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Inria Associate Team
Inria’s Associate Team program aims at reinforcing collaborations between an Inria project-team and other high-level research teams around the world. We got an associate team with the MIT and Vanderbilt University for the period 2013-2015. The subject of our collaboration is the study of inverse magnetization problems in geosciences. Further information is available on the website of the associate team.
- Jean-Paul Marmorat (Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées, École des Mines de Paris, Sophia-Antipolis)
- Jonathan Partington (School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, UK)
- Mohammed Jaoua (Université Française d’Egypte)
- Edward Saff (Center for Constructive Approximation, Vanderbilt University, US)
- Bernard Hanzon (University College Cork, Ireland)
- Smain Amari (RMC, Kingston, Canada)
International and industrial partners
Collaboration under contract with Thales Alenia Space (Toulouse, Cannes, and Paris), CNES (Toulouse), XLim (Limoges), CEA-IRFM (Cadarache).
Exchanges with UST (Villeneuve d’Asq), University Bordeaux-I (Talence), University of Orléans (MAPMO), University of Pau (EPI Inria Magique-3D), University Marseille-I (CMI), CWI (the Netherlands), SISSA (Italy), the Universities of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign USA), California at San Diego and Santa Barbara (USA), Michigan at East-Lansing (USA), Vanderbilt University (Nashville USA), Texas A&M (College Station USA), ISIB (CNR Padova, Italy), Beer Sheva (Israel), RMC (Kingston, Canada), University of Erlangen (Germany), Leeds (UK), Maastricht University (The Netherlands), Cork University (Ireland), Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium), TU-Wien (Austria), TFH-Berlin (Germany), CINVESTAV (Mexico), ENIT (Tunis), KTH (Stockholm).
The project is involved in the ANR projects AHPI (Math., coordinator) and Filipix (Telecom.), in a EMS21-RTG NSF program (with Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA), in an NSF Grant with Vanderbilt University and the MIT, in an EPSRC Grant with Leeds University (UK), in a Inria-Tunisian Universities program (STIC, with LAMSIN-ENIT, Tunis).