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European Research Council 2012

Stéphane Redon: Inventing engineering on an atomic scale

Isabelle Bellin - Technoscope - 28/11/2012

Stéphane Redon is one of four Inria candidates selected in the young researcher category for the 2012 ERC European call for projects. His project, named ADAPT, develops adaptive mathematical and algorithmic methods to produce nanosystem CAD software that aims to be as generic as the benchmark macroscopic CAD software Catia, developed by Dassault Systèmes.


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Interfaces Symposium

Interfaces welcomes Stéphane Redon


"Interfaces", Aquitaine scientific symposium for digital sciences. This serie of talks will host several times a year, scientists from entire world, recognized for the quality of their work and the results they produce. Topics will treat about computer sciences and applied mathematics but mostly about their intersections with others sciences and fields. Medicine, Social sciences and humanities, art, etc. are such topics that are addressed.

Place : IOA - Institut d'Optique Aquitain, Rue François Mitterrand 33400 Talence at 11h00

Guest(s) : Gianluca Iaccarino - Mechanical Engineering Department & Institute for Computational Mathematical Engineering, Stanford University


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OneAngstrom - democratising molecular modelling

Mediathena - BP - 5/07/2019

Handling proteins, strands of DNA and carbon nanotubes at a nanometric level in order to create medications, materials or nanosystems ? This is now possible, thanks to the SAMSON platform developed by OneAngstrom, a young start-up with its foundations in ten years’ worth of Inria research. It already has more than 2,000 users in research centres and companies across the world.


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