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The Académie des sciences (French Academy of Sciences) and Inria are now working in partnership to select the winners of the Inria Awards for science, in each of three categories. Together, they honour innovative scientific contributions to computer science and mathematics and promote the contributions and successes of those who are driving the development of our digital world.
The achievements of the 2013 award winners are a testament to the dynamism of computational sciences and their impact on society.
- Human-machine interaction
- Cloud computing
- Virtual reality
- Images analysis
- Inria Awards
Inria participates to Supercomputing 2013, the annual international meeting of all the scientific and industrial actors in High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis.
Place : Denver,
Guest(s) : Marie Granier (SysFera), Lavanya Ramakrishnan (LBNL) , Serge Petiton and Mitsuhisa Sato (Japanese-‐French FP3C project), Guido Juckeland (TU Dresden / ZIH), Jack Dongarra (University of Tennessee), Christine Morin (Inria), Yves Robert (ENS Lyon), Jeff Squyres (Cisco), Christophe Calvin (CEA/DEN/DANS/DM2S)
The ever-increasing size of data threatens to impair the efficiency of cloud services as well as science-oriented High Performance Computing (HPC). BlobSeer is an innovative storage system designed to improve massively parallel data access through a versioning device for concurrent manipulation of binary large objects (BLOBs). This approach prompted a keen interest from Microsoft, IBM and SAP, as Rennes-based Inria researcher Gabriel Antoniu explains.
The Parietal team is taking part in the Azure Brain project, in collaboration with Microsoft and the joint Inria-Microsoft Research research laboratory, to analyse large masses of neuroimaging data through cloud computing. Bertrand Thirion, the team's leader, explains the potential benefits of this innovative project.
The IN'Tech technology watch club is organising a half-day of forums between researchers and industrial operators on industrial technologies and experience in virtualisation of computing resources, for services and hosting of applications but also for computing infrastructures and resources.
Place : Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes, Montbonnot
Conference Cloud computing
SCS Cluster in partnership with Inria, HP and ActiveEon, organizes an intrernational conference about “Cloud computing Security & Trust”.
Place : CPM Gardanne (ENSMSE – Site Georges Charpak)
DIET is a middleware allowing plug-in development for job dispatching in data centres based on energy-related criteria. In case of energy consumption peaks, jobs can bemigrated dynamically to another node. DIET offers a multi-criteria and dynamic dispatching method that is extensible to large computing systems. DIET is integrated into the Nueva platform, in collaboration with NewGeneration-SR.
In September 2017, the CIRRUS team, made up of the Spirals project team from the Inria Lille - Nord Europe Research Centre and the company Scalair, was awarded the “Joint Lab‑Company Team” label by the Hauts-de-France region. The research team is working on cloud computing in two key areas: elasticity of cloud-based applications and low-carbon cloud infrastructure.
L'Oréal - UNESCO Awards
Each year, the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science program awards grants of €15,000 to female doctoral researchers and €20,000 to female post-doctoral researchers for their research work. This year, 30 female laureates were rewarded among 900 candidates and Stéphanie Challita is one of them. She completed her thesis in the Spirals* project team at the Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center.