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Health - Software

New interoperability testing service for Health IT

Jean-Michel Prima - 18/06/2012

IHE-Europe launches the first vendor-neutral service to test the interoperability of software used by healthcare information systems. The move features a technology transfer from French research center Inria to software testing provider Kereval.

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Embedded Systems

Polychronous Modeling for Multi-core Embedded Systems

Jean-Michel Prima - 11/06/2012

Researchers from Inria and VirginiaTech work together on polychronous programming paradigms that could help design critical embedded software for multi-core architectures. Part of this open source technology will be used by the US Air Force,  as French scientist Jean-Pierre Talpin explains

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Laurent Mevel (left) and Michael Dohler : “We plan to work together again in the future."

Research team

A Common Vibe About SHM

Jean-Michel Prima - 4/06/2012

An Inria research team dedicated to coupling physical modeling with statistics, I4S develops new methods to improve Structural Health Monitoring, i.e.  computerized damage detection on bridges, buildings, or wind turbines. Researchers Laurent Mevel and Michael Döhler explain how their algorithmic technology was successfully transferred to the Danish SVS, the leading software vendor in the field of operational modal analysis.

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AtlanMod team leader Jordi Cabot: “Basically, modelling is about improving productivity and quality. We try to identify industrial problems that we believe can be solved applying modeling technologies. We package and specialize our modeling technologies for various domains, with the help of services companies.”

Modelling technologies

More Efficient Software Modernization through MDE

Jean-Michel Prima - 4/06/2012

Nantes-based AtlanMod research team and Mia-Software company team up on MoDisco, an open source project bound to improve the development of model-driven tools for the reverse engineering of legacy systems. As researchers Jordi Cabot and Hugo Brunelière explain, the experience has also reshaped part of their partner's business model.

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Maud Marchal and Julien Pettré testing the Joyman in Immersia VR room, Rennes

Virtual reality

Lean and Go in Virtual Worlds

Jean-Michel Prima - 23/05/2012

Scientists from Inria and Insa Rennes come up with a trampoline-like innovative VR interface for pedestrian navigation. Making a joystick of the human body as a whole is what Joyman is all about.

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How much do French people understand of the digital world?

Yannick Le Thiec - 22/11/2011

Health, industry, transport, agriculture, communication, the environment… no field has escaped the profound impact of digital sciences and technology – inventions that are moulding the contours of a “New World” today. This daily reality, at once invisible, diverse and omnipresent, raises a fundamental question: how much do French people understand of the digital world in which they live?

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Careers at Inria - Interview

Anne-Hélène Olivier: "I was never trained as an IT specialist"

21/03/2011

Anne-Hélène Olivier is a post-doctoral researcher on the BUNRAKU project team at the Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique research centre. She defended her thesis at the Movement Sport & Health laboratory where she worked on locomotion and movement. Taking advantage of the openness and multi-disciplinary nature of her project team, she is designing experiments based on motion capture and hopes to make a career as a research professor. Read her story.

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Music

Music in 3D

Jean-Michel Prima - 9/02/2011

To better separate the different sounds within a recording in order to remix them at will and rebroadcast them in 3D: that is the objective of i3DMusic, a French-Swiss collaboration featuring two SMEs and two research centres. Higher-performing algorithms could lead to the appearance of new applications for music professionals, as Emmanuel Vincent, manager of this research at the Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique centre, explains.

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Careers at Inria

Yliès Falcone : " Partnerships with the industrial world confront our research with problems of society "

Françoise Monfort, technoscope - 3/02/2011

Yliès Falcone chose his field of research because he likes the rigorous nature of the methods developed in it and their applications in technologies that impact our everyday lives. He is currently pursuing post-doctoral research at the Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique centre as part of the VERTECS team, which is undoubtedly a springboard for this ambitious young researcher.
"At Inria there is strong willingness to form partnerships with industry in order to ensure that our research helps to solve societal issues that form part of our daily lives. I really like this philosophy and it gives meaning to my research"

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Research - Modelling - Images

The brain of Cro-Magnon versus Modern Man: a matter of size

Nathalie Lacaux - 26/01/2011

A multidisciplined team comprised of researchers from Inria, the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the French National Museum of Natural History has unveiled for the first time a study on changes in the brain during the evolution of our species, Homo sapiens, over the last 30,000 years.

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