Overall Objectives
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New Software and Platforms
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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

International Initiatives

Inria International Partners

Informal International Partners

Our main partner for work on Ssreflect is Georges Gonthier, senior researcher at Microsoft Research, Cambridge.

Our team has important discussions with the team of Thierry Coquand at Chalmers University and University of Göteborg. This was illustrated in the past by the European project Formath , in the context of which we collaborated around the formalization of various aspects of Algebra (linear algebra and algebraic topology). This effort was continued in the context of the international effort around homotopy type theory, where Cyril Cohen is deeply involved (in particular in the implementation of a model for cubical sets). In the future, we may hope to play a continuing role in homotopy theory and establish more contacts with other sites involved in this topic.

We participate in the international development of the Coq community and maintain frequent contacts with the most active users around the world. In practice, this implies many contacts with several universities in the United States of America: Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University, and Yale University.

We have intensive collaborations with IMDEA, Madrid. In particular, the software systems EasyCrypt and ZooCrypt are developed in collaboration with this institution, and several of our publications are co-authored between Inria and IMDEA.