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Leaflet of research centre Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes


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Active in computational sciences in Rhône-Alpes
Established in Grenoble and Lyon since 1992, the Inria Grenoble – Rhône-Alpes Research Centre strives to promote the integration of its operations into the scientific settings of Grenoble and Lyon. It is involved in defining relevant local strategies by systematically supporting a partnership logic.

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Leaflet of research centre Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes

  2. 2. Inria, a public research institute dedicated to digital science and technology SCIENTIFIC EXCELLENCE IN SUPPORT OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND SOCIAL INNOVATION Research structured into ‘project teams’ focusing on specific scientific objectives. Transfer of scientific results and expertise to startups, SMEs, large industrial groups and society (hospitals, other sciences). Close collaboration with industrial and academic partners to address the multidisciplinary and application-oriented challenges of digital transition. 01
  3. 3. Inria, in the Rhône-Alpes region 5 ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE RHÔNE-ALPES REGION REGIONAL ACADEMIC PARTNERS Inovallée Science Park, Montbonnot (1992) Université Grenoble Alpes Campus Saint-Martin d’Hères GIANT Innovation Campus Inria Grenoble Giant sub-office (2013) Lyon La Doua Science Park Inria Lyon La Doua sub-office (2011) Université de Lyon Campus, Gerland CNRS Université Grenoble Alpes, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 ENS Lyon, INSA Lyon, Grenoble INP Within universities and research institutions communities: Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA) and Université de Lyon (UDL) 02
  4. 4. 6 SCIENTIFIC PRIORITIES 03 Main research themes and priorities 4 MAIN RESEARCH THEMES consistent with the Institute’s scientific policy and with regional academic and industrial research objectives: Robots sharing our workspace and living space Robust, safe and efficient human-robot interaction in complex and changing environments.. The Internet of things and the Internet of data: digital society ‘Intelligent’ everyday objects, homes, cities and environments with communication and interaction capabilities. Biological interaction modelling Improving our understanding of biological systems through analysis of interactions between atoms, molecules, cells, organisms or species over multiple temporal and spatial scales. Shape, appearance and motion models for virtual environments Developing realistic virtual models of living, moving organisms and natural phenomena. Hardware/software interface development Improving the ease-of-use and transparency of multicore architectures to facilitate their operation. Learning and distributed optimisation methods for large-scale systems Developing new learning and optimisation tools for efficient scalar processing of large data sets. 4 MAIN RESEARCH THEMES Distributed systems and mobile networks Reliable software and embedded systems for ambient computing Modelling and simulation of multi-scale and multi-component systems Perception and interaction with real and virtual worlds
  5. 5. Regional innovation partnership network (regional competitiveness centres, innovation agencies and companies, theme-oriented partnerships). Implementation of international testing platforms in partnership with industry. MEETING THE TECHNOLOGICAL NEEDS OF LARGE CORPORATIONS AND SMES Promoting new partnerships and innovation projects 04
  6. 6. DEVELOPING A WIDESPREAD DIGITAL CULTURE AMONG: primary secondary university students, teachers, general public and decision makers. Knowledge and expertise sharing © Inria / Photo H. Raguet, J. Larlet, N. Hairon, J.-M. Ramès, V. Peregrin, CHROMA Graphic design: Studio Bambam
  7. 7. OVERVIEW: LATEST NEWS: @inria_grenoble INRIA GRENOBLE - RHÔNE-ALPES 655 avenue de l’Europe 38 330 Montbonnot-Saint-Martin - France +33 (0)4 76 61 52 00