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The Data Publica project began on January 1, 2010, and is expected to last for one year. It is being carried out by Araok, an e-commerce consulting firm, Nexedi, the company behind the ERP5 Open Source ERP), and Talend, the world leader in open-source data management, in partnership with Atos Origin and Inria, who have joined the project.
The highlighted flaw, concerning major Internet security protocols - notably OpenVPN and TLS - was already known from a theoretical point of view, but two Inria researchers, Karthik Bhargavan (PROSECCO project team) and Gaëtan Leurent (SECRET project team) have just demonstrated that an attack where it is used as a point of entry is indeed possible.
The Techno Café, organized in partnership with UCA and Inria alumni, is on free access. They are the subject of debate around a theme between the speakers and the participants.
Place : Learning Centre, Sophia Antipolis, 1 p.m.
Guest(s) : Nataliia Bielova (Inria)
History of Inria
A pioneer of the Internet and distributed algorithms, after CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research) and Stanford University, Gérard Le Lann joined Iria/Inria where he has carried out most of his career.
Inria Awards 2013
Pascale Vicat-Blanc, founder of the Lyatiss company, has recently received the lnria - French Académie des Sciences (Academy of Sciences) – Dassault Systèmes Innovation award. She sees in this personal honour a recognition for her team and her company – and an interest in young women that may be inspired by what she has accomplished. Conscious of being a sort of role model, she has campaigned for the European de-compartmentalisation of the spheres of research, business and investment.
Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering
In its first year, the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering has rewarded five major contributors to the creation of the Internet and Web. Louis Pouzin, a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and French IT engineer, was among the winners. He is the man behind packet switching (datagram), and his team built Cyclades – the first network working on the principles of the Internet – at IRIA (the forerunner of Inria) in 1973. He accepted the prize from Queen Elizabeth II herself on 25 June 2013.