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European Research Council 2010
The medical saying "prevention is better than cure" also applies to computers. Karthik Bhargavan, a young researcher from the MOSCOVA team, recently received an ERC grant to continue his work on ensuring the safety of services such as personal and sensitive data management. This work is both theoretical and highly applied, and is carried out at the Inria and Microsoft Research joint laboratory. We went to meet this researcher.
Innovation - Embedded systems
Bigimbaz is a search tool for collections of images. Users provide it with a requested image, and it returns the most similar images from the collection, which can include millions of images. The API can be integrated into any software, particularly a web server, like in the demonstration program.
Futur en Seine
As part of the Futur en Seine, Inria is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Web alongside Tim Berners Lee, the inventor of this fantastic tool! On 13 June, at a conference, Sir Tim will share the challenges that, from his point of view, await the Web in the next 25 years. His speech will be followed by a discussion with various Web experts, including Fabien Gandon, manager of the Inria Wimmics project team, who will give us his vision of the Web.
- Open innovation
- Distributed architectures
- Human-computer interaction
- Futur en Seine
A researcher at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and a member of the TYREX team, Pierre Genevès has been awarded the CNRS Bronze Medal for his applied theoretical work designed to improve the performance and reliability of web applications.
W3C invites automotive manufacturers and service providers, wireless carriers, media service providers and advertisers, insurance companies, application and solution developers and others to participate in the W3C workshop on Web and Automotive, 14-15 Nov. 2012, Rome, Italy.
Place : Rome (Italy)