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Projects (Grants)

I became involved in writing proposals right after I left Amsterdam.

FP7 MD

I act as scientific coordinator for INRIA. My expertise is relevant in two distinct work packages, one dealing with theoretical models of innovation, the other begin concerned with the use of social network analysis and visual analytics aiming at the construction of a pilot.

FP7 INSITE

My participation to INSITE is linked with my activities as part of MD (MD is a spin-off of INSITE). INSITE focuses on networking activities between partners (meetings, workshops).

INRIA ARC DyVi

I acted as scientific coordinator for INRIA. I was able to obtain additional INRIA budget to fund specific software development (GRAVITE).

ANR TANGUY

I acted as scientific coordinator for INRIA. The project gave us a good opportunity to expand and validate Tulip's perspective-based approach, and develop innovative representations for text documents using an underlying graph structure to ease navigation.

INRIA EA PORGY

I acted as scientific coordinator for INRIA, together with my colleague Bruno Pinaud. Although the INRIA funding is now over, the project still goes on and PORGY turned into a spin-off software emerging from Tulip.

ANR SysTryp

I acted as scientific coordinator for INRIA. The project gave us the opportunity to test several approaches to deal with dynamic networks, animating networks according to the associated cell processes. Some results can be seen on Tulip's website.

ANR FIVE

I acted as principal investigator, engaging two SMEs company to join our lab and try to leverage network analysis and visualization into usable software components that could be integrated into existing information systems.

ANR SPANGEO

The project ended up into a recently published Springer Methodos volume:

Collaboration industrielle France Telecom

ENTICE

I acted as scientific coordinator for LIRMM. Our contribution was to lead surveys and analyze results. This was a wonderful experience working closely with ethnologists from the PRAXILING research unit.

ACI NavGraphe

I acted as scientific coordinator for LIRMM. See mid-term evaluation presentation.

ACI CIGOGNE

I triggered the idea of putting up the CIGOGNE consortium. I did not appear as principal investigator of the CIGOGNE proposal simply because I was still part of CWI in Amsterdam when writing the proposal. I was then part of the CIGOGNE project as a member of LIRMM, after I was appointed University professor in Montpellier (09/2000).

So officially, I acted as scientific coordinator for LIRMM. See the final report.