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Mathieu Nancel and Géry Casiez receive the Google Research Award

17/04/2019

The Google Research Award are for research in areas of study that are of key interest to Google as well as the research community. These awards are unrestricted gifts that typically last for two to three years, and the recipients have the advantage of access to Google tools, technologies, and expertise.

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Analysis and comparison of 3D shapes in a collection: Automatic detection and display of deformations

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Using large databases of 3D objects

Bel Dumé, Françoise Breton - 29/05/2013

Frédéric Chazal, from the Geometrica team, and Maks Ovsjanikov, from the École Polytechnique, received the Google Research Award 2013 given out by the American internet behemoth behind the Google search engine. This grant should enable these researchers and their colleagues in Israel to successfully complete their project to develop tools and methods for analysing large 3D databases.

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Olivier Temam, responsable de l'action exploratoire ByMoore

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On the future of accelerators for energy efficiency

Nathaly Mermet - 24/05/2013

Olivier Temam, senior research scientist at Inria and leader of the ByMoore exploratory action, has received a Google Research Award for his research into alternative computation architectures. The trend is towards designing accelerators (specialised circuits) based on neural networks intended for embedded systems - such as data centers - or for use in machine learning.

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