Team ACACIA

Members
Overall Objectives
Scientific Foundations
Application Domains
Software
New Results
Contracts and Grants with Industry
Other Grants and Activities
Dissemination
Bibliography
Inria / Raweb 2003
Project: ACACIA

Project : acacia

Section: Other Grants and Activities


Regional Actions

MEAT Project

Participants : Khaled Khelif, Rose Dieng-Kuntz (resp.), Olivier Corby, Alain Giboin.

We collaborate with Pascal Barbry (IPMC) and Rémi Bars (Bayer Crop Science) to build a memory of experiments on DNA chips (see section 6.1.6).

Laboratoire des usages de Sophia Antipolis

The Acacia team participates in the Laboratoire des usages of Sophia Antipolis through the RNRT project KMP. The laboratory was created on the initiative of the Centre national de recherche technologique (CNRT) of Sophia Antipolis. INRIA Sophia is a founder member of this laboratory. The laboratory aims at observing the current collective usages of technologies, and to anticipate future usages « by a pluridisciplinary research gathering technologists, economists, sociologists, ergonomists, marketing specialists with rigorous methodologies around effective technological platforms and relevant and various users. »

CSTB (French Scientific Center for Building Physics)

Participants : Tuan-Dung Cao, Rose Dieng-Kuntz (resp.).

We collaborate with Bruno Fiès and Marc Bourdeau (CSTB) for Tuan-Dung Cao's PhD on Software Agents for the Web Mining, Application to Technological and Scientific Watch.

CINDY, Pôle Cindyniques of ENSMP

Participants : Thanh-Le Bach, Rose Dieng-Kuntz (resp.).

We collaborate with Franck Guarnieri (CINDY at ENSMP) for Thanh-Le Bach's PhD on Construction of a multi-viewpoint Semantic Web. CINDY refers to the Pole of Research and Formation on Danger and Risk Management of the École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, in Sophia Antipolis.

WebLearn Colors

Participants : Rose Dieng-Kuntz (resp.), Olivier Corby, Alain Giboin, Catherine Faron-Zucker.

We collaborate with the Mainline Team at ESSI, the LIRMM, and the CREGO for the WebLearn Colors on Semantic Web for E-Learning. Our objective is to explore the techniques of the Semantic Web for e-learning applications and to measure the impact of e-learning specificities for the design of dedicated semantic portals.


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