The research group “Informatique Géométrique et Graphique, Réalité Virtuelle et Visualisation (GdR IG-RV)” of the INS2i of the CNRS is made up of several scientifically very close communities (Discrete geometry, the visualization community, and the virtual reality community). The GDR offers industrialists who join the club direct access to a large pool of academic skills and the laboratories that participate in the GdRs access to industrial issues, on the basis of which collaborations, projects, theses, or other actions can be built.
Being part of the club allows joining the community of companies that are active and passionate about everything related to graphic computing, virtual reality, or visualization.
The club is also a privileged channel of communication with the research teams of the academic laboratories through its two representatives on the GDR’s steering committee and its participation in the GDR’s events: the GDR’s national plenaries, the working group days, the thematic days, the GDR’s schools and gives access to the material and productions of these events. The partners can also be able to organize business-doctoral meetings around industrial issues.
Good news Berger-Levrault has joined the club, we are now part of its partners. And that’s a good thing, because Berger-Levrault is not short of ideas for expose industrial problems.