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In light of the dynamic, complex and ever-changing environment within which Inria operates, it is important for the Institute to adopt a clear, sincere and effective presentation of its activities. This new signature is the result of brainstorming involving all employees, and is intended to offer a simple reflection of the Institute’s work. This new identity will progressively be introduced throughout all communication tools and media.
Edwin Chacon Golcher is a specialist engineer member of the Inria project-team Calvi, a joint Inria / University of Strasbourg research team. The project-team in which he belongs, is devoted to the mathematical and numerical study as well as to the visualization of different problems arizing mostly from plasma physics and beam physics.
Born in Costa Rica, he migrated to the United States to become a scientist. He achieved his goal. Learn more about his cursus and work.
In April the general public became aware of a major vulnerability in internet protocol security: Heartbleed.
Stéphane Glondu, an engineer at Inria Nancy - Grand Est in the CASSIS and CARAMEL teams, discusses this discovery and the lessons to be learned.
For several years, Inria Nancy - Grand Est has taken part in the Cordées de la Réussite (Partnership for Success) project and been particularly involved in the National Partnership for Success Day. On Thursday 22 January, 200 high-school students from the Lunéville basin gathered at the Science Faculty in Nancy "so that together, each student dares to succeed".
Launched by Inria Nancy - Grand Est in December 2014, the Start Me Up lecture series aims to promote interaction between researchers and entrepreneurs. This experiment brings together all the players in the digital world in Lorraine.
The Inria Nancy - Grand Est research center invites applications for 3 tenured junior researcher positions (CR2).
The holder of a DEA (post-graduate diploma) in "Acoustics, Signal processing and Computing applied to Music" and a PhD from Paris VI University completed at IRCAM, Emmanuel Vincent was recruited, as a research scientist at Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique, in 2006 after post-doctoral research at Queen Mary University in London.
Since 1 January 2013 he has been part of Inria Nancy–Grand Est and more specifically the Speech team led by Yves Laprie.
In spring 2013, four scientists broke through one of the most stubborn barriers in the world of cryptography: the discrete logarithm problem. Read on to learn how...
- Emmanuel Thomé
- Pierrick Gaudry
- Public key
- Antoine Joux
- Razvan Barbulescu
- RSA algorithm
The aim of the DGCI conference is to gather researchers in discrete geometry and topology, and discrete models, with applications in image analysis and image synthesis.
Place : Inria Nancy - Grand-Est
Guest(s) : Agnès DESOLNEUX (CNRS à l’Université Descartes, Paris, France), Jarek ROSSIGNAC (GVU de Georgia Tech, USA), Jean SERRA (ESIEE-LIGM, Paris, France)
Engineers and researchers at Loria and Inria–Nancy–Grand Est are working to help high-school pupils and students understand how our lives are enhanced by digital tools, and, more specifically, how these tools will be used in the jobs of the future. Come and discover research platforms, such as the Smart Home and the High Security Laboratory.
- Village des sciences
- Appartement intelligent
- Laboratoire haute sécurité
- Sciences du numérique
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