Introductory text about the LINCS.
The LINCS is a newly-created research centre, co-founded by INRIA, Institut Mines-Télécom, UPMC and Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, dedicated to research and innovation in the domains of future information and communication networks, systems and services. Other industrial partners will join the centre by the end of 2012.
A key concept of the LINCS is a physical co-localisation of researchers from the four partner institutions, creating a collaborative work space that facilitates exchange and innovation.
Each year the LINCS organizes a workshop with its Scientific Committee, an advisory board composed of researchers and experts of the highest international renown. This two-day event was first held on June 18-19th 2012 at LINCS premises; it included a varied programme of talks and discussions.
A key aim of the LINCS is to foster international collaboration and innovation in the world of networking and communication sciences. To this end, we are delighted to welcome a programme of first-rate visiting researchers of international renown. As of May 2012, LINCS’s three latest visiting professors are Jim Kurose, Catherine Rosenberg and Ravi Mazumdar.
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