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In 2017, Inria is celebrating its 50 years and Plug'In its fifth publication!
Innovations, discoveries, passions, collaborations...This year - once again - dive into the heart of digital science research in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. Plug'In's ambition: to let people see and understand the digital revolution in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine.
In this new edition, we find the shared views of Virginie Calmels - deputy mayor of Bordeaux, in charge of the economy, employment and sustainable growth - and François Cansell, director-general of graduate school Bordeaux INP, on the actions put in place within Bordeaux Métropole in order to raise awareness among young people with regard to the digital sciences and, in particular, encourage the access of young women to scientific courses; advances with regard to augmented and virtual reality; a zoom on PhDs; a perspective on digital science researchers and showcasing of researcher-entrepreneurs who have decided to create their start-up.
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2018 marked the start of a new cycle for the Institute. Playing a unique role in digital research and innovation ecosystems, Inria has reasserted its goals of achieving scientific excellence and increasing its economic impact, while striking a balance between reinforcing its regional presence and enhancing its international standing.
Release of "Formal Models and Techniques for Analyzing Security Protocols / Cryptology and Information Security Series (Vol.5)", a new book co-written by Steve Kremer (Secsi project-team) and Véronique Cortier (Cassis project-team).
Paul R. Halmos - Lester R. Ford Award
Last August, Jacques Lévy-Véhel, an Inria research team director (Regularity team), and his friend and colleague, Franklin Mendivil, received the Paul R. Halmos - Lester R. Ford. Jacques Lévy-Véhel took our questions about this award.