The DATAIA Institute is also supporting the already existing multidisciplinary communities through projects funded by Paris-Saclay University: the Institute for the Digital Society (ISN), the "Center for Data Science" (CDS / CDS2), the Institute of Control and Decision (iCode / iCode2), NutriPerso (Food and Health) and the two Chairs dedicated to "Big Data".
CDS2 aims to develop methods and tools for analyzing gigantic amounts of data and extracting useful information for all scientific fields. This project includes research on analytical methodologies (statistics, machine learning processes, knowledge extraction, data visualization), as well as on software design. The most typical projects within CDS2 are Rapid Modeling Analysis and Prototyping (RAMP) actions, which are collaborative challenges in data science that increase participant competence.
These objectives are therefore focused on methodological and algorithmic aspects, but highly synergistic with the actions of the DATAIA Institute, which addresses both scientific and methodological developments and applications in addition to having several teacher-researchers in common.
DigiCosme is a laboratory of excellence (LabEx) in Digital Sciences. Supported by Paris-Saclay University and its member institutions, it involves joint partner laboratories such as: LRI (Paris Sud University / UMR CNRS), LIMSI / CHM (UPR CNRS), LIST (CEA), LTCI (Telecom Paristech / IMT ), MICS and L2S (CentraleSupélec), UMR CNRS), LIX (Polytechnic, UMR CNRS), Inria Saclay - Île-de-France, SAMOVAR (Telecom SudParis / IMT, UMR CNRS) and DAVID (Versailles Saint-Quentin University). On the scientific level, three themes at the heart of the design of information and communication systems are developed: reliability and security, network management and data science.
Above all, this last theme is directly linked to the Convergence Institute, especially since it directly involves the same STIC teams who are competent in data science, from data management to machine learning. 'artificial intelligence. Other common areas of interest in reliability and security include common areas of interest in data science such as algorithm reliability and system security.
Digiscope is an equipment of excellence (Equipex) founded in 2011 for large-scale visualization of complex phenomena, supporting the uni- or multi-site cooperation of users. He shared the following partners: University Paris-Sud, Univesité Versailles Saint-Quentin, Telecom ParisTech, CentraleSupélec, CNRS, CEA, INRIA collaborating across 10 platforms walls of pictures and a telepresence network.
The scientific objectives of Digiscope, the scope is extended as part of the two RCTs Wendy Mackay and Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, are fully in the multidisciplinary subject of DATAIA Institute. First, Digiscope's research aims to empower experts and users with data, leveraging knowledge of the domain for visualization and collaborative data manipulation online without loss. Second, the actions of the experts define a corpus of traces that can be exploited to extract and transmit domain knowledge and expert preferences.
The interaction human-centered machine is part of the objectives of the Institute and DATAIA DigiScope partners are members of the inner circle of DATAIA Institute (Université Paris-Sud, INRIA, CEA, Telecom ParisTech, CNRS). Collaboration between Digiscope and already DATAIA Institute already cohosh and concerns the use for applications of DATAIA Institute, walls of pictures Digiscope extending the catalog of use cases of Digiscope. A closer mode of collaboration is envisaged to jointly develop the concept of "Wall As A Service", by factoring the human resources, critical for the use and the effective life of the platforms.
The Ecodec LabEx "Economics and Decision Sciences", led by ENSAE-CREST with the Ecole Polytechnique and HEC, is a founding element of a large pole of economy, management and social sciences of a very high level gathering more than a hundred economics and statistics lecturers-researchers from ENSAE ParisTech, its research center -the CREST- from the Ecole polytechnique and HEC, in close contact with the institutions of the Paris-Saclay University such as ENS Paris-Saclay, Paris-Sud University, CEA, AgroParisTech and INRA Its main challenge is to regulate the economy at the service of society.
Ecodec has a transverse axis directly related to the data sciences "New Challenges for New Data". This axis studies new statistical and economic issues that arise with the emergence of new sources of data created by our global economy. These masses of data, indeed, are necessary for a proper assessment or a more transparent society. They simultaneously create new opportunities, but also new threats, all studied in this area.
Ecodec has several teachers-researchers in common with the DATAIA Institute and naturally envisages common scientific actions such as the invitations of the researchers, the organization of seminars and joint doctoral and post-doctoral students.
iCode2 - "Institut for Control and Decision of Paris Saclay 2"
iCode aims to federate the research, the technological transfer, the training and the diffusion of the Automatic and the Decision on the plateau of Saclay. The scientific themes of iCode revolve around four "challenges" poles: Energy - Eco - Exo - Neuro.
This initiative unites the community of control theory specialists and then shares their research with other disciplines such as physics, mathematics, chemistry, biology, computer science, and economics.
Some 40 projects have been funded since March 2014, bringing together teams from the UVSQ, ENSTA ParisTech, CEA, Onera and other members of IDEX. 80 researchers from 23 laboratories belonging to Paris-Saclay University are meeting at the IDEX Paris-Saclay laboratory (Lidex) iCode to make their themes visible.
iCode comes in 2 phases (1/2014 in 2016, and the second phase in November 2016 to June 2019).
The Idex Paris-Saclay finances several structuring initiatives at the Paris-Saclay University partners' level, which are in synergy with the DATAIA Institute, both with the scientific objectives in common and with the scientific staff involved.
