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COGNIDIS - Urban Transportation Network Design: prediction of passenger's behavior

Cognidis offers a solution of urban transportation network design : from your data set (validation, ticketing, survey,...).


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ThreatPredict : to predict cyberattacks

Isabelle Kling - 23/01/2019

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.


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Andrew Stuart, Caltech, États Unis Andrew Stuart, Caltech, États Unis

Colloquium Jacques Morgenstern

Colloquium J. Morgenstern : Andrew Stuart


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)


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Intraoperative awakening patient - Heleen Blussé van Oud-Alblas

Prediction of intraoperative awakenings

Observing the brain to make anaesthesia safer

Mediathena - 15/09/2019

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!


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