There are 30 Results with the keyword : "Modelling"
Computing & seismology
Although we can predict seismic movements on the surface for a given tremor, we still cannot predict the occurrence of these tremors. Very long-term research will be needed. Nathalie Glinsky, a member of the Nachos project team and of the Mediterranean Centre for Technical Equipment Studies (CETE), and Etienne Bertrand, a researcher at CETE Méditerranée, tell us more.
Inria Awards 2014
Inria announces the Inria awards 2014 winners. Find out who are acknowledged this year for their major contributions to computer science and promising innovations for our society and the proper functioning of Inria. The winners of five Inria awards in 2014 will be honoured on 13 October, at an awards ceremony at the Forum des Images in Paris.
Research - Modelling - Images
A multidisciplined team comprised of researchers from Inria, the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the French National Museum of Natural History has unveiled for the first time a study on changes in the brain during the evolution of our species, Homo sapiens, over the last 30,000 years.
Equipe de recherche
Nous avons rencontré Marie Doumic-Jauffret, responsable de la nouvelle équipe Mamba (Modelling and Analysis for Medical and Biological Applications).
Inria - industry meetings
On february 11th, 2014 will be held a new Inria - Industry meeting session on «Bioinformatics and digital tools for health products». This one day meeting is co-organized with LyonBiopôle competitiveness cluster.
Place : ENS Lyon, Espace Charles Mérieux, Lyon
MSR is a French language conference within the general sphere of modelling, analysis and control of reactive systems in real time. More specifically, it concerns researchers and industry partners interested in designing applications based on continuous, discrete or hybrid systems.
Place : Ecole Centrale de Lille
Computing & seismology
In the event of a natural disaster, information is not always available to the disabled or the elderly. Inria is involved in the Japanese Urakawa project, which aims to develop special communication methods for these groups of people.
The problem Colisweb submitted to the Inocs team at Inria Lille - Nord Europe was a complex one.The aim was to work out the schedule for a fleet of delivery vehicles in advance - and without knowing their workload -so that the company could offer instant deliveries at no extra cost.
ARK are international symposia of the highest level organized every two years since 1988. They provide a forum for researchers working in robot kinematics and stimulate new directions of research by forging links between robot kinematics and other areas.
Place : Grasse (France)
Guest(s) : Conference Chairman J. Lenarčič, J. Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia J-P. Merlet, INRIA, France Honorary Chairman B. Roth, Stanford University, USA Scientific Committee J. Angeles, McGill University, Montreal, Canada M. Husty, University of Innsbruck, Austria A. Kecskemethy, University of Duisburg, Germany O. Khatib, Stanford University, USA J. M. McCarthy, University of California at Irvine, USA V. Parenti-Castelli, University of Bologna, Italy F. Park, Seoul National University, Korea A. Perez, Idaho State University, USA J. Selig, London South Bank University, UK B. Siciliano, University of Naples, Italy M. M. Stanisic, University of Notre Dame, USA F. Thomas, Institute of Industrial Robotics, Spain P. Wenger, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France
Modelling - Biological systems
Modelling biological systems, in particular at the level of the dynamics of cellular processes, is the objective of the IBIS team. Biological data are becoming ever more plentiful, but their use in estimating the mathematical parameters of a model remains an especially difficult problem. Sara Berthoumieux, a PhD student in the IBIS team, tells us about her work on the subject, carried out as part of her thesis.