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The Champs Libres multidiscipline cultural centre in Rennes will welcome the Numériquement vôtre exhibition, organised by the Science Centre, from 30 March to 30 August 2009. The event, with 50,000 visitors expected, is co-sponsored by Inria and the Media and Networks cluster.
- Numériquement vôtre exhibition
- Scientific culture
- Espace des sciences
- Centre de recherche Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
- Equipe BUNRAKU
Place : Inria Rocquencourt, bâtiment 1, amphi J-L. Lions
Guest(s) : Adrien Loseille (Gamma3)
Research - Sport
Biomechanical analysis of high-level athletes can help not only to enhance their performance but also to prevent injuries. In Rennes, Brittany, France, members of the MimeTIC research team have started a partnership with the French Tennis Federation with aim of improving service technique among young hopefuls.
European Research Council 2010
Pierre Alliez is a pioneer: when he began his research - following a Master's internship at Inria with Olivier Devillers and a PhD at France Telecom R&D and Telecom Paris Tech - the theme on which he was working still did not have a name. Today, with digital geometry processing now recognised as a scientific field, he is proposing IRON (Robust Geometry Processing), a project that earned him the prestigious ERC 2010 Grant in the "starting grants" category. We went to meet this researcher.
- ERC grant
- European Research Council
- Traitement numérique de la géométrie
- Pierre Alliez
The numerical simulation of free surface flow, such as river, lake or ocean, is the main scientific activity of the team.
Various applications are encountered in the subsurface since it contains interesting natural resources: groundwater, fossil fuels or heat. The natural capacity of confinement of the underground is also used for waste storage.
On 13 March, the Palais de la Découverte will open its new permanent exhibition on computer science and the digital sciences.Organised in partnership with Inria, it offers a panoramic view of these disciplines. Vincent Blech, museographer for Universcience, and Laurent Viennot, research director at the Inria centre in Paris and scientific curator, tell us how the project came together.