Team Gallium

Overall Objectives
Scientific Foundations
Application Domains
New Results
Contracts and Grants with Industry
Other Grants and Activities

Section: Other Grants and Activities

The IRILL laboratory

Roberto Di Cosmo has been working on the creation of the IRILL (Initiative d'Innovation et Recherche sur le Logiciel Libre), also known as FSRII (Free Software Research and Innovation Institute). The IRILL has the ambition of providing an attractive environment to researchers working on the new, emerging scientific issues coming from Free Software (the work on package dependencies is an archetypical example), to industry players willing to collaborate with researchers on these issues, and to educators working on improving the CS curricula using Free and Open Source Software.

IRILL is an INRIA joint initiative with University Paris Diderot and University Pierre et Marie Curie: it has beed established by an agreement formally signed on November 2010, and its activities have started with the IRILL Days event in October 2010 (see ).


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