8th of March in Grenoble
Mélina Skouras, researcher within the Imagine team, works on the tools that will bring the objects of tomorrow to life. This young researcher, who has had an atypical career path, places the users of 3D technology at the heart of her work.
Jérôme Euzenat heads the Moex team, which follows on from the Exmo team, at the Inria Grenoble Rhône-Alpes Research Centre. He told us about the subjects studied by the new team. With Inria celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, he also told us what he thinks the world of computing will look like in 2067.
The modelling and dynamic visual representation of frictional mechanical contacts: this is the subject of the thesis completed by Gilles Daviet within the Bipop project team - work for which he has just received the 2017 thesis first prize awarded by French Association for Computer Graphics, the French Association for Virtual Reality and theEurographicsFrench Chapter. Today, the young researcher is working on simulation tools aimed at special effects for the cinema, in New Zealand.
Hervé Rivano is head of the Agora team, at the Inria centre in Grenoble. His field of study: autonomous networks in an urban context. As the institute celebrates its 50 years, he gives us his vision of the future of this subject.
A member of the Thoth project team at the Inria Grenoble Rhône-Alpes centre, specialised in artificial intelligence applied to computer vision, Julien Mairal has just received the PAMI Young Researcher Award, which rewards the work of a young researcher. This is international recognition for research that has enabled concrete advances to be made in visual model learning.
Arnaud Legrand has been head of the Polaris team at the Inria centre in Grenoble for the last few months. Here he reviews the activity of this young team, specialised in large computing structures - a fast-growing field.
High Performance Computing
Supercomputers and digital simulation lie at the heart of the research carried out by the Datamove project team. They are cutting-edge technologies that, in 50 years' time, should become more generalised and used in numerous professional fields. This is what Bruno Raffin, the head of the team, predicts.
Researcher with the NeCS team, Maria Laura Delle Monache has just been awarded the "France-Berkeley Fund award for high-achieving younger researchers", along with Samitha Samaranayake (Cornell University, PhD UC Berkeley). The prestigious American university is thereby rewarding the researcher's commitment to forging links between France and the United States.
SAMSON, a software platform designed to study and prototype nanosystems, developed by the Nano-D research team, has reached 1000 beta testers worldwide. The new version has been available since 23 May 2017. In light of its increasing popularity among professionals in the fields of chemistry, physics, biology and nanosciences, SAMSON users and developers will come together from 23 to 30 June in Lyon to receive training and learn to develop their own modules.
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