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An initiative for excellence for Lille

19/01/2015

Wednesday, January 21, Inria, University of Lille, CNRS, and Inserm, will file their response to a call for projects issued by the French government, calledInitiatives d'excellence(Initiatives for Excellence) or IDEX. The call is part of the government’s second Future Investment Plan. The aim of these initiatives is to develop ten or so major research universities on a par with the world’s leading universities.

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Binaire, the blog that's wild about Computer Science

MDV - 14/01/2015

Binaire, Le Monde's blog on Computer Science, is celebrating its first anniversary. Its only rule is to talk about computer science... to everyone. Interview with Serge Abiteboul, Research Director at Inria.

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European Research Council 2014

Vadim Lyubashevsky: making cryptographic systems more secure

12/01/2015

Protected by cryptography, what we share over the Net is secure… for the time being. Vadim Lyubashevsky is a researcher working in the Cascade project team. He designs data protection protocols with improved security. His project is supported by the European Research Council (ERC), which has awarded him aStarting Grant.

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3D printing, a new asset for research

19/12/2014

Mario Sanz Lopez, a multidisciplinary engineer, is not only an expert in robotics and designing sensors and interfaces, but also in building prototypes. A member of the Shacra project team, a joint initiative between Lille university and Inria North European Labs, he is currently putting his talents to use in medical modelling, with the help of a rapidly growing technology, 3D printing.

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Christine Morin, laureate of the “Étoiles de l’Europe”’s prize

Nathalie Lacaux - 19/12/2014

Christine Morin, research manager at the Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique research center, received the “Étoiles de l’Europe”’s prize last december, 16. This prize reward her implication in an european project called “Contrail, open computing infrastructures for elastic services”.

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Retrospective

Inria 2014 year in review

Nathalie Lémy - 18/12/2014

This year, the researchers of Inria worked to meet the social and economic challenges of our time: assistance to the person, connected objects, autonomous car, robotics humanoid... With rewarded scientific results, new partnerships and always more innovations, but what we have to remind about this past year? Find all the highlights which punctuated year 2014 of our institute.

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Jean-Pierre Merlet: a life dedicated to robotics mobility

16/12/2014

For over 20 years, Jean-Pierre Merlet, head of the Hephaistos team, has devoted his time and energy to the development of industrial robots and high precision therapeutic devices. His work has earned him the highest rank of the IEEE*, giving him the status of a Fellow.

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Gaston Berger University selected as an African Centre of Excellence

15/12/2014

In response to a call from the World Bank and with the academic support of the Association of African Universities, Gaston Berger University in Saint-Louis was selected as the African Centre of Excellence in Mathematics, Computer Science, Communication and Information Technology (CEA-MITIC)

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The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things : Two new equipments of excellence

Olivier Constant - 12/12/2014

Inaugurated last autumn, the IoT-LAB and CorteXlab platforms are strengthening the capabilities of the FIT equipment of excellence dedicated to the Internet of Things. Offering a unique wide-ranging collection of equipment, these laboratories are available to both researchers and commercial companies alike.

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European Research Council 2014

Florence Bertails-Descoubes: From a real object to its virtual avatar

Martin Bellet / Citizen Press - 12/12/2014

For the experts in computer animation, simulating the movement of hair and clothing in the most realistic way possible is a more complex problem than it first appears. The work carried out by Florence Bertails-Descoubes in the inverse modelling of irregular dynamic systems could just be the solution they are looking for. She has recently been awarded a Starting Grant by the European Research Council (ERC).

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