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The Académie des sciences (French Academy of Sciences) and Inria are now working in partnership to select the winners of the Inria Awards for science, in each of three categories. Together, they honour innovative scientific contributions to computer science and mathematics and promote the contributions and successes of those who are driving the development of our digital world.
The achievements of the 2013 award winners are a testament to the dynamism of computational sciences and their impact on society.
- Human-machine interaction
- Cloud computing
- Virtual reality
- Images analysis
- Inria Awards
Brain imaging has made a great deal of progress in recent years, providing more and more data and with an increasingly high level of quality. Developing reliable, high-performance tools to improve the use of these images is now vital. Inria has an important role to play in this respect. The Parietal team is presenting four articles on this subject at MICCAI 2012, as well as contributing to four specialist workshops and running a demonstration at the Inria stand.
Bertrand Thirion, Parietal team leader, Inria Saclay–Île-de-France
- Bertrand Thirion
- Scikit learn
- Saclay - Île-de-France
- Brain imaging
- Images analysis
An original partnership has gathered the Parietal team, specialised in computational analysis of brain images, and the Glass surfaces and interfaces laboratory (CNRS/Saint-Gobain) around an original project aimed at solving the mysteries of glass formation. One of the aims behind this research, published on the website of The Journal of the American Ceramic Society , is to produce high-quality glass at lower temperatures than those currently used in industry.