European Research Council 2015
Specialist in neuroimaging data, Stanley Durrleman is a researcher with Aramis, a joint team between Inria-Paris and the French Brain and Spine Institute (ICM). His work on digital models of the brain development and ageing has enabled him to win an ERC grant, awarded by the European Commission.
Our 2016 campaign to hire 28 young graduate scientists and young experienced scientists and senior researchers has gotten off to a start.
Cordelia Schmid, an Inria research director, has received the Humboldt Research Award for her work on computer vision spanning more than 20 years. She was nominated for this scientific award by Michael Black, the director of the Perceiving Systems department at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen, Germany.
European Research Council 2015
Karthik Bhargavan, an INRIA director of research specialising in the security of data exchanges on the Internet, has just been awarded a Consolidator Grantby the European Research Council(1). This achievement, which is testament to a journey that is as exemplary as it is atypical, offers interesting prospects to the researcher and his team.
Antoine Petit, Inria CEO, has appointed Bertrand Braunschweig as Director of the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre as of 1 January 2016.
On 1 January 2016, Carlos Canudas de Wit was awarded an IEEE Fellowship for his work on networked mechanical and robotics system control and modelling.
2015 marked a busy year in the field of computational sciences with a lot of scientific rewards, new partnerships, researcher profiles and 30 years of business creation... Discover the events that set the tempo for the year 2015 of Inria by following the timeline!
Xavier Leroy, head of the Gallium project team at the Inria Paris research center, is one of the new Fellows honored by the American scholarly society ACM in 2015, in a tribute to his decisive work on programming languages and compilers, their reliability and their security.
[2015-11-19] Alpines, Inria Rocquencourt, together with three international partners, have been funded with nearly 4 million euros (3,907,375) for a front-line research project, named NLAFET, focusing on novel methods and software for the future supercomputer systems.NLAFET is coordinated by Umeå University (UMU), Sweden, with international partners from University of Manchester (UNIMAN), United Kingdom, Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et Automatique (INRIA Rocquencourt, Alpines), France, and The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), United Kingdom.
SC15 Invited Talk-Dr. Laura Grigori Presents Fast and Robust Communication Avoiding Algorithms: Current Status and Future Prospects.
Inria Research Centers
- Frédéric Loiret: a European researcher and citizen
- Inria joins European Public Private Partnership on Big Data research
- Christine Morin, laureate of the “Étoiles de l’Europe”’s prize
- Florence Bertails-Descoubes: From a real object to its virtual avatar
- Inria supports the development of digital Humanities through DARIAH
- Engineer recruitment campaign: 46 positions to be filled in 2015
- PhD positions : 2015 recruitment campaign under way
- Campaign "Research Positions": Inria is hiring 7 researchers
- Available soon on FUN: a MOOC on Semantic Web, by Inria-uTOP
- 2015 Competitive recruitment of young graduate scientists and senior researchers
- Computer Science and Applied Mathematics Prizewinners' Forum, please register !
- Alexander Zeh (Grace), winner of the Special Prize of the Jury of the UFA for his thesis
- Disturbances on inria.fr on Monday, December 1st
- François Fages awarded the Michel Monpetit Prize
- Director of European and International Partnerships