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MIAI Grenoble Alpes (Multidisciplinary Institute in Artificial Intelligence) aims to conduct research in artificial intelligence at the highest level, to offer attractive courses for students and professionals of all levels, to support innovation in large companies, SMEs and startups and to inform and interact with citizens on all aspects of AI.

 

MIAI at glance

  • Research
    Our research chairs
    Find out more about our research chairs in Core AI or in one of our Application domains (Health, Environment&Energy, Industry 4.0).
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  • EFELIA-MIAI
    AI Education
    Learn more about the possibilities of Education in AI : Masters or Engineering degrees or short programs for professionals.
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  • Webinars on generative AI
    MIAI webinars
    The new season of webinars led by MIAI & Minalogic explores the hot topic of generative AI (in French).
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  • MIAI Publications
    Our publications
    You will find here all the publications from researchers working with MIAI, on different AI topics.
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MIAI key figures

40+
Research chairs started since 2019
1440+
Publications since 2019
2900+
People trained in AI in 2022
(core AI, AI + Application, LLL)
17
Startups created since 2019
450+
Members, including 220 permanent academic members and over 250 non-permanent members
19 awards

6 ERC,
2 Highly Cited Researchers,
5 IUF, 4 CNRS medals,
1 Fellow IEEE, 1 EIT innovation award
and many other ones!

100+
Private partners
100+
Exploratory & Open Call projects funded by MIAI since 2019

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Find more about Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA)
Find more about Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA)
Anchored in its territory, multidisciplinary and open to the international, Université Grenoble Alpes brings together the main public higher education institutions of Grenoble and Valence. In association with the national research organizations and the international research facilities present on its territory, it builds its innovation policy on a global scale.