The Pascal Institute is the node of Paris-Saclay dedicated to inter-disciplinary exchanges over a long time and on an international scale, like the Institut Henri Poincaré. Its activities are centered on the organization of thematic programs bringing together for a few weeks or a few months scientists at the crossroads of several disciplines (from physics to computer science, via maths, biology and chemistry), to explore emerging fields and / or launch international cooperation networks.
The Pascal Institute and the DATAIA Institute will benefit from cross-media exchanges, with the aim of attracting scientists and students from around the world to the interface of their respective fields. A first proposal at the intersection of the two Institutes is already underway on the field of causal modeling in high energy physics.
The Institute of Technological Research (IRT) SystemX was labeled on February 1, 2012 as part of the investment program for the future, set up to support innovation in France. Unique IRT in Île-de-France, it addresses the areas of digital engineering of the systems of the future, SystemX responds to today's technological challenges through a flexible, open and collective innovation.
The objective of the IRT SystemX is the integration of the technological bricks, developed within the partner academic laboratories, which constitute the support for a dissemination of the results to the industrial partners of the IRT while contributing to a national and international visibility of research activities.
The IRT is therefore an important link for the DATAIA Institute to promote the valorisation of its results in the industrial ecosystem. Researchers at the DATAIA Institute will naturally be able to promote their results in projects to promote IRT. Links can be created between the affiliated industrial club of the DATAIA Institute and the IRT to promote this transition from research to innovation.
Labex Mathématiques Jacques Hadamard
The LMH (Hadamard Mathematics Labex), backed by the FMJH, has been selected for the call for bids "laboratoire d'excellence" of the national state program "investissements d'avenir".
The partner teams of the LMH are : CMLS and CMAP, École Polytechnique; CMLA, ENS Cachan; LMO, and BJH, University of Paris Sud; LMV, UVSQ; LAG, IHES; IPhT, CEA at Saclay; UMA, ENSTA; LTCI, Télécom ParisTech; LaMME, UEVE / ENSIIE; MaIAGE, INRA; MIA Paris, AgroparisTech
The LabEx Mathematics Hadamard (LMH) project, is intended to develop five specific scientific projects :
- Mathematics for Life Sciences
- Mathematics for Engineering
- Mathematics and Physics
- Mathematics and ICST
- EDMH (The Hadamard PhD School of Mathematics)
Maison des Sciences de l’Homme
The MSH (House of Human Sciences) Paris-Saclay has two ambitions: promote interdisciplinarity and federate the SHS forces of Paris-Saclay University. It is present on the Saclay site with 1200 permanent (C, EC and ITA) and 800 doctoral students in about 37 SHS units. The MSH, based on the cartography it has developed, will bring together SHS researchers working on the research axes of the DATAIA Institute.
The MSH shares several teachers-researchers with the DATAIA Institute, who have already collaborated together in the framework of the Institute of the Digital Society (ISN), which contributed to the emergence of the DATAIA Institute. In addition, the DATAIA Institute carries out a multidisciplinary research on data and algorithms, in perfect articulation with the first axis of the MSH (digital and humanities), which brings together 400 SHS researchers and PhD students working on massive data, algorithms and decision ; with the second axis of the MSH (environment and health) which gathers more than 300 researchers and doctoral students SHS; with the third axis of the MSH (transition and innovation), which brings together digital and ecological transitions, data issues being present on all three axes.
Nutriperso, Multidisciplinary Strategic Research Initiative (INSERM, INRA, Agro-ParisTech, CEA, CNRS, INRIA, U. Paris-Sud, TelecomParisTech), aims at the personalized recommendation of diet for a better well-being and better health. The specific targets concern the prevention of type 2 diabetes and the prevention of, for example, deficiencies during retirement.
The objectives of Nutriperso are fully in line with the aims of the DATAIA Institute. First, a significant portion of the research (3 out of 5 milestones) is based on data science, aimed at: characterizing individual risks; characterization of food tribes and associated risk; the recommendation of individual diet changes. Secondly, these objectives are by nature multi-disciplinary (sociology, economics, epidemiology, biology, in addition to data science); the recommendation of individual dietary modifications requires an integrated consideration of the acceptability (individual and economic) of these changes, as well as the effects of substitutions on the overall nutritional balance.
Nutriperso data scientists are active members of the DATAIA Institute (CEA, CNRS, Inria, 2 members of the DATAIA Institute Scientific Committee). Nutriperso (2016-2018) intends to integrate in the DATAIA Institute, and to start a food / health center by bringing its network of scientific and industrial partners (Danone).
Pôle de compétitivité Cap Digital
The DATAIA Institute relies on partnerships with Cap Digital to promote research from the institute to companies in the cluster's ecosystem, to connect the companies belonging to the cluster to the projects and researchers of the institute, to co-build specific calls for projects (use case, data set etc ..) with the region, territories, large groups, and start ups, to set up training programs for SMEs on technologies and issues around data, to organize workshops and identify relevant data themes for the cluster's partners, especially key accounts.
Pôle de compétitivité Systematic
Most partners of the DATAIA Institute are members of the Systematic competitiveness cluster and are very involved in its governance. This creates a proximity with all members of the cluster that will connect them with the DATAIA Institute. Cluster members have already expressed interest in participating in the Institute's industrial partner community. They will be able to bring their vision of the strategic orientations of the Institute as well as proposals for "use-cases".
The members of the cluster will also be the first beneficiaries of the training programs to be initiated by the DATAIA Institute. Finally, it will be able to benefit from the "Ambition PME" action of the cluster to enhance its research results.