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Power transition

Crystal Super Grid

Artelys, Tao project-team (Inria Saclay - Île-de-France) -

Why is this transmission line used more in one context and less in another? Which production assets prevail depending on the period?
Artelys Crystal Super Grid has been designed to provide synthetic quantitative indicators adapted to each problem. Artelys Crystal Super Grid comes with a wide range of views, aggregated or detailed, which allow the comparison of energy strategies and also the optimization of power system assets.
Thanks to the collaboration with Inria-TAO, a new feature has been added into Crystal Super Grid: the joint optimization of production, storage, and transmission capacities under risk constraints.

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Scientifique culture

Small robots capable of big things

27/10/2010

The five-year SYMBRION project (Symbiotic Evolutionary Robot Organisms) has just passed the halfway mark. Twelve European partners are involved in this collaborative robotics project.

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Distinctions

Three awards at ACM GECCO 2010

1/09/2010

For researchers in the Tao and Regularity project teams

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Best paper at GECCO conference

10/10/2011

The Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO) conference is the major and most selective yearly conference on evolutionary computation.  The paper "Local-Meta-Model CMA-ES for Partially Separable Functions'', of Zyed Bouzarkouna (IFP and Tao project-team), Anne Auger (Tao project-team) et Didier Yu Ding (IFP), obtained the best paper award in the Evolution Strategies / Evolutionary Programming track.

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Scientific award

ANR DESCARWIN IPC 2011 Winner

24/08/2011

The DAEX planning system, developed by the DESCARWIN ANR (French National Research Agency), has won 1st prize in the 7th annual International Planning Competition (IPC) in the Deterministic Temporal Satisficing track.

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