• News/Events
  • Claude Castelluccia, co-chair of WP5 of the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute, and other members of the INRIA Privatics Team affiliated with WP5, have published the Protocole “DESIRE: A Third Way for a European Exposure Notification System” - an approach that wishes to leverage the best of centralized and decentralized systems in relation with contact-tracing Apps.
  • One World ABC Seminar: Gael Martin
    on the May 21, 2020
    For this fourth session of the One World ABC Seminar, Gael Martin from Monash University will talk about "Focused Bayesian Prediction"
  • In this new article, posted with the Cross Border Data Forum, Theodore Christakis, co-director of the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute and Kenneth Propp, Professor at Georgetown University, examine the legal status of the UK-US CLOUD Act Agreement under International and US Law.
  • The Grenoble Alpes Data Institute launched an interdisciplinary call on ethical, environmental and societal practices and issues of data processing. The committee selected 10 projects.
  • One World ABC Seminar
    from April 9, 2020 to July 16, 2020
    Inspired by the "One World Probability Seminar", we decided to run The One World ABC Seminar, a weekly/fortnightly series of seminars that will take place on Blackboard Collaborate on Thursdays at 11.30am [UK time]. The idea is to gather members and disseminate results and innovation during these weeks and months under lockdown.
  • Théodore Christakis and Katia Bouslimani, from CESICE laboratory, Grenoble Alpes University, wrote a chapter about surveillance in a book edited by the Oxford University Press.


Grenoble Alpes Data Institute

An interdisciplinary research Institute on how data change science and society

The Grenoble Alpes Data Institute aims to undertake groundbreaking interdisciplinary research focusing on how data change science and society.

It combines three fields of data-related research in a unique way: data science applied to spatial and environmental sciences, biology, and health sciences; data-driven research as a major tool in Social Sciences and Humanities; and studies about data governance, security and the protection of data and privacy.
Data-driven innovation is a key pillar of 21st-century growth and will significantly enhance scientific progress, economic competitiveness and social well-being.

The Grenoble Alpes Data Institute is created in a timely manner in order to undertake promising data-related research on strategic fields including climate change, space, health, the protection of freedom and security of European citizens, and the promotion of innovative societies.