Three Inria researchers have received the 39th Symposium on Security and Privacy “Distinguished Paper Award”
Vincent, Steve and Itsaka received the Distinguished Paper Award during the 39th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, which took place in San Francisco from 21-23 May.
On 6 September Emmanuel Vincent, Inria research director in the Nancy centre's Multispeech team, received the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA) award for the best paper published in the journalComputer Speech and Languageover the last five years. The winning paper, published in 2013, presents the conclusions of the first 'CHiME' speech recognition challenge organised in 2011 by Emmanuel and his colleagues from the University of Sheffield.
MFX (Matter from Graphics), is the name of the brand new team at the Inria Nancy research centre. Its field of research? 3D modelling of parts for additive manufacturing, combined with reflection on how to design and produce the objects. Interview with Sylvain Lefebvre, Inria research director and head of the team.
- Inria Nancy - Grand Est
- 3D modelisation
- Sylvain Lefebvre
- 3D print
- Additive manufacturing
Meeting with Marie Duflot and the love she divides between r research, teaching and scientific outreach
Aged 41, Marie is a senior lecturer, researcher and scientific culture officerin the field of computer science. She teaches at the University of Lorraine whilst also working within VeriDis, a joint team between Loria (Lorraine Research Laboratory in Computer Science and its Applications) and the Inria Nancy Grand-Est research centre.
Digital technology is one of the four cross-disciplinary themes of the French national Scientific, Technical and Industrial Culture (CSTI) strategy.
In keeping with this national strategy, the Inria Nancy - Grand Est centre and the association Les Petits Débrouillards Grand Est, with the financial support of the Région Grand Est regional authority, will - from November 2018 until June 2019 - be trying out a digital culture training approach aimed at regional representatives, based on the Class'Code system.
- Inria Nancy - Grand Est
- Les Petits Débrouillards
From 4 to 8 June, Inria Nancy Grand - Est organised the European conference ECSCW: “The European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: The International Venue on Practice–centred Computing and the Design of Cooperation Technologies”.
- Inria research centre - Nancy - Grand Est
- Collaborative work
- Claudia-Lavinia Ignat
- Cooperative applications
The Neurosys team has been welcoming Eliott Sarrey, a robotics enthusiast and winner of the Google Science Fair Incubator Award.
The new Inria Nancy centre research team, MOCQUA, explores emerging computational models such as infinite precision dynamical systems, higher-order computation and quantum computing.
The team’s leader, Emmanuel Jeandel, met with us to explain more about the work of his team, which is made up of nine permanent researchers, a post-doctoral researcher and two PhD students.
On December 20th 2017, in the presence of Jean-Pierre BOURGUIGNON, President of the European Council of the Research (ERC) we invited ERC grantees to present their results, advances and ambitions. A precious opportunity to share their views on the future of their disciplines, discuss the best way of guaranteeing the economic and societal impact of the researches led in Inria Nancy Grand – Est Center as well as is and at our academic partners.
- Artificial intelligence
- 50 years
- 3D printing
- 50th years Anniversary
- Digital simulation
- ERC 2017
- Tens of free educational resources on code and computational thinking ‘à la carte’, to use and reuse...
- Training paths: training designed by experts in the digital sciences you can follow at your own pace
- Meetings with other participants in order to discuss, share and experiment – close to where you live
- and testimonials!
Her wiki webpage
Marie in five dates:
- 1994: Bac C (mathematics and science baccalaureate), computer science option, followed by preparatory class
- 1996: Graduate school ENS Cachan, mathematics and computer science
- 2003: PhD in computer science
- 2004: Lecturer at Créteil
- 2011: Arrived to Nancy
Steve Kremer: Following studies in computer science in Belgium, he spent a post-doctoral year at the University of Birmingham in England. On his return he joined the Inria Saclay centre, within the SECSI team, which works on information systems security, before joining the Inria Nancy - Grand Est research centre in 2011.
Vincent Cheval: Following a PhD at ENS Cachan, he studied post-doctoral degrees at the University of Birmingham and at Inria Nancy. He then became a lecturer at the University of Kent, in England, before being recruited by Inria in 2015 as a researcher.
Itsaka Rakotonirina: He works on information security. Following a master's in fundamental computer science at ENS Cachan, he did his end-of-studies internship with Steve, which made him want to continue with a PhD at the Inria Nancy - Grand Est research centre.