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Rencontres Inria Industrie
Cognidis offers a solution of urban transportation network design : from your data set (validation, ticketing, survey,...).
When can we expect real-time internet security “forecasts”, in order to predict where and when cyberattacks will strike? According to Jérôme François, a researcher and member of the joint Inria Nancy Grand Est and LORIA research team RESIST and Ghita Mezzour, a research lecturer at the International University of Rabat in Morocco, we may have to wait a few more years. However, these two researchers, who are collaborating on the NATO-funded ThreatPredict programme, are already pooling their knowledge and devoting their teams’ combined expertise to the pursuit of this goal and the creation of the required tools.
Colloquium Jacques Morgenstern
Andrew Stuart, Profess of computing and mathematical sciences in Caltech (USA) will give a talk on 28 march 2019 : "The Legacy of Rudolph Kalman".
Place : Amphitheatre, Building Kahn, Inria, Sophia Antipolis
Guest(s) : Andrew Stuart (Caltech, USA)
Prediction of intraoperative awakenings
Waking up from general anaesthesia during surgery is a rare, although potentially deeply traumatising experience. Currently no system can reliably predict these intraoperative awakenings, but the Neurosys research team is developing a promising technology to remedy this situation, based on the observation of the neuronal activity in the motor cortex. Awake patients want to move, and it shows in their neurones!