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Grenoble Informatics Laboratory (LIG) is one of the largest laboratories in Computer Science in France. It is structured as a Joint Research Center (French Unité Mixte de Recherche – UMR).
500 members of LIG (faculty, full-time researchers, PhD students, administrative and technical staff) are distributed over three sites in Grenoble and its suburbs: the Saint Martin d’Hères Campus, Minatec, and the Montbonnot Campus.
The mission of LIG is to contribute to the development of fundamental aspects of Computer Science (models, languages, methodologies, algorithms) and address conceptual, technological, and societal challenges. Increasing diversity and dynamism of data, services, interaction devices, and use cases influence the evolution of software and systems so they need to guarantee the essential properties such as reliability, performance, autonomy, and adaptability.
LIG’s scientific role in the GRECO project will focus on ambient and pervasive IT, combining sustainable objectives.
Two LIG’s teams will be involved in the GRECO project, DATAMOVE dedicated to efficient scheduling in large computing infrastructure, AMA (dAta analysis, Modeling and mAchine learning) dedicated to machine learning and information modeling for complex data.
Denis TRYSTRAM, Professor