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Inria researchers constantly work to help improve our understanding of the phenomena that impact on our planet, to predict future change and seek solutions. Medicine, biology, robotics and ecology are among the many fields of application in which digital science now has a key contribution to make. This is also true of the effort to reverse climate change, a fundamental challenge for the whole planet.
The COP21 Solutions exhibition, running from 4 to 10 December 2015, is expected to attract nearly 50,000 visitors under the glass dome of the Grand Palais in Paris, to learn about real, accessible solutions for the development of a post-carbon world. Inria is one of the fifteen research organisations exhibiting together for the first time in a space showcasing climate change issues and researchers' commitment to action. Around twenty Inria researchers will be presenting their research results.
Laurent Debreu has been head of the new Inria Grenoble – Rhône-Alpes research team, AIRSEA, since 1 January 2015. The team has been formed to improve mathematical models designed to simulate and study climate change.
- AIRSEA team
- 2015 Paris Climate Conference
- Laurent Debreu
- INRIA Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes
As the fifth workshop of the Inria-Urbana-Champaign joint lab (Joint Laboratory on Petascale Computing-JLPC) came to an end in Grenoble, Franck Cappello, its co-director, took stock of the activities of this institution dedicated to high-performance computing. Two years after its creation, it was now time to review its most emblematic results and to present its current research on climate and the international G8 Exascale project, with which the joint laboratory is associated.
Sunday, October, 11th, at 3pm, Ioana Manolescu, research director at Inria Saclay – Ile-de-France Research Centre and head of the Oak project team, will speak during the public conferences of the Grand Chantier de l’Info about the « Text analysis tools for fact checking ».
Four years after the first International Crop Modelling Symposium in Berlin (iCROPM2016), crop modelers from around the world will meet at the iCROPM2020 Symposium in Montpellier, France to exchange on advances in crop modelling and identify challenges and new opportunities for future research.
Place : Montpellier, France