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INRIA, the national institute for research in computer science and control, operating under the dual authority of the Ministry of Research and the Ministry of Industry, is dedicated to fundamental and applied research in information and communication science and technology (ICST). The Institute also plays a major role in technology transfer by fostering training through research, dissemination of results, development, as well as providing expert advice and participating in international programs. INRIA has a workforce of 3,700. Many INRIA researchers are also professors whose approximately 950 doctoral students work on theses as part of INRIA research projects.


The POPS research group investigates solutions to enhance programmability, adaptability and reachability of small objects designated by POPS (Portable Objects Proved to be Safe). The POPS set contains small devices like smart cards, RFID tags or sensors, which are characterized by limited resources, high mobility and high security level in spite of non-trusted environment. POPS research team consists of 20 researchers. One of the main topics of POPS is security of small objects, from the operating system level to the application level. The POPS project is also involved in several related national and European projects, like RECAP platform Project, FP6 IST IP Project “Wirelessly Accessible Sensor Populations'' (WASP), FP7 ICT SecureChange, RNRT SVP (SuperVise and Prevent) project, and ANR SFINCS

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