Philippe Preux, a researcher with the Sequel* project team at the Inria Lille center, is one of the winners of the Université de Lille Nord Europe's I-SITE EXPAND call for projects. His Bandits for Health project is among the ten EXPAND projects financed to up to €150k (including the recruitment of a PhD student).
8th of March in Lille
International Women's Day is celebrated since 1977. This event follows from protests for women's rights in the early 20th century. On the occasion of this day, rediscover women who work daily in the environment and field of computational science.
How can we anticipate security issues on urban transport networks in order to ensure that personnel are in the right place at the right time? It sounds like something out of a sci-fi novel, but this is what is currently happening on the Lille metro network, where the project team Inocs has developed an algorithm used to optimise agent's schedules.
From March 13 to 15, the HAID conference organized at Inria Lille will bring together researchers from the audio, haptics and human-computer interaction communities. This event will provide a forum for dialogue on inventing tomorrow's interactive devices, and will also include a day dedicated to exchanges with industry.
Since 2002, Inria has funded an “associate team” programme to strengthen collaboration between Inria project teams and cutting-edge research teams around the world. In 2018, Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center promotes 4 associate teams all over the world.
Relive 2018 through the events that have marked Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center. Partnerships, best papers or events, let's see the striking facts of our center.
In 2018, Inria Lille - Nord Europe centre celebrates its 10th anniversary. Discover 10 years of research and technology transfert in video.
Creating sensor networks that can provide farmers with complete, real-time and cost-effective information on weather conditions in their fields, even in areas without the Internet of Things, is the aim of the thesis Brandon Foubert has just started at the Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center in collaboration with Sencrop.
In 10 years, the Pharo programming language - created at Inria by the researchers Stéphane Ducasse and Marcus Denker - has established itself in a number of fields: Web applications, servers, telecommunications, banking, etc. This success is based on an active community of over 100 contributors and a wide distribution, both academic and industrial.