Overall Objectives

Coati is a joint team between Inria Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée and the I3S laboratory (Informatique Signaux et Systèmes de Sophia Antipolis) which itself belongs to CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) and UNS (Univ. Nice Sophia Antipolis). Its research fields are Algorithmics, Discrete Mathematics, and Combinatorial Optimization, with applications mainly in telecommunication networks.

The main objectives of the Coati project-team are to design networks and communication algorithms. In order to meet these objectives, the team studies various theoretical problems in Discrete Mathematics, Graph Theory, Algorithmics, and Operations Research and develops applied techniques and tools, especially for Combinatorial Optimization and Computer Simulation. In particular, Coati used in the last years both these theoretical and applied tools for the design of various networks, such as wdm, wireless (radio), satellite, overlay, and peer-to-peer networks. This research has been done within various industrial and international collaborations.

Coati also investigates other application areas such as bio-informatics, transportation networks and economics.

The research done in Coati results in the production of advanced software such as Grph, and in the contribution to large open source software such as Sagemath.

Last activity report : 2016

Team members of COATI were previously members of MASCOTTE. You will find here all annual activity reports of MASCOTTE.