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Internet des objets
Nathalie Mitton is the leader of the Pops project team at the Inria Lille – Nord Europe Research Centre. She obtained her habilitation to advise doctoral theses in a rapidly expanding field: the internet of objects. RFID tags and sensor networks – what is the current focus of researchers’ efforts?
Inria & EuraTechnologies are happy to announce you the fOSSa 2012 Edition! fOSSa conference will take place on the 4, 5, 6th December 2012 in Lille, France, nearby London, Paris and Brussels.
A new Inria-Industry Meeting will take place at the Imaginarium in Tourcoing on 25 November 2016 on the theme of interaction with digital objects and services. The event is organised in partnership with Plaine Images and CVSTENE as part of the Hauts de France region’s “Research and Innovation Week”.
- Plaine Images
- Rencontre Inria - Industrie
- Inria Lille - Nord Europe
- Semaine de la recherche et de l'innovation
- Interaction Homme-Machine (IHM)
Since its inception Inria Lille - Nord Europe center is part of an international and european dynamic which aims at contributing to the scientific excellence of research and innovation europeans programs. Scientific collaborations within the European Research area create a unique knowledge market of research and innovation.
David Simplot-Ryl has been awarded the Kuhlmann Grand Prix 2014, further to a unanimous vote at the Société des Science, de l’Agriculture et des Arts de Lille (SSAAL).
- Société des sciences de l'agriculture et des arts de Lille
- Inria Lille - Nord Europe
- David Simplot-Ryl
Each year, Inria Lille – Northern Europe center organizes a photo contest among its employees. Administrative and members of research teams use their imagination to illustrate a theme. Take a look at the best shots of the past five years.
Inria Awards 2014
The MoocLab technical team has won the 2014 award for research and innovation support. It is a team of seven engineers and managers from the institute, including two members from Inria Lille - Nord Europe – Alexandre Dubus, development engineer and Guillaume Ollivier, head of the experimentation and development department.
From facilities management through user support, the Inria Lille - Nord Europe Center’s Technical and General Services need to ensure that everyone works in an optimum environment.
At Inria's Lille - Nord Europe research centre, all of the research team assistants (or AERs, to use the French abbreviation) are women. This particular line of work is specific to the Institute. It offers research team members locally accessible, versatile support and provides the different departments of the centre with a clearly defined point of contact within the research teams.
The Inria Lille–Nord Europe Human Resources Department is a local department that manages, supports, and advises all permanent and non-permanent staff members throughout their Inria career.