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On 10 February Monique Thonnat, along with Mathieu Hazouard (Aquitaine regional councillor), Michel Delpuech (prefect of the Aquitaine region), Philippe Leconte (Inserm regional representative), Christophe Giraud (CNRS regional representative), Alain Juppé (president of the supervisory board of the Bordeaux CHU (university hospital)), Philippe Vigouroux (director of Bordeaux CHU), Thierry Francq (deputy general commissioner), Professor Michel Haissaguerre and Manuel Tunon de Lara (president of the University of Bordeaux), laid the foundation stone of the building which will be welcoming, in November 2014, the administrative staff, in December 2015 researchers and, in March 2015, the laboratories.
For the first time in the Bordeaux regional education authority area, the local education authority, Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest, the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research) and the University of Bordeaux are organising a MathC2+ training course*. Intended for year 11 pupils, the course, entitledWhen mathematics and computing come together in digital sciencesis part of the MathC2+ government scheme, aimed at encouraging talented young scientists and promoting careers in the field of science.
In an extremely competitive global market, the French wine-making sector must face numerous challenges. It must maintain its competitiveness in a durable way, and evolve so as to be in tune with societal expectations. EXAPTA - a decision-support tool (DST) adaptable to any vineyard - was created with this in mind.
International team of collaborators develops and validatesapproach for predicting disease spread.
- Inria research centre - Bordeaux - South-West
- Sebastien Benzekry
- Cancer Metastasis
- Mathematical Modeling
As part of TANDEM*, an Investment in the Future Programme, the Cardamom project-team is contributing to “the expansion of scientific knowledge of France to anticipate the impact of a tsunami on France's Atlantic coastlines.” Ten renowned partners have committed to the four-year multidisciplinary project designed to provide improved awareness of risks and corrective actions to take.
Moroccan PhD student Hicham Badri (GeoStat team, Inria - Bordeaux Sud-Ouest) has been awarded 2015 Best Thesis Prize by AFRIF*, the Association Française pour la Reconnaissance et l'Interprétation des Formes (French Association for the Recognition and Interpretation of Shapes). Let's take a look at this prestigious prize and his experience.
The reproducibility of experiments and observations is the very basis of the scientific approach, and the computational sciences are not an exception. Indeed, code should also be reproducible, which means that codes from original works must be accessible and functional. This is, however, far from being the case - as Nicolas Rougier, a researcher with the MNEMOSYNE project team, recently observed.
Today, the work of Marcel-Paul Schützenberger has a resonance in all of the academic and industrial sectors: digital technology indeed affects all areas. This phenomenon was highlighted during the two round tables organised by Inria, the CNRS and the University of Bordeaux during the symposium "The scientific heritage of Marcel-Paul Schützenberger" on 24 March.
European Research Council 2011
This year anew, four young researchers form Inria have got a grant from the very selective European Research Council, ERC, to take the lead of a five year long exploratory research with a budget of 1 to 1.5 million Euros. Interview with one of the prize-winners, the mathematician and computer specialist, Andreas Enge, head of the Inria project-team Lfant in Bordeaux.
European Research Council 2016
Fabien Lotte is a researcher at Inria’s Bordeaux centre. He works on brain-computer interfaces by modelling the learning processes. He has just been awarded an ERC Starting Grant, which will allow him to open up this still recent field of research to the human factor, an aspect that has been largely overlooked by the specialists and that could help improve the use of interfaces.
Inria Research Centers
- Bordeaux (155)