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Animesh Pathak is a research scientist in the Mimove team at the Inria Paris-Rocquencourt Research Centre. Born in India, he started out as an intern on the Institute’s internship programme, returning later after a period of time spent in America.
Animesh, a specialist in mobile application systems, gives us an account of the day-to-day life of a researcher at Inria.
Inria is a partner of the global 'Futur en Seine' Festival, which will take place in Paris and Ile-de-France from 12 to 22 June. The theme of this fifth festival? Changing the way we see and "do things" together, thanks to digital technology. In two words: "Made with "!
Inria would like to pay a heartfelt tribute to Philippe Flajolet, an eminent figure in computer science, who suddenly passed away yesterday. Philippe Flajolet revolutionised the analysis of algorithms and contributed to the international reputation of our institute, where he worked for nearly 40 years.
Inria Industry Meeting
On Monday 11th May 2015, a new edition of Inria Industry Meetings will be held on the theme of Smart City & Mobility Innovations, organized by Inria, Inria@SiliconValley and PRIME.
Animesh Pathak is head of research with the Mimove team at the Inria Paris-Rocquencourt research centre, and specialises in systems for mobile applications...
Originating from India, he was first an intern at the institute as part of the internship programme, before returning to Inria following time spent in the United States.
Olivier Duchenne, a young company director, created the Solidware start-up with his wife in 2014. Based in Korea, they are now helping banks and insurers to optimise their forecasts usingmachine learning.
Prizes and distinctions
On the occasion of the 12th 'Meet.ING', the Ministry for the environment, sustainable development and energy, and the Ministry for industrial renewal, in partnership with Syntec-Ingénierie and the Le Moniteur Group, revealed the winners of the National grand prize for engineering 2013, thereby acknowledging their participation in a number of innovative projects.
Prizes and distinctions
Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau, research director at Inria Paris-Rocquencourt, and Tony Lelièvre, a graduate of the Ecole des Ponts et Chaussées, the Centre for Education and Research in Mathematics and Scientific Computing (CERMICS) and the École des Ponts Paris Tech, have been awarded the French Academy of Sciences' 2010 Alcan Prize.
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