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The MDE action brings together teams belonging to the "Architectures, Systems and Networks", "Programming and Software Engineering" and "Information, Interaction and Intelligence" research groups from the French National Centre for Scientific Research. It focuses on the dissemination of information and the concordance of the work of teams working on topics related to model-driven engineering (MDE).
The 7th edition of the Model-Driven Engineering Days will take place in Lille.
Place : Polytech, university campus of Lille 1
This workshop aims to bring together experts in polymer physics and chemistry, theoretical mechanics, mechanical construction, scientific computing and applied mathematics in order to compare their approaches to the derivation of theories of rubber elasticity of physics, on the scale of the polymeric chain network.
Place : Paris, Amphithéâtre Darboux, Institut Henri Poincaré
The proposal from the GPL research group aims to provide structure for communities that currently exist around conferences and workshops or that result from work groups or Special Actions. This community corresponds to nearly five hundred researchers and research-lecturers.
Place : Lille, university campus of Lille 1 within the premises of Polytech
The objective of this school is to present advanced Smalltalk topics such as compilers, virtual machines, interaction with C, advanced UI, etc.
The school is structured around two main lectures on Virtual machines and hands-on sessions.
Place : Inria Lille-Nord Europe Research Centre
MSR is a French language conference within the general sphere of modelling, analysis and control of reactive systems in real time. More specifically, it concerns researchers and industry partners interested in designing applications based on continuous, discrete or hybrid systems.
Place : Ecole Centrale de Lille
For the past year, the SME Idées-3Com has been working hand-in-hand with Inria on complex 3D modelling projects. Their work has been based at a joint research laboratory, where all avenues are explored. We look back at a fruitful collaboration.
Jacques Neveu Prize
After being designated runner-up for the Gilles Kahn Prize, Sébastien Bubeck has been awarded the Jacques Neveu Prize for his PhD dissertation Bandits Games and Clustering Foundations (jointly supervised by Rémi Munos from the Sequel Inria research team and Cristina Butucea, a professor at Paul Painlevé Laboratory at the University of Lille 1).
This prize is awarded to a thesis in probability or statistics.
Distinguished Visiting Fellowship Award
Stéphane Ducasse, Senior Research Scientist for the Rmod team, has received the Distinguished Visiting Fellowship Award.
- Distinguished Visiting Fellowship Award
- Royal Academy of Engineering
- Inria Lille - Nord Europe Research Centre