MOMI2020 has received fundings by the following sponsors:
- Inria – the French national research institute for the digital sciences, promotes scientific excellence and technology transfer to maximize its impact. It employs 2,400 people. Its 200 agile project teams, generally with academic partners, involve more than 3,000 scientists in meeting the challenges of computer science and mathematics, often at the interface of other disciplines. Inria works with many companies and has assisted in the creation of over 160 startups. It strives to meet the challenges of the digital transformation of science, society and the economy.
- Agence pour les Mathématiques en Interaction avec l’Entreprise et la Société (AMIES) – a national organization that aims to develop relations between academic research teams in mathematics and business, especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). AMIES has three main objectives: (i) Encourage and support new collaborations specifically with SMEs; and increase the notoriety of the value of Mathematics for enterprises. (ii) Mobilize, motivate and (in)form the academic researchers concerning such collaborations. (iii) Change the image of mathematical research and raise its public awareness, especially for (future) students.
- Ecole Doctorale STIC (the IT Doctoral School), under the aegis of the COMUEs (Universities) UCA and PSL, delivers the PhDs of Nice Sophia Antipolis in the scientific domain of Information Technologies. Located in the heart of Sophia Antipolis – the biggest technological pole in Europe – the IT doctoral school takes support from the local high-level research laboratories (INRIA Méditerranée, CNRS I3S, CNRS LEAT, Mines ParisTech CMA, Polytech’Lab) in a strong relationship with the local high-tech firms. It offers an exceptional environment for studies, research, and integration into the international and industrial tissue.
Digital Systems for Humans (DS4H) is the first graduate school of research at Université Côte d’Azur and the only one in France with digital sciences as a focus. It is a multidisciplinary research and educational program centered on how the digital revolution does impact various disciplines such as computer sciences, electronics, economy, and law. Within DS4H, Master and PhD students conceive and build tomorrow’s digital systems; they explore the links between humans and the digital world.
- OLEA Medical – a company developing and marketing automated & multi-vendor organ-dedicated post-processing solutions, significantly improving diagnosis. The company has established strong credibility, through the domestication of cutting-edge technology, and partnerships with leading institutions worldwide. With proprietary Bayesian algorithms and optimization methods applied to medical imaging, today Olea Medical® is a key player in standardized, vendor-neutral, advanced MR quantitative and qualitative image post-processing. Covering both morphologic and functional imaging, Olea Medical® post-processing solutions bring complex mathematics into clinical practice for easy access to accurate and robust biomarkers for enhanced diagnostic confidence and response-to-treatment assessment.
- Natixis Foundation – Founded in 2006, the Natixis Foundation for Research & Innovation acts as a driving force to encourage research in the broad field of mathematical finance and data sciences: capital markets, actuarial finance and insurance, quantitative asset management, risk management, financial econometrics and statistics, derivatives pricing, hedging of complex financial instruments, applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence to new issues in digital finance. Natixis Foundation with its Scientific Committee is a major contributor to the development of research in quantitative finance.
- Huawei – Founded in 1987, Huawei is a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices. We are committed to bringing digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. We have nearly 188,000 employees, and we operate in more than 170 countries and regions, serving more than three billion people around the world.