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The Innovation and research initiative for free software (French: Initiative pour la Recherche et l'Innovation sur le Logiciel Libre, IRILL) is a French research center. This centre was created in September 2010 by INRIA with Pierre and Marie Curie University and Paris Diderot University and is located at the INRIA in Paris.[1] Roberto Di Cosmo is the director of IRILL. IRILL aims to provide resources to FLOSS actors like researchers, developers or industrials. It will also help technology transfer toward small and medium enterprises and improves the way FLOSS developments are currently taught. The goal of IRILL is to take over some of the significant challenges coming from the generalisation of Free and Open Source Software; for this, we want to attract some very special people to join it, and this page tries to give a rough idea of the identi-kit of an IRILL member. Researchers. A typical senior researcher at IRILL is a well-established and recognised researcher, that has also participated, or followed actively the development of some free or open source software project, and that is ready now to bridge the gap between these two activities. Stepping back for a while from the code and software development, he identifies some significant issues in the evolution of that development, makes them the object of his research, and once some significant improvements come out, will make an effort to bring them to the attention of the developer community of the original project, ideally up to the point of having them adopted. This same criterion applies to whole projects or research teams joining IRILL. In parallel with the research activity, we encourage activities oriented towards the development of new components of a Computer Science curriculum, specifically taking into account the availability, for use, contribution and study, of free and open source software. Researchers, teachers, projects and team are hosted in the center for a limited amount of time.IRILL wifi network: Network name “Irill” the password is provided on site. Good thing about this network is that there is no filtering. The Irill offices are situated in the jussieu campus. The address is 4, place Jussieu,75005 Paris, France. The metro stop is jussieu on metro line 10 and 7. After entering the campus look for tower number 16, then take the elevator, or the stairs to reach the first floor. Now look for the door that is identified as 15-16: that’s where the Irill offices are located! Universities: UPMC(Paris universitie) INRIA(Inventors for the digital world) Universities Paris Diderot(Paris 7) Research : IRILL, gives suggestions on the lines of research and validates the choices of the projetcs and teams hosted in the Center. Coccinelle: Kill bugs before they hatch. Cosyverif: A software environment whose goal is the formal specification and verification of dynamic systems. Mancoosi: Manage the Complexity of the Open Source Infrastructure. Ocsigen: Fresh air in Web programming

The following is the list of scholars from IRILL who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences

The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from IRILL that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.

The following is the list of scholars from IRILL who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences

Hartmut Grammel
Kirill Shlyapnikov