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Nous avons rencontré Mazyar Mirrahimi, responsable de l'équipe Quantic (QUANTum Information Circuits) créée le 1er janvier 2014.
- Equipe QUANTIC
- Nouvelle équipe
- Ingénierie quantique
Fête de la science 2014
Du 9 au 11 octobre, l'UPMC, le Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle et l'Université Paris-Sorbonne installent le Village des Sciences Sorbonne Universités sur le campus Jussieu ! Petits et grands pourront manipuler, échanger avec des femmes et des hommes passionnés de science, faire connaissance avec les métiers de la recherche et découvrir les coulisses des laboratoires de chimie, physique, biologie, informatique-ingénierie, sciences de la terre, archéologie, histoire, etc.
Place : UPMC, 4 place Jussieu 75252 Paris cedex 05
- Fête de la science 2014
- Inria Paris - Rocquencourt
- Médiation scientifique
What is this project about? Class'Code is a pioneering training programme aiming to give education and computing professionals the resources needed to introduce, as of autumn 2016, schoolchildren aged 8 to 14 to concepts in Computer Science.
- Creative programmation
- Digital culture
- Magic Makers
- Informatic culture
Pierre Bourhis, researcher in the project team Links (shared with the CNRS, Lille University - Science and Technology and the University of Lille - Social and Human Sciences *), received the Best Paper Award Of track B of the 44th ICALP conference to be held next July in Warszawa, Poland.
Inria Awards 2016
Winner of the Inria – Académie des sciences – Dassault Systèmes Award for Innovation, Marc Pouzet is a specialist in synchronous languages. His research concerns the design, semantics and implementation of programming languages to be used in embedded systems. Among other things, his research has led to the development of SCADE KCG 6, a language and environment used to make critical software for aircraft and trains.
Inria Awards 2016
Karthikeyan Bhargavan, an Inria director of research specialised in the security of data exchanges on the Internet, has just received the Inria Young Researcher Award. This latest award comes in recognition of his excellent knowledge of programming languages, Internet protocols and cryptography. He has followed an unusual career to acquire this interdisciplinary expertise.
In 10 years, the Pharo programming language - created at Inria by the researchers Stéphane Ducasse and Marcus Denker - has established itself in a number of fields: Web applications, servers, telecommunications, banking, etc. This success is based on an active community of over 100 contributors and a wide distribution, both academic and industrial.
Didier Rémy is Deputy Scientific Director in charge of research in Algorithmics, Programming, Software and Architecture.
This field is at the core of programming and computer systems. Technology developments,such as the development of multicore processors and pervasive computing, raise new scientific challenges for experts in algorithms, languages and software architectures. Their common goal is to achieve control over the reliability and security of programs and data exchanges.