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Located  in Grenoble, the University Joseph Fourier (UJF) is a university of science, technology and health. Within more than 50 laboratories, UJF develop research excellence in partnership with national research organizations and major international instruments.
LIG (Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble, Grenoble computer science laboratory) is composed of
nearly 500 researchers, teachers, PhD students and staff in support of research. The LIG scientific project GIL is "l’Informatique ambiante et durable". The ambition is to rely on the complementarity and the recognized quality of the 23 research teams from LIG to contribute to the development of the fundamental aspects of the discipline (models, languages​​, methods, algorithms) and to develop synergy between the conceptual challenges technological and societal associated with this topic.

ERODS  (http://erods.imag.fr/) and SARDES (http://sardes.inrialpes.fr/) teams, which belong to LIG, are involved in the project Ctrl-Green. Their goal in this project is to study the design and the management of Green and Cloud Computing infrastructures.



- Noel De Palma

- Nicolas Berthier

- Eric Rutten

- Gwenaël Delaval

- Soguy Mak karé Gueye

- Alain Tchana


More information : www.ujf-grenoble.fr, www.liglab.fr


IRIT (Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse) is a joint research institute common to several academic institutions present in Toulouse: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse (INPT), Université Paul Sabatier (UPS) et Université des Sciences Sociales Toulouse 1 (UT1). Sepia, a research team in IRIT, works in the field of distributed computing systems. Daniel Hamigont, member of Sepia team and professor at INPT, leads a group working on the design and implementation of an autonomic administration platform called TUNe (Toulouse University Network). TUNe was designed in the context of the ANR project SelfWare and SelfXL. It is currently used for the administration of distributed software infrastructures such as cluster, grid or cloud. In the context of the ANR project Ctrl-Green , TUNe is the basis on which relies the management infrastructure. It has already been used for the management of energy in a cluster.



- Daniel Hagimont

- Laurent Broto

- Brice Ekane


More information: http://www.irit.fr


VERTECS is a research team located at INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique. The objective of this team is to provide techniques to facilitate the validation of the reliability of reactive systems. It develops methods and tools for automating tests of reliability and controller synthesis from formal specifications.



- Herve marchand


More information: http://www.irisa.fr/vertecs/


ScalAgent Distributed Technologies is a startup company spin-off from INRIA and Bull, which aims at developing and marketing advanced middleware solutions for large-scale  infrastructure and applications. ScalAgent D.T. has designed JORAM, a leading open-source implementation of the JMS MOM standard distributed by the OW2 Consortium. JORAM is widely used world-wide in operational and large scale projects. JORAM is the open source alternative to IBM WebSphere MQ. ScalAgent D.T. is the main contributor to JORAM, and provides professional services about it. For many years, ScalAgent DT team has built expertise and advanced technical building blocks in the distributed system area. This technology exploits the properties and benefits of asynchronous communication systems in the Internet world. During the last few years, ScalAgent D.T. has obtained an initial experience in autonomic computing through its participation to the ANR SelfXL project. ScalAgent D.T. is located at Grenoble - France. ScalAgent D.T. major clients include France-Telecom / Orange, CNES, Schneider Electric, CSSI and Tagsys RFID.



- André Freyssinet

More information on http://www.scalagent.com/en/


Business & Decision is an international Consulting and System Integration (CSI) company. As a leader in Business Intelligence (BI), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and a major supplier of services for e-Business and Enterprise Information Management (EIM), Business & Decision contributes to clients' success by driving maximum business performance. With a reputation for functional and technical expertise, supported by strategic partnerships with all of the key technology vendors, Business & Decision is equipped to deliver the best solutions for clients' technical, analytical and business needs. The group is present in 19 countries and employs 2700 persons in France and worldwide. Business and Decision has integrated the hosting of BI, CRM and e-business applications as a strategic axis with 2 hosting facilities, one in Philadelphia (US) and one in Grenoble, and promoted Green IT as a major development axis (www.greenethiquette.com). Business & Decision Eolas, a subsidiary of the group, is located in Grenoble. It develops its activity around online services, with 24/7 availability, for e-commerce, e-business and e-administration. Eolas' main competence are centered around application development, application hosting, web marketing and dedicated service centers. Recently, Eolas designed a next generation data center which integrates the most advanced green IT technologies. This data center project involves partnerships with Schneider Electric and Intel. It is operational since march 2011.



- Gérald Dulac

- Jean Michel Franco

- Johann Locatelli

- Rodolphe Ode

- Ibrahim Safieddine

- Bruno Touzain


More information: www.businessdecision-eolas.com

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