Awards and accolades
The JCJC (Jeunes Chercheuses et Jeunes Chercheurs) scheme was set up to help project leaders work independently on specific subjects, promoting accountability and encouraging scientific innovation.
Set up following the SmartMarinaproject, led by the Eva team at the Inria Paris centre, the start-up Wattson Elements has unveiled technology capable of remotely monitoring boats moored in marinas. The goal of this solution, given the name Falco, was to improve marina management and security while promoting the development of new services targeted at boat owners.
In mid-January Inria published its white paper on cybersecurity, highlighting 5 scientific challenges that need to be met for the future. High on the list is the security of cryptographic protocols. This is precisely the playing field of the Prosecco team (Inria Paris).
The 2018 edition of the Concours Alkindi is underway! Organised by Animath and France IOI, this competition is supported once again by the Secretary of State for Digital Technology and Inria.
2018 Inria Industry Meetings
Mobility and its environments: a look back at the highlights of the 2018 Inria Industry Meetings event
Station F was the setting for this year’s Inria Industry Meetings, with the focus on smart mobility and related environments. Let’s take a look back at this event, held on 20th November 2018, where researchers, start-ups, manufacturers and many more came together for a series of conferences, round tables and demonstrations.
- Rencontres Inria Industrie Mobility Environments Process optimisation Autonomous vehicles Robotics Security Transport
Highly Cited Researchers
Each year Clarivate Analyticspublish their “ Highly Cited Researchers” list . Taking into account scientific publications, results, reputation and scientific recognition, nearly 6,000 researchers were listed in the rankings for their work in different fields of science.
Awards and distinctions
Fabrizio de Vico Fallani, a researcher with the Aramis project team - a joint Inria, CNRS and Sorbonne University team located at the French Brain and Spine Institute (ICM) - has just received the Junior Scientific Award from the Complex Systems Society. Meeting.
European Research Council 2018
The Extreme-scale Mathematically-based Computational Chemistry (EMC2) project led by Eric Cancès, Laura Grigori, Yvon Maday and Jean-Philip Piquemal has won an ERC Synergy Grant in the context of the 2018 call for projects, and is one of the 27 winners announced on Tuesday, October 23 2018. The four EMC2 principal investigators explain the challenges of this very high-level research project.
- ERC Synergy 2018
- Inria de Paris
- Laura Grigori
European Research Council 2018
We sometimes have to accept making detours in order to find a new, promising transfer opportunity. The spreadsheet verification project, winner of an ERC Proof of Concept grant from the European Research Council, is proof of this. Meeting with Xavier Rival, head of the Antique project team - where it all began.