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Season's Greetings

Season's greetings 2012


The mission and commitment of all our researches is to invent the new digital world. We are sending you our best wishes for 2012 and encourage you to continue this discovery.


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Inria in California

The Inria@SiliconValley program


Collaborations between Inria project-teams and American Universities are active from a long time and thus provide a strong basis for addressing scientific, economic and societal challenges on international priorities, in the context of win-win partnerships.

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2012 Inria Awards

2012 Inria Awards


On 14 June in Paris, the "Inria Awards" ceremony will take place for the second consecutive year. After Gérard Huet, Bruno Levy, Stéphane Donikian... who will be the 2012 prize winners? In your immediate surroundings, perhaps you know a researcher or a team of scientists whose research results, vision, action, and originality of approach contribute to advances in computer sciences and mathematics for the development of our society. Inria invites you to nominate your candidates.


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Inria Inside with Animesh Pathak

Damien Dechambre - 16/06/2015

Animesh Pathak is a research scientist in the Mimove team at the Inria Paris-Rocquencourt Research Centre. Born in India, he started out as an intern on the Institute’s internship programme, returning later after a period of time spent in America.
Animesh, a specialist in mobile application systems, gives us an account of the day-to-day life of a researcher at Inria.


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DomAssist: Help at home for the elderly

CD - 3/03/2014

The DomAssist project aims to improve the well-being and independence of the elderly in their own homes by installing a range of simple sensors to detect movement, light and electricity usage. The readings from these sensors are then combined intelligently by a number of applications that interact with the user by means of a tablet computer. 


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Big Data Value Association

European Partnership

Partnership between Inria and the EU Big Data Project

AB - 20/08/2015

Inria joins European Public Private Partnership on Big Data research (BDVA) created in 2015.


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Paul Jolie


Paul Jolie has been appointed Chief Officer for Resources and Service Administration with effect from 1st March. He replaces Hervé Mathieu, who has been appointed as advisor to the CEO.


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Prix Inria

Inria Awards 2015

Inria awards 2015 winners

AB - 8/09/2015

Inria announces the Inria awards 2015 winners. Find out who are acknowledged this year for their major contributions to computer science and promising innovations for our society and the proper functioning of Inria. The winners of five Inria awards in 2015 will be honoured on October 6th, at an awards ceremony at the Forum des Images in Paris.

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New visual identity


In light of the dynamic, complex and ever-changing environment within which Inria operates, it is important for the Institute to adopt a clear, sincere and effective presentation of its activities. This new signature is the result of brainstorming involving all employees, and is intended to offer a simple reflection of the Institute’s work. This new identity will progressively be introduced throughout all communication tools and media.


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Computing & seismology

Improving the forecasting of earthquakes

Cécile Michaut - 25/08/2011

Although we can predict seismic movements on the surface for a given tremor, we still cannot predict the occurrence of these tremors. Very long-term research will be needed. Nathalie Glinsky, a member of the Nachos project team and of the Mediterranean Centre for Technical Equipment Studies (CETE), and Etienne Bertrand, a researcher at CETE Méditerranée, tell us more.


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