The 11th Plenary Meeting of the European Technology Transfer Offices (TTO) will take place at Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée Centre
To facilitate and support the development and cross-border networking of national knowledge transfer office networks and the work of existing pan-European networks, the Commission has launched an initiative that aims at enhancing collaboration on knowledge transfer among the TTOs (Technology Transfer Offices) of large European public research organisations - the "European TTO circle".
European Research Council 2017
George Drettakis, Inria research director at the Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre and head of the Grapdeco project-team, specialist in Computer Graphics, has just received the European Research Council (ERC) grant in the Advanced category for the FUNGRAPH proposal "A New Foundation for Computer Graphics with Inherent Uncertainty".
European Research Council 2017
Xavier Pennec, Inria research director at the Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre in the Epione team, has just received the European Research Council (ERC) grant in the Advanced category for the G-Statistics project "Foundations of Geometric Statistics and Their Application in the Life Sciences".
8th of March in Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
On March 8th, on the occasion of the International Women's Rights Day, we have chosen to honour talented women who make the news of the Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre in their field of research and who illustrate each of them Inria's motto: "scientific excellence at the service of transfer and society".
Yuliya Tarabalka, a researcher with the Titane team at the Inria Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée centre, is the winner of the ANR JCJC (French National Research Agency's Young Researchers) grant. Her project for a compact and generic representation of satellite images opens the door to numerous applications.
- Grande échelle
- Deep learning
- Modélisation géométrique
- Yuliya Tarabalka
- Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
David Simplot takes up his duties as head of the Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée research centre as of January 1,2018. Appointed by Antoine Petit, CEO of Inria, he succeeds Gérard Giraudon.
From biometrics to health care
Antitza Dantcheva, researcher in the Stars team at the Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre, is a recipient of the ANR JCJC (Young researchers grant). She is currently working on concrete applications ranging from security to health care.
- Best Italian Young Researcher in Theoretical Computer Science
- Best paper award For Christelle Caillouet (Coati team)
- Best poster award - Antitza Dantcheva (Stars Team)
- SPINSTIM: A new collaboration between a joint Inria/LIRMM team and the start-up NEURINNOV
- Health and artificial intelligence
- Grand Prix of the city of Nice awarded to Jacques Blum
- The BioMathematica Startup is recipient of NASA Grant
- Best Paper at EKM 2018 for Catherine Faron-Zucker and Oscaro Rodriguez Rocha
- Holger Heumann et Blaise Faugeras named ITER scientist fellows 2018
- Award for Eitan Atman from Neo research team