamut of Bilateral Collaboration Tools - and a Strong Part to be Played by the URs JOINT PROJECTS: ASSOCIATE TEAMS BILATERAL RESEARCH COLLABORATIONS : PAI & BILATERAL CO-FINANCING AGREEMENTS STUDENTS AND INTERNS EXCHANGE PROGRAMS LIAMA SARREBRÜCK OTHER REGIONAL COOPERATIONS ↓ MECORIM + Five Types of Partners:  Five Types of Partners Industrialized countries (EU, USA, Japan, 10% of China & India ) Focus on scientific excellence: Associate Teams Currently 1/3rd Associate Teams in USA + Canada Associate Teams: China = USA + Canada in 10 years Strong involvement in European projects, 58% of the 170 teams Emerging countries (BRIC, Tunisia, South Cone) Focus on student exchange: Internships Maghreb is #1 foreign population in all French research institutes Developing countries / Countries emerging from war (Cameroon, Vietnam, Uruguay) / (Algeria) Background activity, on the watch for change Countries in war situation (Irak, Iran, Pakistan) Close to no activity A joint laboratory between the Chinese Academy of Sciences and 5 French Institutes:  A joint laboratory between the Chinese Academy of Sciences and 5 French Institutes Staff: 30 in 2004 45 in 2005 60 in 2006 Tools for International Collaboration: Senior Researchers:  Tools for International Collaboration: Senior Researchers Incoming Sabbatical & Senior Researcher Mid-term Visits Decision and funding at campus level (UR) or SSHN program The INRIA Sabbatical Program The goal of this program is twofold: Increase the international mobility of INRIA researchers; Support existing collaborations with supplementary high-caliber human resources. Salary and benefits are paid by INRIA Travel funded by DREI, Host institution is expected to provide an allowance for local living expenses. Preferred destinations (actively pursued by DREI) are existing major partners of INRIA Liberty granted to INRIA researcher to suggest any host institution Tools for International Collaboration: Travel Grants for Joint Research:  Tools for International Collaboration: Travel Grants for Joint Research INRIA Bilateral Calls for joint projects Funded by DREI. Bilateral decision and funding: Tunisia, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Québec, Japan Unilateral decision and funding: USA, Taiwan and Scandinavia The INRIA Associate Teams Program International projects with a high scientific value, bringing together two communities for the long term, focus on the exchange of young scientists Bottom-up approach, yearly call for proposals, about 10 selected per year, worldwide. Unilateral decision and funding, some form of foreign funding is expected over time. Typical grant is 20 k€ per year, decreasing to 50% on year 3 and 20% thereafter. Funding covers travel expenses for any personnel of the INRIA and foreign team, in any direction and for any duration. Funding does not cover equipment or fellowships for Ph.D. students or post-docs. Associate Teams: Current Status:  Associate Teams: Current Status Associate Teams: World Geography:  Associate Teams: World Geography Associate Teams: Inria Geography:  Associate Teams: Inria Geography Tools for International Collaboration: Junior Researchers:  Tools for International Collaboration: Junior Researchers Internships at INRIA for International Students Welcoming foreign students (Eng., MS & Ph.D.) selected by partner institutions, for 2 to 6 months at any time of the year and in any of our 8 campuses (UR) and 8 satellite sites. Local expenses funded in half by DREI and in half by the host project/team. Funding for travel expenses to be found by the parties. Seeding strategy: give these students the taste for return & research in France (Ph.D. or Post-Doc), seed international collaboration. Ph.D. at INRIA for International Students Funding to be found by the parties, new INRIA-CORDI program will fund 25 students per year from 2006. Post-Doc at INRIA for International Students Funding to be found by the parties, there is also an open yearly call for 60 positions paid by INRIA. Post-Doc at ERCIM for International Students Six months at INRIA and six months at another ERCIM institute, both stays on the same theme. Funding provided by each host institute. Internship: 40 Foreign Interns in 2004 56 in 2005 104 in 2006 ~120 in 2007:  Internship: 40 Foreign Interns in 2004 56 in 2005 104 in 2006 ~120 in 2007 INRIA scientists going abroad (2001-2006):  INRIA scientists going abroad (2001-2006) United States:  United States Two main goals Structure the numerous existing collaborations Ensure dialog with NSF and NIH  16 Associate Teams: Image processing : Brain atlas ; Flexible Rendering; Real-time Rendering and Augmented reality; Geometric object manipulation; Video & Mesh Processing for 3D Cinematography Data Bases, Web, Data warehouses Ubiquitous Networking Security and Privacy ; Cooperative Multi-agent Systems Grid Computing Design for Embedded Systems; Formal Methods and Models for Compositional System-level Design  7 NSF-INRIA  6 URBANA-INRIA out of 8 (co-funding with CNRS) Thank You for Your Attention!:  Thank You for Your Attention! Organization, European and International Affairs Department:  Organization, European and International Affairs Department Lorraine : Christophe Ringeissen Responsable administrative Martine Le Corre Directeur François Brown de Colstoun Responsable de communication Annick Theis-Viémont DREI – Siège Correspondants pour l’Europe (et soutien adminis-tratif) en unités de recherche Rennes : Jean-Loïc Delhaye (et Chantal Le Tonquèze) Rhône-Alpes : Radu Horaud Rocquencourt : Amine Hassim Sophia : Stéphane Delmas (et Magalie Djian) Futurs : Philippe Merle Responsable de zone Union européenne Michel Loyer Lorraine : Stephan Merz (et Fabienne Elbar) Correspondants pour l’inter-national (et soutien adminis-tratif) en unités de recherche Rennes : Ciarán Bryce (et Véronique Verdon) Rhône-Alpes : Cordelia Schmid (et Danièle Herzog) Rocquencourt : Isabelle Herlin (et Martine Verneuille) Sophia Antipolis : Jean-Yves Désidéri (et Magalie Djian) Futurs : Jacques Henry, Eric Rutten (et Brigitte Larue-Bourdon) Adjoint au directeur, en charge des affaires européennes Jean-Pierre Banâtre (Rennes) Chargée des programmes internationaux Sophie Potemkine Responsable de zone Amériques Marie-Christine Imbert Responsable de zone Afrique et Moyen-Orient Patrick Rambert Responsable de zone Asie et Océanie Pierre Népomiastchy Europe Administratif International Autres interlocuteurs réguliers en UR Équipes Associées Projets accueillant des stagiaires Internship Spécialistes pays Chargés de l'accueil des étrangers en UR Assistante pour l’Europe, l’international et FSD Wafaa Chaoui Assistante pour l’Europe Edith Corre (Rennes) Assistante de B. Philippe pour SARIMA et CARI M-Claude Sance (Rennes)

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