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Olivier Faugeras © INRIA Photo A.Eidelman

History of Inria

Olivier Faugeras: from computer vision to neurosciences

A graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and the ENST, Olivier Faugeras obtained a PhD from the University of Utah in 1976. With a doctorate in sciences from Paris VI University, he joined Inria (Sophia Antipolis) as a senior research scientist in 1981.


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OpenVibe, logiciel pour les interfaces cerveau-ordinateur OpenVibe software - © Inria/ Photo Kaksonen

Innovation - health & Biotechnologies

OpenViBE: The first French software programme enabling "action through thought"


Operating a computer by thought alone was unimaginable ten years ago, but this incredible feat is now possible. Financed by the ANR (the French national research agency), OpenViBE is the first French multi-partner project on brain-computer interfaces. With support from Inria (the French national institute for research in computer science and control) and Inserm (the French national institute of health and medical research), OpenViBE has successfully perfected a free software programme with highly promising applications.


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ANR VERSO WINGS project wins CENTR R&D award 2013


45 nominations, 4 categories (Security, R&D, Marketing and Communication, Contributor of the Year), 5 were selected for each category. The prizes awarded last night during the CENTR GA meeting did not leave the ANR VERSO WINGS project, in which the Fun team from Inria’s Lille centre was a partner, on the sidelines.


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Marc Christie, chercheur au sein de l'équipe MimeTIC © Inria / photo J-M. Prima


Inria Previz Tech Transferred to French SolidAnim

Jean-Michel Prima - 8/12/2016

A Paris-based company specializing in motion capture and 3D animation for the film industry, SolidAnim recently acquired an Inria technology that will enable directors to previsualize their work and pick between a variety of visual options before shooting the real movie. As scientist Marc Christie explains, in the wake of this successful transfer, both partners are now contemplating joint R&D work.


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Science & innovation

Alliance digital sciences

Céline Acharian - 25/05/2010

On 17 December 2009, an alliance was established for digital sciences and technologies. It is called Allistene, and it brings together the major French domestic players in the field, namely Inria, the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), France’s Conference of University Chairmen (CPU), the French Telecoms Institute and the Conference of the Heads of French Engineering Schools (CDEFI), with the role of coordinating and planning public research in this area. Claude Labit, Inria research director and chairman of the Board enlightens us about his role and work.


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Prix et distinction

Cezara Dragoi, ANR JCJC laureate


The JCJC instrument allows project leaders to develop, independently, work on a specific theme. It promotes responsibility and the capacity for scientific innovation.


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Awards and accolades

Damiano Lombardi, ANR JCJC laureate


The JCJC (Jeunes Chercheuses et Jeunes Chercheurs) scheme was set up to help project leaders work independently on specific subjects, promoting accountability and encouraging scientific innovation.


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Jean-Yves Berthou, director of the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre © Inria - Gilles Scagnelli


Jean-Yves Berthou, director of Saclay research centre


Jean-Yves is an academic trained in research in the field of simulation and high-performance scientific computing. He spent nearly twenty years in industry, mainly in R&D. Over the past four years, he has devoted himself to developing a dynamic and innovative approach within EDF's Transformation and Operational Efficiency Department. Jean-Yves Berthou was appointed director of the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre on 15 February 2019 by Bruno Sportisse, CEO of inria.


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Prize and distinction

Marielle Simon, ANR Young Researchers (JCJC) laureate


The JCJC instrument allows project leaders to develop, independently, work on a specific theme. It promotes responsibility and the capacity for scientific innovation.


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Best paper award

Michel Buffa honoured at the 2017 WebAudio Conference


At WebAudio Conference in August 2017, Michel Buffa received a best paper presentation Award for his demo of the WebAudio Guitar Tube Amp Simulator of the Wasabi Project. Michel Buffa is a lecturer at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis and member of the joint I3S / Inria Wimmics project-team. His co-author is Jerôme Lebrun researcher at the I3S laboratory of the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis. The Wimmics research team has developed applications using WebAudio emerging technology, a new W3C standard which can be found in recent web browsers and has thus created in a webpage the simulation of a guitar tube amplifier, which is unique in the world. The guitarist can recreate a guitar amp on his computer, with no installation necessary.


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