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

International Research Visitors

Visits of International Scientists


Visits to International Teams

Explorer programme
Research stays abroad

We built a collaboration with Yvan Labiche of the Carleton University in Ottawa to supervise the PhD thesis of Mouna Hkimi. In the context of this collaboration and thanks to the support of SUPELEC and go the SUPELEC foundation, Eric Totel went in Carleton University for four months from March to June 2014, to work on the subject of the modeling of distributed applications.

In May 2014, Sébastien Gambs visited Stan Matwin at the Institute of Big Data Analytics located at Dalhousie university (Halifax, Canada). This visit has foster the beginning of a collaboration on the privacy-preserving analysis of large scale data. In particular, we have started to develop a novel method for sanitizing CDRs (Call Details Records) dataset based on differentially-private variants of sketches, which has been submitted to the D4D challenge. We will also prepare a submission for an associate Inria team for the 2015 call.

Thanks to the support of SUPELEC, Christophe Bidan has joined the ETS (École Supérieure de Technologie) of Montréal from july 2014 to july 2015 for working with Prof. Jean-Marc Robert. This stay results from a collaboration that has been initiated 2 years ago when Prof. Jean-Marc Robert has spent 4 months (from september to december 2012) in the CIDRE research group.

From September 2014 to May 2015, Antoine Guellier has joined the "Securing Cyberspace" team leaded by Prof. Batten, at Deakin University (Melbourne, Australia). This stay is possible thanks to the international outgoing fellowships of Rennes Métropole and of the UEB (Université Européenne de Bretagne).