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Next Face-To-Face meeting of the PRACE 4IP at Inria Sophia Antipolis

6/12/2016 to 7/12/2016

Inria Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée is organizing the next Face-To-Face meeting of the PRACE 4IP (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe - Fourth Implementation Phase) on December 6-7, 2016.

This meeting will gather partners of the project involved in activities related to Exascale Application Enabling and Support.

Place : Inria Sophia Antipolis, Amphi Kahn


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Inria Sophia Antipolis R2lab demo: a 4G network deployed remotely in three minutes

Anne Schneider - 9/11/2016

R2lab, the FIT team’s new testbed, was inaugurated on 9 November by Antoine Petit, CEO of Inria, in the presence of many scientists. Its new anechoic chamber can be used to remotely perform reproducible wireless network experimentation (5G/software-defined radio). R2lab, managed by the DIANA project-team led by Walid Dabbous and the centre’s Development and Experimentation department, presented a 4G network being deployed remotely in merely three minutes


Home > Centre > Sophia > News > Démo R2lab Inria Sophia Antipolis : un réseau 4G déployé à distance en 3 minutes


ANR Award

Adrien Bousseau winner of the Young Researcher Award

Anne Schneider - 21/11/2016

The ANR (French National Research Agency) has just given its Young Researcher Award to Adrien Bousseau, a researcher in the GraphDeco project-team at Inria Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée for the DRAO project on digital drawing. This work allows computer vision and 3D image synthesis to be used to automate the creation of drawings while preserving their expressiveness.


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Cybathlon Freewheels © Inria / Photo C. Morel


Freewheels project: technological performance, the key to accessing sports competition!

Marine Loyen - 26/09/2016

On 8 October, Jérôme Parent will be taking part in a rather special sports competition: the Cybathlon.
The goal for this sporty forty-year-old, who has been paraplegic for over 20 years, is to cover 750 metres on a bike powered by his legs thanks to electrical stimulation.
It is the result of almost a year of hard work and difficult technical choices.


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