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ERCIM offers fellowships for PhD holders from all over the world. The next round is open! Deadline for applications: 30 September 2014.
The new holder of the Information Technology and Digital Sciences Chair at the Collège de France, Martin Abadi, will give his inaugural lecture on March 10th. His talk will be devoted to his specialty, computer security. Researcher at the Microsoft research centre in Silicon Valley, he teaches at the University of California. At the Collège de France, he will be succeeding Gérard Berry, Inria researcher since 2006, who will “pass the baton” to a new pioneer of the recently created chair. They share the same passion, the same joy in transmitting knowledge and the same will to establish the rightful place of this discipline among other traditionally recognised fields of science.
- Martin Abadi
- Information Technology Chair
- Digital Sciences
- Gérard Berry
- Computer Science
- Collège de France
"The research center Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique, second implantation of Inria established in 1980, is now fully integrated into a rich and powerful regional eco-system. It is also open to the world by participating actively in the construction of European Research Area.
Boasting strong partnerships with the best actors of research in Brittany and Pays de Loire, he knows maintain an agile organization, favoring the search for break address the challenges faced by our societies ever more digital. Its assets: scientific excellence, as demonstrated by our successful calls from the European Research Council and the industrial transfer, which is illustrated by the expansion of our partnerships with major groups such as with SMEs.
Value creation, scientific, economic, social business is the work of Inria. The aim of the research center Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique is to remain a key player in digital sciences internationally. "
Neurinfo is a technical platform offering imaging resources for the development and valorisation of clinical, methodology and technological research activities.
The Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique centre houses two large computing power structures: the largest node of the national computing grid Grid'5000 and the bioinformatics platform GenOuest.
What is software and how should we read and write it? In this workshop we will address these questions as they pertain to the emerging field of the digital humanities and the closely related endeavors of digital studies (Stiegler, 2014) and digital methods (Rogers, 2013).
Place : IEA de Paris - Hôtel de Lauzun - 17 quai d'Anjou 75004 Paris
The objective of the INDES project-team, created in July 2010, is to study diffuse computing models and develop languages for programming secure diffuse applications. This team is led by Manuel Serrano.
Class'Code is a training programme for professional educators and beyond to introduce teachers (primary and secondary) and instructors (extracurricular activities, associations) to IT ideas so that they can pass them on to young people aged from 8 to 14, whether at school or outside school.
It is an innovative training programme combining on-line courses with meetings and support.
The Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique centre has four innovative technology platforms which intensify our research in the fields of multimedia, computer science, robotics, and the biomedical industry.