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name Team Position
Alain-g Alain Giboin Wimmics Researcher at INRIA Sophia Antipolis
Alain-m Alain Mille Silex Full professor at University Claude Bernard Lyon 1
Aliceh Alice Hermann Orpailleur Post-Doc at LORIA, Nancy
Amedeo Amedeo Napoli Orpailleur Senior Researcher CNRS at LORIA, Nancy
Amelie Amélie Cordier Silex Associate Professor, University of Lyon 1
Canals Gérôme Canals Orpailleur Associate professor, University of Lorraine
Desmontils-e Emmanuel Desmontils GDD Associate professor, University of Nantes
Emmanuel-n Emmanuel Nauer Orpailleur Associate Professor, University of Lorraine
Fabien Fabien Gandon Wimmics Researcher at INRIA Sophia Antipolis
Hala Hala Skaf-Molli GDD Associate professor, University of Nantes
Jean Jean Lieber Orpailleur Associate professor, University of Lorraine
Juien Stevenot Julien Stévenot Orpailleur Phd, University of Nancy
Khaled Khaled Aslan GDD Ph.D. Student, University of Nantes
Lavoue Elise Lavoué Silex Associate Professor, University Jean Moulin, Lyon 3
Luis Luis Daniel Ibáñez GDD Ph.D. Student, University of Nantes
Marie.Lefevre Marie Lefevre Silex PostDoc, University of Lyon 1
Molli Pascal Molli GDD Full professor, University of Nantes
Mythao My Thao Tang Orpailleur Phd Student
Olivier Olivier Corby Wimmics Researcher at INRIA Sophia Antipolis
Pierre Pierre-Antoine Champin Silex Associate professor at University Claude Bernard Lyon 1
Rakeb Rakebul Hasan Wimmics Phd Student, Nice
Yannick Yannick Toussaint Orpailleur Senior INRIA Researcher at INRIA Nancy Grand-Est


Name : Gestion de Données Distribuées (GDD)

Laboratory : LINA


Description :

GDD is located at Laboratoire d'Informatique de Nantes Atlantique (LINA) and involves researchers from the University of Nantes working on data management, and distributed systems. GDD has currently 16 member : 8 permanents and 8 Phd students.

Today's hard problems in data management go well beyond the traditional context of Database Management Systems (DBMS). These problems stem from significant evolutions of data, systems and applications. First, data have become much richer and more complex in terms of formats (e.g. multimedia objects), structures (e.g. semi-structured documents), content (e.g. incomplete or imprecise data), size (e.g. very large volumes), and associated semantics (e.g. metadata, code). The management of such data makes it hard to develop data-intensive applications and creates hard performance problems. Second, data management systems need to scale up to support large-distributed systems (such as the Internet or cluster systems) and deal with both fixed and mobile clients. In a highly distributed context, data sources are typically in high numbers, autonomous and heterogeneous, thereby making data integration difficult. Third, this combined evolution of data and systems gives rise to new, typically complex, applications with ubiquitous, on-line data access: virtual libraries, virtual stores, global catalogs, services for personal content management, services for mobile data management, etc.

Tasks :
Task1 Coordination
Task6 Scenarios and Evaluations

Members :
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Desmontils-e Emmanuel Desmontils
Hala Hala Skaf-Molli
Khaled Khaled Aslan
Luis Luis Daniel Ibáñez
Molli Pascal Molli


Name : Orpailleur

Laboratory : LORIA


Description :

Orpailleur is a joint research group of Henri Poincaré University Nancy 1, Nancy 2 University and INRIA Nancy - Grand Est. The Orpailleur team works on the integration of two complementary axes of knowledge-based systems:

  • Knowledge discovery (KD) from texts, data, and knowledge: text-mining, formal concept analysis, frequent closed itemset extraction, etc.;
  • Knowledgerepresentationandreasoning(KRR):descriptionlogics,case-basedreasoning, minimal change theory, technologies of the semantic Web, etc.

This complementarity is pointed out by the desire to build working applications: these latters require knowledge (that can be extracted from data and texts, with the help of an analyst) and the manipulation of this knowledge is done thanks to inference engines. But this complementarity is not to be considered as a simple juxtaposition: one of the main issues of Orpailleur is to integrate KD and KRR principles, methods, and technologies. The project Kolflow goes in the same direction and adds collaborative and human-machine aspects. Orpailleur has been a partner of the network of excellence Knowledge Web, dealing with ontology technology, a partner of the “ACI Masse de données” dedicated to astronomy, and is a partner of the ANR Vigiterm about pharmacovigilance.

Tasks :
Task2 Continuous extraction, edition, and annotation
Task3 Inferences and Interactions for dealing with Semantic Inconsistencies

Members :
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Aliceh Alice Hermann
Amedeo Amedeo Napoli
Canals Gérôme Canals
Emmanuel-n Emmanuel Nauer
Jean Jean Lieber
Juien Stevenot Julien Stévenot
Mythao My Thao Tang
Yannick Yannick Toussaint


Name : Silex

Laboratory : LIRIS


Description :

The goal of Silex team is to produce theories, formalisms, methods and tools integrating the intrinsically dynamic property of knowledge when used through open interactive human- digital environments, seen as co-learning systems. Two main domains organize this research: Trace Based Engineering and Enhanced Technology Human Learning. Researches on traced experience are developed according to two approaches: considering user activity traces within his/her interaction digital based framework as a support for effective reflexivity on temporal processes; considering annotations, documents structures and formal ontologies as dynamic knowledge inscriptions the user can exploit for personal knowledge management and explicit knowledge sharing.

Tasks :
Task5 Social semantic space

Members :
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Alain-m Alain Mille
Amelie Amélie Cordier
Lavoue Elise Lavoué
Marie.Lefevre Marie Lefevre
Pierre Pierre-Antoine Champin


Name : Wimmics

Laboratory : INRIA


Description :

The research fields of this team are graph-oriented knowledge representation, reasoning and operationalization to model and support actors, actions and interactions in web-based epistemic communities. Wimmics is a follow-up of the teams Acacia, Edelweiss and Kewi.

Tasks :
Task4 Traces and explanations: documenting inferences, query solving and interactions

Members :
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Alain-g Alain Giboin
Fabien Fabien Gandon
Olivier Olivier Corby
Rakeb Rakebul Hasan

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