Evaluation and consultation bodies
The National Committee for Scientific Research
The National Committee for Scientific Research (CoNRS) is made up of over 1000 national and international experts. It is a collective body which plays an essential role in French scientific life. Independence, competence, representativeness, sustainability, collegiality and transparency are the CoNRS's shared values, the aim of which is to guarantee the relevance and coherency of its evaluations.
The INS2I works under two Committee sections dedicated to information science as well as an interdisciplinary commission (CID):
- section 6 - Foundations of Computer Science, Computation, Algorithms, Data and Knowledge Representation, Information Processing
- section 7 - Image and signal processing, computer graphics and vision, embedded systems and systems on chips, robotics, automatic control, human machine interaction, speech and language processing
- CID 51 - Modelling and analysis of biological data and systems: approaches through computer science, mathematics, and physics
The Institute's Scientific Council
The Institutes' Scientific Councils advise and provide assistance by giving Institute directors their opinions and recommendations from a prospective standpoint on relevance and potential of their Institutes' projects.
They are made up of 24 members representing the full diversity of research: research directors, researchers, engineers, technicians, CNRS personnel and others.