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Inria researchers constantly work to help improve our understanding of the phenomena that impact on our planet, to predict future change and seek solutions. Medicine, biology, robotics and ecology are among the many fields of application in which digital science now has a key contribution to make. This is also true of the effort to reverse climate change, a fundamental challenge for the whole planet.
Séminaire modélisation et calcul scientifique
Place : Salle de conférence Jacques-Louis Lions 2 - Bâtiment C - 10h30
Guest(s) : Eduard Rohan, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
- Blood flow
- Perfusion test
The 11th edition of the TERATEC Forum will take place on 28th and 29th June 2016 on the Ecole Polytechnique campus. Inria will be presenting a selection of innovative technologies and will partner the European Research Café, which aims to spotlight European research projects and initiatives in the fields of numerical simulation, HPC and Big Data.
High Performance Computing
The HPC-SME initiative, launched in 2010 by Inria, GENCI and Bpifrance, enables SMEs to measure and demonstrate the return on investment that they can expect from using simulation and high performance computing.
Building on its national success, this initiative is now being rolled out on a regional level to ensure increased effectiveness.
- Calcul intensif
- Initiative HPC-PME
- Calcul haute perfrmance
Innovation - Embedded systems
Many communicating objects (camera, telephone, computer, etc.) equip our spaces and form "ubiquitous environments." Omnipresent in many fields (building management, personal assistance, etc.), this team's objective is to design an integrated approach and tools dedicated to the development and simulation of ubiquitous applications.
- Video camera
- Communicating objects
- Dedicated development environment
Various applications are encountered in the subsurface since it contains interesting natural resources: groundwater, fossil fuels or heat. The natural capacity of confinement of the underground is also used for waste storage.
The COP21 Solutions exhibition, running from 4 to 10 December 2015, is expected to attract nearly 50,000 visitors under the glass dome of the Grand Palais in Paris, to learn about real, accessible solutions for the development of a post-carbon world. Inria is one of the fifteen research organisations exhibiting together for the first time in a space showcasing climate change issues and researchers' commitment to action. Around twenty Inria researchers will be presenting their research results.
The members of the Inocs research team, Diego Cattaruzza, Maxime Ogier and Frédéric Semet, in collaboration with Nabil Absi and Dominique Feillet of the École des Mines de Saint-Etienne took first place in the scientific prize category of the 2016 ROADEF/EURO Challenge organized in cooperation with Air Liquide. The ceremony was held on February 23, 2017 at the ROADEF conference in Metz.
Inria will be present, as it is every year, at the TERATEC forum that will take place on the École polytechnique campus on 27 and 28 June. Researchers from the institute will present innovative technologies and participate in technical and application workshops on emerging technologies in the field of digital simulation, HPC and Big Data.
Place : campus de l'école polytechnique
Metis is a,tool for simulating large-scale electric systems. By doing so, it allows to evaluate different investment strategies: is it useful or not to build a new transmission line or to invest in new wind turbine farms? More generally, Metis helps in optimizing the electric infrastructure on a European level. Metis is based on black-box optimization methods and machine learning. In collaboration with the company Artelys, Metis has been tested on real test scenario.