Overall Objectives
Research Program
Software and Platforms
New Results
Bilateral Contracts and Grants with Industry
Partnerships and Cooperations
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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

National Initiatives

The PiCoq ANR project

Participants : Alan Schmitt, Petar Maksimovic.

Process calculi, Verification, Proof Assistants

The goal of the ( PiCoq project) is to develop an environment for the formal verification of properties of distributed, component-based programs. The project's approach approach lies at the interface between two research areas: concurrency theory and proof assistants. Achieving this goal relies on three scientific advances, which the project intends to address:

The project partners include Inria, LIP, and Université de Savoie. The project runs from November 2010 to October 2014.

The ANR VERASCO project

Participants : Sandrine Blazy, Delphine Demange, Vincent Laporte, André Oliveira Maroneze, David Pichardie.

Static program analysis, Certified static analysis

The VERASCO project (2012–2015) is funded by the call ISN 2011, a program of the Agence Nationale de la Recherche. It investigates the formal verification of static analyzers and of compilers, two families of tools that play a crucial role in the development and validation of critical embedded software. It is a joint project with the Inria teams Abstraction , Gallium , The VERIMAG laboratory and the Airbus company.

The ANR Binsec project

Participants : Frédéric Besson, Sandrine Blazy, Pierre Wilke.

Binary code, Static program analysis

The Binsec project (2013–2017) is founded by the call ISN 2012, a program of the Agence Nationale de la Recherche. The goal of the BINSEC project is to develop static analysis techniques and tools for performing automatic security analyses of binary code. We target two main applicative domains: vulnerability analysis and virus detection.

Binsec is a joint project with the Inria Carte team, CEA LIS , Verimag , EADS IW and Vupen Security . Abstraction , The VERIMAG laboratory and the Airbus company.

Labex COMIN Labs Seccloud project

Participants : Frédéric Besson, Nataliia Bielova, Thomas Jensen, Alan Schmitt, Martin Bodin.

The SecCloud project, started in 2012, will provide a comprehensive language-based approach to the definition, analysis and implementation of secure applications developed using Javascript and similar languages. Our high level objectives is to enhance the security of devices (PCs, smartphones, ect.) on which Javascript applications can be downloaded, hence on client-side security in the context of the Cloud. We will achieve this by focusing on three related issues: declarative security properties and policies for client-side applications, static and dynamic analysis of web scripting programming languages, and multi-level information flow monitoring.

This is a joint project with Supelec Rennes and Ecole des Mines de Nantes.