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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

International Initiatives

IIL projects

Matthieu Sozeau is part of an international collaboration network CSEC “Certified Software Engineering in Coq” funded by Inria Chile, Conicyt and the CoqHoTT ERC, which officially started in early 2018. The participants include Eric Tanter (primary investigator) and Nicolas Tabareau.

Inria Associate Teams Not Involved in an Inria International Labs

Associate team

Pierre-Louis Curien and Claudia Faggian are members of the CRECOGI associate team, coordinated on one side by Ugo dal Lago (research-team FoCUS , Inria Sophia and Bologna), and on the other side by Ichiro Hasuo (NII, Tokyo). The full name of the project is Concurrent, Resourceful and full Computation, by Geometry of Interaction.

Presentation of CRECOGI: Game semantics and geometry of interaction (GoI) are two closely related frameworks whose strengh is to have the characters of both a denotational and an operational semantics. They offer a high-level, mathematical (denotational) interpretation, but are interactive in nature. The formalisation in terms of movements of tokens through which programs communicate with each other can actually be seen as a low-level program. The current limit of GoI is that the vast majority of the literature and of the software tools designed around it have a pure, sequential functional language as their source language. This project aims at investigating the application of GoI to concurrent, resourceful, and effectful computation, thus paving the way to the deployment of GoI-based correct-by-construction compilers in real-world software developments in fields like (massively parallel) high-performance computing, embedded and cyberphysical systems, and big data. The presence of both the Japanese GoI community (whose skills are centered around effects and coalgebras) and the French GoI community (more focused on linear logic and complexity analysis) bring essential, complementary, ingredients.

Joint Inria-CAS project

Pierre-Louis Curien is principal investigator on the French side for a joint project Inria - Chinese Academy of Sciences. The project's title is “Verification, Interaction, and Proofs”. The principal investigator on the Chinese side is Ying Jiang, from the Institute of Software (ISCAS) in Beijing. The participants of the project on the French side are Pierre-Louis Curien and Jean-Jacques Lévy, as well as other members of IRIF (Thomas Ehrhard, Jean Krivine, Giovanni Bernardi, Ahmed Bouajjani, Mihaela Sighireanu, Constantin Enea, Gustavo Petri), and Gilles Dowek (Deducteam team of Inria Saclay). On the Chinese side, the participants are Ying Jiang, as well as other members of the ISCAS (Angsheng Li, Xinxin Liu, Yi Lü, Peng Wu, Yan Rongjie, Zhilin Wu, and Wenhui Zhang), and Yuxi Fu (from Shanghai Jiaotong University). The project funds the postdoc of Kailiang Ji at University Paris 7, that started in December 2017 and will end in Marche 2019.

Presentation of VIP: The line between “verification” and “proofs” is comparable to the one separating satisfiability and provability: in a formal system, a formula can be trusted either if it is satisfied in the intended model (for all of its instances), or if it can be proved formally by using the axioms and inference rules of some logical system. These two directions of work are called model-checking and proof-checking, respectively. One of the aims of the present project is to bring specialists of the two domains together and to tackle problems where model-checking and proof-checking can be combined (the “V” and the “P” of the acronym). Applications in the realm of distributed computation, or concurrency theory (the “I” of the acronym) are particularly targeted.

Inria International Partners

Informal International Partners

The project-team has collaborations with University of Aarhus (Denmark), KU Leuven, University of Oregon, University of Tokyo, University of Sovi Sad and the Institute of Mathematics of the Serbian Academy of Sciences, University of Nottingham, Institute of Advanced Study, MIT, University of Cambridge, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, and Universidad de Chile.