Animation of the scientific community
Editorial boards of scientific journals
— J-D. Boissonnat is a member of the editorial board of Discrete and Computational Geometry , Algorithmica , the International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications and the Journal of Computational Geometry . He is also on the editorial board of the Springer Verlag book series on Geometry and Computing.
— M. Teillaud is a member of the editorial board of CGTA, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications and of IJCGA, the International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications .
She was a guest editor for the special issue of DCG, Discrete and Computational Geometry , dedicated to the 24th Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry  .
— M. Yvinec is a member of the editorial board of Journal of Discrete Algorithms .
— P. Alliez is an associate editor of The Visual Computer since 2006 and of the ACM Transactions on Graphics since September 2009.
— P. Alliez, S. Pion (chair), M. Teillaud and M. Yvinec are members of the cgal editorial board.
Conference program committees
— M. Yvinec was a member of the program committee of the Symposium on Computational Geometry, SoCG'09.
— S. Pion was a member of the videos/multimedia program committee of SoCG'09.
— M. Teillaud is a member of the Computational Geometry Steering Committee, which coordinates the annual Symposium on Computational Geometry (SoCG).
— P. Alliez was short paper co-chair of EUROGRAPHICS 2009. He was a member of the program committees of EUROGRAPHICS Symposium on Geometry Processing (SGP), Pacific Graphics, SIAM/ACM Joint Conference on Geometric and Physical Modeling and IMA Mathematics of Surfaces XIII conference.
— J.-D. Boissonnat was a member of the program committee of EUROGRAPHICS Symposium on Geometry Processing and of the Brasilian-French conference Colibri 2009.
— D. Cohen-Steiner was a member of the program committee of SGP'09.
— F. Chazal was a member of the program committee of WALCOM'09.
Ph.D. thesis and HDR committees
— P. Alliez was reviewer for the PhD of Patrick Labatut (ENS Paris), and member of the PhD committees of Jean-Marie Favreau (University of Clermont-Ferrand) and Jane Tournois (University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis).
— J.-D. Boissonnat was a member of the HDR committee of P. Alliez.
— D. Cohen-Steiner was a member of the PhD committee of Q. Mérigot (University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis).
— F. Chazal was a member of the HDR committee of L. Biard (Univ. Grenoble) and of the PhD committees of P. Gaillard (Univ. Compiègne and CEA) and Q. Mérigot (University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis).
— O. Devillers was reviewer of the PhD committee of Clément Jamin (LIRIS, Lyon) and the one of Julien Dardenne (Creatis, Lyon) and member of the PhD committee of Tristan Rousillon (LIRIS, Lyon).
— M. Yvinec was reviewer for the Phd of Ehsan Aganj (Ecole National des Ponts et Chaussées) and member of the HDR committe of Guillaume Caumon (Centre de Recherches Pétrographiques et Géochimiques, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Géologie).
— P. Alliez is member of the COST GTAI (conseil d'orientation scientifique et technologique, groupe de travail actions incitatives), of the commission d'animation scientifique (CAS) and of the comité de suivi doctoral (CSD).
— J.-D. Boissonnat chaired the INRIA Evaluation Board until july 2009.
— J.-D. Boissonnat has been a member of the DR2 recruitment committee of INRIA and of the CR2 recruitment commitee of INRIA Rhône-Alpes.
— M. Teillaud is a member of the INRIA Evaluation Board, the INRIA Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée CDT (Committee for Technologic Development), and Color (LOcal Research COoperations) Commission. She was a member of the CSD (Committee for Doctoral Studies) until September.
— M. Yvinec was member of the « Comité des utilisateurs des moyens informatiques de recherche de l'INRIA Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée » (CUMIR) until Frebruary 2009.
— F. Chazal is a member of the “Commission scientifique” at INRIA Saclay - Île de France.
— J.-D. Boissonnat is a member of the « Commission de spécialistes » of the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris.
— S. Pion is a member of the experts group of AFNOR for the standardization of the C++ language within the ISO/WG21 working group.
— S. Pion is a member of the IEEE-1788 working group for standardization of interval arithmetic.
— M. Teillaud co-organized the workshop “Subdivide and Tile: Triangulating spaces for understanding the world”, with Gert Vegter and Rien van de Weijgaert. The workshop proposal was reviewed and accepted by the Lorentz Center in Leiden, and was held from 16 Nov 2009 through 20 Nov 2009. The workshop was supported by the Lorentz Center and by the INRIA Associate Team OrbiCG. 46 participants from many countries (Australia, Austria, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, United States, not to mention the Netherlands and France) attended the workshop.
The purpose of this workshop was to bring together researchers with different areas of expertise to exchange knowledge on various aspects of geometric computing in a variety of different spaces. The multidisciplinarity of the participants was an important aspect of the workshop. Participants came from areas like mathematics, computational geometry, software engineering, astronomy, molecular biology, physics, chemistry, fluid dynamics.
The list of participants, the program, as well as the slides of talks, are available from the workshop web site http://www.lorentzcenter.nl/lc/web/2009/357/info.php3?wsid=357 .
— M. Teillaud was invited to co-organize the Dagstuhl Seminar on Computational Geometry, with Pankaj K. Agarwal (Duke University) and Helmut Alt (Freie Universität Berlin). 42 participants from the international community attended, among whom most gave talks. The list can be found on the Seminar web page http://www.dagstuhl.de/no_cache/en/program/calendar/semhp/?semnr=2009111 (some of the slides are also available on the site) and in the proceedings  .
— In the framework of the European Corordinated action FOCUS K3D, Pierre Alliez and Mariette Yvinec co-organized the “Workshop on anatomical model” with Michela Spagnuolo from the CNR-IMATI institute in Genova. The workshop was held at INRIA Sophia Antipolis on june 16-17th, featured 15 talks and gathered more than 35 persons. The goal of the workshop was to bring together interdisciplinary people to discuss recent results and research directions in the field of modelling anatomical objects for diagnosis, therapy planning, surgery simulation or legal medicine applications, with an emphasis on knowledge technologies applied to computer-aided medicine.
— S. Oudot organized the workshop Recent Advances on Topological and Geometric Data Analysis for the associated team TGDA. The workshop was held at the Institut des Systèmes Complexes (Paris, 5ème), from July 8th to July 10th 2009. Its goal was to present the latest results obtained in the area of computational topology, both within the associated team TGDA and outside. It gathered about 40 scientists, including some people from other scientific communities who share an interest in topological approaches, like machine learning and wireless sensor networks. See the webpage for more details: http://geometrica.saclay.inria.fr/workshops/TGDA_07_2009/workshop.html
M. Teillaud is maintaining the Computational Geometry Web Pages http://www.computational-geometry.org/ , hosted by INRIA. This site offers general interest information for the computational geometry community, in particular the Web proceedings of the Video Review of Computational Geometry, part of the Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry.