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Inria, the French National Institute for computer science and applied mathematics, promotes scientific excellence for technology transfer and society.
Another more comprehensive dataset is INRIA dataset.
Founded in 1998 in Sophia-Antipolis, a scientific research park located on the Cote d'Azur in southern France, as a technology spin-off from INRIA (France's National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control), REALVIZ is a French company that develops and markets a range of digital image processing software (film, broadcast, multimedia publishing, CAD, Web, etc.).
By addressing the issues related to the emergence, support and financing of innovation projects as widely as possible, this partnership will support Inria's objective of supporting more than 100 digital Deeptech startup projects per year.
The change of W3C European Host from INRIA to ERCIM took place on 1 January 2003.
of abstract and paper (15 double-spaced pages) to Program Co-Chair, Serge Abiteboul, ICDT 80, Inria, Domaine de Voluceau, Rocquencourt, B.P.
of Otago, New Zealand), Lefevre (INRIA, France), Shen (U.
Authors should submit five copies of a full paper (maximum 20 pages) and 10 additional copies of a 300-word abstract by February 20 to the chairman of the program committee, Gilles Kahn, INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, Avenue Emile Hughes, 06565 Valbonne Cedex, France.
Contract notice: socio-economic assessment mission for a grenoble real estate project concerning the inria grenoble rhne-alpes center
Contract notice: climatic engineering and hydraulic connection works of the galois building located on the site of the inria sophia antipolis - mediterranean research center
Main features: inria grenoble rhne-alpes wishes to award a contract for maintenance: - 2 inverters located in montbonnot, - replacement and maintenance of an inverter on the site inria research center antenna lyon la doua- iec-2- 56 building, boulevard niels bohr 69603 villeurbanne - replacement and maintenance of a cos phi correction battery at the montbonnot site.
Moubachir (INRA) and Zolesio (CNRS and INRIA, France) provide a mathematical analysis of problems related to the evolution of domains in two or three dimensions, as applied to engineering applications such as free surface flows, phase changes, fracture and contact problems, fluid-structure interaction in civil transport vehicles, stayed-cable bridges or tall towers, biomechanical systems, and computational vision.
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