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Reproducing scientific experiments largely based on IT equipment has become practically impossible as a result of the constantly-evolving nature of software, versions and features. Version 1.0 of the free software Guix, which was made available in May 2019, tackles this challenge head-on, particularly when it comes to high performance computing (HPC), enabling users to “go back in time” in order to find previous versions of programs. To find out more about this, we spoke to Ludovic Courtès from Inria Bordeaux, one of the main figures behind this group project.
See you at the 13th edition of the AquiDoc Forum!
Aquidoc is a multidisciplinary association whose aim is to promote the career development of young researchers (doctoral students and doctors) in the non-academic sector.
Every year, it organizes a forum that allows Master's students, doctoral students and young doctors to meet professionals in order to create a network, find a job or improve their professional integration capacity through recruitment assistance workshops.
Place : université de Bordeaux, Campus de Talence, bâtiment A22
Science fiction, Web culture, high-tech, video games, parallel worlds, creative industries... Discover all these worlds with your family or friends at the Bordeaux Geek Festival, France's first geek culture festival.
Place : Parc des Expositions de Bordeaux Cours Charles Bricaud 33300 Bordeaux HALL 3 & 1 – PORTE K
Guest(s) : Thibault Desprez
What is the best itinerary for a delivery round? How can production be scheduled most effectively in order to become more efficient? How can the process of cutting materials in a factory be optimised so as to limit losses? These are all questions that manufacturers may find themselves faced with, which can become incredibly complex in cases involving multiple parameters and a range of different constraints. It is here that operational research comes into play, the goal of which is to design decision support tools - an area in which RealOpt, an Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest project team, specialises.
As a partner of The Week of Mathematics, the Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest centre was an active participant at the open day organised by the Académie de Bordeaux at the Talence university campus. With play decided as the theme for this year’s event, participants were given a rich and varied programme of activities.
We met up with Solenne Delahaye, an engineer within the Sistm project team, Martine Courbin Coulaud, a documentation engineer who also works on information and scientific publishing, and Costanza Simoncini, a postdoctoral student and member of the Monc project team.
Early March saw the arrival at the Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest research centre of a new project team, Pléiade, a joint undertaking involving Inria, the INRA and the CNRS. Linking biology, IT and mathematics, Pléiade, run by David Sherman, is the first team within the centre to be set up in partnership with the INRA.
On Friday 1st February, Nicolas Roussel, director of the Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest research centre, and Didier Roux, president of Unitec, signed a collaboration agreement, formalising the long-standing partnership linking Inria and Unitec in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region.
The project team Geostat and I2S, an SME specialising in high-end digital imaging in high-tech sectors, have formalised their intention to work together via the creation of a joint laboratory, to be known as the Inria Innovation Lab. Xavier Datin, managing director of I2S, and Hussein Yahia, head of the Geostat team, told us more about this shared project.
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