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Abilian is an innovative open source software vendor in the emerging collaboration and business-oriented social networking market.
At JetBrains, code is our passion. For over 15 years we have strived to make the strongest, most effective developer tools on earth. By automating routine checks and corrections, our tools speed up production, freeing developers to grow, discover and create.
Logilab développe des logiciels, et propose du conseil et des formations de haut niveau dans les domaines de l’informatique scientifique et du web sémantique, en utilisant des outils et méthodes agiles.
Nexedi is Europe’s largest open-source software (OSS) publisher and creator of ERP5. At Nexedi, we design, develop and deploy enterprise solutions ranging from ERP to pure Decentralized Cloud and Industrial Big Data.
At Mozilla, we’re a global community of technologists, thinkers and builders working together to keep the Internet alive and accessible, so people worldwide can be informed contributors and creators of the Web. We believe this act of human collaboration across an open platform is essential to individual growth and our collective future.
UTT’s core missions are to conduct research, deliver education & training and facilitate technology transfer. UTT is a French institution of higher education established in 1994. It is today one of the largest engineering schools in France. Over 2,500 students are registered at the University, enrolled on undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral study programs. In the renowned yearly ranking of the French magazine “L’Etudiant”, UTT takes in 2011 an enviable 6th position among 65 French engineering schools.
The French SYSTEMATIC PARIS-REGION competitiveness cluster brings together 600 key players in the Paris region working in the field of software-dominant systems and focusing on markets with a strong social dimension. Based on 5 key areas - Automotive & Transport, Free and Open Source Software, Security & Defence, Systems Design and Development Tools, Telecoms - the goal of the cluster is to develop the regional economy and boost the competitiveness by leveraging innovation, training and partnership opportunities.
Since 2009, Systematic deploys its technologies towards new markets, including “ICT & Sustainable Cities” and “ICT & Health” which are at the heart of the 21st century challenges and whose development increasingly relies on the know-how of Systematic members.
Since 2005, Systematic has developed 258 R&D projects representing a total R&D investment of €1.2 billion including €450M funded by the French Government, its economic development agencies and from the Paris-Region local authorities.
Other Supporting Organisations
The French-speaking Python Users Association.
L’association Enseignement Public et Informatique, association pionnière fondée en 1971, continue de militer pour l’évolution du service public d’enseignement et de formation à la promotion duquel elle reste attachée. Conformément à ses statuts, elle veut faire de l’informatique, et des technologies de l’information et de la communication en général, un facteur de progrès et un instrument de démocratisation. Depuis sa création, elle demande que priorité absolue soit accordée à la formation des maîtres, inséparable des indispensables recherches pédagogiques et des moyens en matériels et en logiciels. Il reste encore beaucoup à faire dans ces différents domaines.
ESILV, Leonard de Vinci graduate school of engineering is a general engineering school at the heart of digital technologies. The educational project of ESILV revolves around science and digital technology combined with 4 major specializations: IT, digital and mechanical modeling, quantitative finance and new energy. ESILV is a member of the CGE, the UGEI, the CDEFI and Campus France.
Inria, a public research institute in computational sciences, aims to guarantee a maximum impact from its R&D results. It contributes to innovation within France by transferring its technologies and skills to industry.
Inria has a range of schemes to promote technology transfer, including a programme specifically aimed at SMEs, strategic partnerships with R&D departments of major industrial groups, and support for business start-ups. A team of professionals is on hand to support researchers and entrepreneurs in the development of their value-added projects.
Through its nationwide computational sciences technology transfer initiatives, Inria supports French competitiveness and the development of innovative businesses.
The mission of NumFOCUS is to promote sustainable high-level programming languages, open code development, and reproducible scientific research. We accomplish this mission through our educational programs and events as well as through fiscal sponsorship of open source data science projects. We aim to increase collaboration and communication within the scientific computing community.
PyData brings together both users and developers of data analysis tools to share ideas and learn from each other. The goals are to provide data science enthusiasts, across various domains, a place to discuss how best to apply languages and tools to the challenges of data management, processing, analytics, and visualization.
La Société informatique de France – la SIF – est un espace de réflexion, de concertation sur les enjeux de l’informatique, et un espace d’action, d’amplification des actions basées sur le travail de la communauté.
La SIF vise à rassembler toutes celles et ceux pour qui faire progresser l’informatique est un métier ou une passion : enseignants, chercheurs, ingénieurs, industriels, consultants, le terme « informatique » s’entendant ici au sens large des sciences et technologies au coeur du numérique.