Inria has been involved in organising the 2014 edition of ICIP, the international conference dedicated to image-processing, which is being held in France for the first time, between 27 and 30 October at CNIT, Paris – La Défense. Christine Guillemot, Sirocco team manager and Josiane Zerubia, Ayin team manager are both managers of the organising committee. Guillemot will be chairing the plenary sessions while Zerubia will be chairing the tutorials. Nicholas Ayache, manager of the Asclépios team, who was recently awarded the Inria – French Académie des sciences Grand Prize 2014 will be giving a talk entitled “Medical Image Computing for Computational Medicine” on 28 October. Among the numerous Inria teams conducting research into image-processing, eleven teams are involved in the work chosen for ICIP 2014, namely the Ayin, Asclépios, Géostat, Lagadic, Magrit, Prima, Stars, Serpico, Sirrocco, TexMex and Titane teams. Several teams will also be showing their work on the Inria Stand (N°9). These will be Ayin, Clime, Geostat, Morpheme and Stars.
- ERC grant
- Personally Assisted Living
- Data Visualization
- Medical imaging
- Image processing
- Video surveillance
In the networks jungle, how to ensure protection of users' personal data? The French start-up, Novathings, and the Diana team at Inria joined forces to help individuals regain control of their digital lives
- Architecture and user rights
- Connected objects
- Social networks
- Personal data backup and security
Maureen Clerc, a researcher in the Athena project team at Inria, has been awarded the Pierre Faurre* Prize by the French Academy of Sciences in recognition of her work on the modelling and interpretation of electrical signals in the brain.
Nicolas Nova is the keynote speaker scheduled to close IHM14, the Man-Machine Interaction Conference sponsored by INRIA and Lille University. Professor at the HEAD-Geneva University of Art and Design, he teaches ethnography applied to design, more specifically in the field of digital design. He is also co-founder of the Near Future Laboratory, an innovation-centred design agency that works with major companies including Sony and Renault.
Inria celebrated on June 13 the 25 years of the World Wide Web along with Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of this great tool. At a conference at Futur en Seine in Paris, Sir Tim outlined the challenges facing the Web for the next 25 years. He invited users worldwide to define "the Web We Want."
This year's CNRS Gold Medal, France's highest honour for scientific work, has been awarded to Gérard Berry, former Research Director for Inria, former President of the Inria Evaluation Committee and, since 2012, occupant of the first chair in computer science at the Collège de France.
Portrait : Maxime Bonelli
Thanks to funding under a CIFRE agreement, Maxime Bonelli is preparing a PhD thesis on behavioural finance with TOSCA team project*. At the same time as pursuing his PhD, he also works at Koris International, a financial investment advisory firm. Maxime is very enthusiastic about his research area and appreciates the mutual contributions between academia and industry.
Graduate students from Canada and France will participate in projects overseas
Inria Research Centers
- Director of European and International Partnerships
- Inria and Mitacs launch student exchange programme
- Inria at the NEM Summit in Brussels
- ERCIM’s 25th anniversary
- ERCIM Alain Bensoussan Fellowship Programme - round call
- 2014 competitive selections: acceptance results
- Senior researcher: list of acceptable applicants
- Young experienced scientists: list of acceptable applicants
- François Baccelli Wins the 2014 ACM SIGMETRICS Achievement Award
- Florian Simatos Wins 2014 ACM SIGMETRICS Rising Star Researcher Award