On January 13, the National Research Institute in Digital Sciences and Technologies (INRIA) and the Polytechnic Institute of Paris signed a memorandum of understanding to strengthen their synergy in research, innovation and teaching in these key sectors.
This is a new step that reaffirms the link between INRIA and the Polytechnic Institute of Paris, which since 2019 brings together five French engineering schools: Polytechnique, ENSTA, ENSAE, Telecom Paris and Telecom sud Paris . An alliance which was delighted by the president of IP Paris, Eric Labaye: ”By combining the expertise and excellence in computer science and mathematics shared by IP Paris and Inria, we can together develop breakthrough research to meet the greatest challenges, increase the economic impact of innovation and considerably strengthen our attractiveness internationally.”
Work environment manager
March 16, 2021 – Paris
This memorandum of understanding signed on January 13 accentuates the collaboration between the two institutes on artificial intelligence, data sciences and biotechnologies, “Areas that raise major economic and societal issues and irrigate the whole economy”, enlightens Jean-Yves Berthou, director of the INRIA Saclay – Île-de-France center.
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