International and industrial collaborations

Industrial Collaborations

The team collaborates (direct funding or collaborative projects) with large companies (Safran, Nokia Bell Labs, Orange, Kalray, Huawei, Thales, STMicroelectronics), various SMEs, or Institute like DGA (Rennes), CEA (Saclay, Grenoble), Onera (Toulouse) and CNES (Toulouse). At the international level, we currently collaborate with companies like Raytheon Technologies, Xilinx R&D, or Mentor Graphics.

International Collaborations

The team has formal or informal active international collaborations including University of British Columbia at Vancouver (low-precision AI accelerators), IIT Goa (AI accelerators), Colorado State University (HLS, polyhedral model), University College Cork (fault- tolerance, accelerators), University of Oxford (arithmetic), University of Massachusetts at Ahmerst (accelerators, FPGA), UCLA (arithmetic), EPFL (approximate computing), IMEC (fault tolerance), Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (accelerators), Concordia University (optical NoC), University of Auckland (fault tolerance), University of Patras (heterogeneity), Southeast University China (heterogeneity). Formal projects include:

  • IntelliVIS (Design Automation for Intelligent Vision Hardware in Cyber Physical Systems): INRIA Associated Team (2019-2021) with IIT Goa, India, Prof. Sharad Sinha on the design and development of artificial intelligence based embedded vision architectures for cyber physical systems. Key Investigators: S. Filip, O. Sentieys.
  • DeLeES (Energy-efficient Deep Learning Systems for Low-cost Embedded Systems): University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, Prof. Guy Lemieux, France-Canada Research Fund (FCRF). Key Investigators: S. Filip, O. Sentieys.
  • LRS (Loop unRolling Stones): compiling in the polyhedral model, Colorado State University, US, Prof. Sanjay Rajopadhye. This collaboration led to two international jointly supervised PhDs (or ’cotutelles’ in French) that started in Oct. 2019, one in France (C. Ferry) and one in US (L. Narmour). Key Investigators: S. Derrien, T. Yuki.
  • PRoSFER cooperation program between the French Ecoles normales supérieures and East China Normal University in Shanghai (the coordinator of this program for Computer Science is P. Quinton). This program aims at preparing ECNU students to research, and to allow them to do a PhD in one of the ENS. Key Investigators: E. Casseau, S. Derrien, A. Kritikakou, P. Quinton.

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