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The Inria Lille - Nord Europe project-team Bonsai (run jointly with the CNRS and Université Lille1*) has created Vidjil, software for high-throughput analysis of white blood cells. Objective: provide physicians with a tool for treating leukemia. As March 28 and 29 are national leukemia days in France, the creators of Vidjil took this opportunity to explain how it works.
This international contest was set up to promote computing and digital science to as wide an audience of young people as possible, through fun activities such as solving riddles, taking part in challenges and playing logic games. Unlike an introduction to computer programming, the contest aims to show young boys and girls that computing is a science as well as a technology.
Place : Inria de Paris, Salle de Réunion Jacques-Louis Lions 2 à 11h00
Guest(s) : Maya de Buhan (CNRS Paris 5)
After six weeks spent at the Frontier Development Lab (FDL), hosted by NASA and the SETI Institute, the adventure is continuing for Chedy Raïssi, a researcher on the Orpailleur project-team. Here is a look back at this programme and its repercussions.
- Cherry Raïssi
- Inria research centre - Nancy - Grand Est
- Planetary defence
- Deep learning
The ERC Starting Grants is aimed at young scientists (two to seven years after the thesis) : five Inria researchers awarded in 2016 this grant which enable them to build up a research team around an original theme. Discover our successful applicants.
- ERC 2016
- Quantic cryptography
- ERC grant
- Digital images
The Educatec-Educatice exhibition is a key event bringing together education professionals. Kidlearn, a project run by the Flowers team from Inria’s Bordeaux–Sud-Ouest centre and ENSTA–Paris Tech, will be presented at the Inria stand in Paris from 20 to 22 November.
Collège de France
The Chair of Informatics and Computational Sciences at the Collège de France for the year 2017-2018 is awarded to Claire Mathieu, computer scientist and mathematician, and research director at the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research). The inaugural lecture will be given on Thursday 16 November 2017 at 6.00pm.
As we are about to book a plane ticket or a hotel room, we can notice a variability in prices just as we proceed to payment. Is this yield managementor is it due to discrimination based on unknown criteria (legal or not)? The aim of the TransAlgo project is to understand, and shed light on, this type of practice. How can methods that make it possible to verify if a decision is taken based on criteria that respect the values and rules of our societies be developed? Nozha Boujemaa, who has been tasked with this major work, responds.
We will try to show in this intervention that ethical questioning, like the questioning on the security of computer systems, is also a fertile source of new scientific and technical questions. For example, the questioning of privacy has given rise to numerous studies on the anonymization of data, the electronic voting project has led to the design of voting protocols, but also to the study of their limits. Similarly, questions relating to the fairness of algorithms, such as the post-bac admission algorithm, or that of the justification of a judgment or decision, lead to new problems that we do not yet know how to solve.
Place : IUT Charlemagne
Guest(s) : Gilles Dowek
MFX (Matter from Graphics), is the name of the brand new team at the Inria Nancy research centre. Its field of research? 3D modelling of parts for additive manufacturing, combined with reflection on how to design and produce the objects. Interview with Sylvain Lefebvre, Inria research director and head of the team.
- Inria Nancy - Grand Est
- 3D modelisation
- Sylvain Lefebvre
- 3D print
- Additive manufacturing