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Perception, Cognition, Interaction

VisMaster: a project that has been noticed


On 20 and 21 April 2010, the film presenting the coordination action VisMaster, in which the Aviz project-team is involved, was presented to the European Parliament. This video looks at the fields of application and possibilities offered by Visual Analytics.


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The BART research collective website

Magalie Quet - 30/11/2018

The first scheme of its kind in France, the BART (Blockchain Advanced Research & Technologies) research collective, which brings together the Inria institute, the Télécom ParisTech and Télécom SudParis engineering schools and the SystemX technological research institute, has just launched its own website!


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Results of call for proposal

Three projects selected by the DATAIA Institute

Carole Céard - 31/05/2018

As part of its 2018 call for projects, the DATAIA Convergence Institute has selected GDP-ERE and MissingBigData, two projects led respectively by the Petrus and Parietal teams from the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France centre, in collaboration with the university of Versailles Saint-Quentin in the Yvelines department and the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research). The Vadore project, led by the members of the Inria team TAU for the CNRS and the graduate school ENSAE, has also been chosen, whilst the Aviz team's HistorIA project with Télécom ParisTech is on the point of selection subject to funding.


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Man-machine interface

Mini-robots for display and interaction

Stéphanie Dupont - 26/10/2016

At the UIST2016 (User Interface Software and Technology) conference that took place in Tokyo from 16 - 19 October 2016, Mathieu Le Goc, PhD student with the AVIZ team at the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France centre, presented a new man-machine interface mode comprising several autonomous mini-robots that manage display and interaction. On this occasion, he received the best paper award.


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Samuel Huron and Jeremy Boy - © Emmanuelle Marchadour


Aviz team rewarded

Charlotte Renauld - 5/11/2015

The dissertations of Samuel Huron and Jeremy Boy have received the "IEEE VGTC VPG doctoral dissertation award 2015" with a First Prize for Samuel for his dissertation "Constructive Visualization: A token-based paradigm allowing to assemble dynamic visual representation for non-experts" and an Honorable Mention for Jeremy.

Samuel Huron and Jeremy Boy are both Ph.D students in the Aviz team of Inria Saclay – Ile-de-France, associated with Université Paris Sud.


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