Jean-Yves Courtonne is a post-doc working with the STEEP team, and has been coordinating the AF Filières research project since September 2017. The project is run in partnership with the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Énergie Environnement agency, and focuses on flow analysis in biomass industries, chiefly timber and wood biomass, with the aim of guiding policy-makers in choosing and evaluating eco-transition strategies. Find out more below.
A look back at the "Succeeding with software industrialisation: Challenges and good practices" event
On Thursday 28 June, 140 people had the opportunity to discuss software industrialisation good practices.
From 2 to 6 July 2018, the Inria Grenoble centre will welcome researchers, students and members of industry to its PAISS summer school, dedicated to artificial intelligence - an initiative, led by Inria and Naver Labs, in order to further knowledge and stimulate interactions.
For a period of two weeks, beginning on 12 April, the clothing brand Zara has been inviting people to discover the new items from its spring-summer 2018 Studio collection through an augmented reality experience.
Following on from the submission of the report by Cédric Villani and further to the announcements made by President Emmanuel Macron on 29 March 2018, Grenoble is affirming its position and its capacity to respond to the future call for projects which will establish the outlines of the French institutes dedicated to artificial intelligence.
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.
Innovation has been at the heart of the Grenoble metropolitan region's identity for 150 years. Recognition for its ecosystem, based on collaborative work between the university, research and industry - with the support of the state and the local and regional authorities - goes well beyond national borders.
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.
- Cordelia Schmid wins the 2016 Longuet-Higgins Prize
- Anatoscope and Pixyl en route to conquer the North American markets
- "Best paper" at UNet 2016 for air pollution monitoring
- Researchers in the Perception and Mistis teams received the 2016 Hojjat Adeli Award
- PhD positions : 2015 recruitment campaign under way
- Campaign "Research Positions": Inria is hiring 7 researchers
- Analysing the mechanisms of evolution: a symbiosis between Brazil and France
- Campaign "Research Positions": Inria is hiring ten researchers