Would you like to carry out rewarding research work in computer science and applied mathematics? Are you a young and talented scientist? Inria can offer you a position in on one of its research teams to work on your PhD thesis. Inria is offering forty-four government funded thesis positions among others in 2013.
Inria will be holding competitive exams to fill research positions from 15 January on. In 2013, the Institute will be hiring twenty young graduate scientists and nine senior researcher via an externalized competitive selection process. The positions in question are based all over France. If you are interested, please submit your application before 18 February.
Do you want to pursue rewarding research work in the field of computer science and mathematics? Are you looking for an internationally recognized working environment with links to industry? In 2013, Inria is offering 55 government-funded post-doctoral positions among others, each lasting about 12 or 24 months, for holders of a PhD or other doctorate.
European Research Council 2012
Stéphane Redon is one of four Inria candidates selected in the young researcher category for the 2012 ERC European call for projects. His project, named ADAPT, develops adaptive mathematical and algorithmic methods to produce nanosystem CAD software that aims to be as generic as the benchmark macroscopic CAD software Catia, developed by Dassault Systèmes.
European Research Council 2011
Thanks to the Advanced Grant awarded to her by the European Research Council (ERC), aimed at experienced researchers, Marie-Paule Cani, a university professor at the INP Grenoble, will finance five years of research into the design of animated virtual shapes within the framework of her IMAGINE team, shared with Inria Grenoble and with the Jean Kuntzmann laboratory (CNRS and Universities of Grenoble). She hopes to make the digital tool as intuitive as simply using pen and paper, and much more efficient.
Health, industry, transport, agriculture, communication, the environment… no field has escaped the profound impact of digital sciences and technology – inventions that are moulding the contours of a “New World” today. This daily reality, at once invisible, diverse and omnipresent, raises a fundamental question: how much do French people understand of the digital world in which they live?
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The WAM project team has developed a mobile augmented reality audio application to help guide the visually impaired when using public transport. Real-life experiments in Grenoble focusing on improving the independence of disabled people have been conducted.
To design and produce a biosensor that can detect and measure the concentration of mercury in water: that is the ambitious aim of the eleven Grenoble students taking part in the 8th edition of the international synthetic biology competition iGEM.