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Events – "Mathematical Games and Culture" Show
The 10th Mathematical Games and Culture Show, held in Place Saint Sulpice in the heart of Paris, has just come to an end. For four days, young visitors learned more about maths while enjoying themselves. Astronomy was the star of this year's show. To mark the event, Inria presented a star charting program that thrilled all the Little Princes.
The news was officially released during the launching ceremony on 29 April: the new Scilab Consortium has taken off, devoted to the development of a free, open-source scientific computing platform. The Consortium became part of the Digiteo foundation on 1 July 2008. Now, its new status will enable it to free itself from the constraints of scientific research projects to take on new challenges in industry.
The Visiting Committee, comprised of international specialists responsible for evaluating the Institute has just submitted its report. The committee produced a strategic and organizational analysis that found Inria to be especially worthy of praise. It has also issued a series of recommendations that constitute significant challenges for the Institute for the future.
European FITT Project
From 28 to 30 January, the Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique research centre is hosting its partners in the FITT project for a second working session. Objectives: promote continued discussions between partners, exchange experiences and know-how and identify priority projects.
Internet of the future
Internet of the New opportunities, new challenges, new risks and new fears are emerging. The Internet of the future, gradually taking shape right now in the research field, has generated numerous debates concerning among other things the protection of privacy.future
- Dominique Cardon
- Internet of the future
- Public environment
- Digital user
- Anne-Marie Kermarrec
- Social networks
Science for all
Celebration of the French Science Festival (Fête de la science) in all our research centres, portraits of researchers on the Pantheon : there is a lot of news to cover for the inauguration of our new "Inria.fr" website...
Inria in California
Collaborations between Inria project-teams and American Universities are active from a long time and thus provide a strong basis for addressing scientific, economic and societal challenges on international priorities, in the context of win-win partnerships.
One year ago, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Inria formed the Joint Laboratory for Petascale Computing (High-Performance Computing, HPC). Based in Illinois’ university, the shared laboratory focuses on developing algorithms and software for petascale computing and beyond. Researchers at the laboratory have integrated their work with the Blue Waters project. The aim is to perfect the most powerful computer in the world. The Joint Laboratory for Petascale Computing is led by Inria’s Franck Cappello and Illinois’ Marc Snir from Urbana-Champaign’s computer sciences department who worked on IBM’s large supercomputing system and has been involved in high performance computing for more than 20 years. In this interview, Mark Snir talks about this collaboration.
The creation of this consortium and the work it has undertaken have culminated in the development of innovative industrial prototypes. OpenViBE2 has made it easier to prepare for the future of 'brain-computer interface' technology and its applications in the French and international video game market. This large-scale French project has opened the door for numerous and future technological developments and economic opportunities.
From 13 to 21 May, 2010, and in close collaboration with the Lyon-based INSA and the ARDI or Agency for Development and Innovation in the Rhône-Alpes region of France, Inria is setting up a base in Shanghai on the banks of the Huangpu River. Based on the theme “Better City, Better Life” the World Expo 2010 will provide the Institute with the opportunity to present a number of innovations centred round the theme of a harmonious city. Inria will divide its participation up into two important components - the conference-debate “Digital Man at the Heart of a Digital Society” and Innovation Week.
- Project SWING
- ARDI Rhône-Alpes
- Project HIPERCOM
- Project NETQUEST
- Project E-MOTION
- Inria Reseach centre Grenoble Rhône-Alpes