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A new algorithm for more secure cryptographic exchanges


Last December in Seoul the article "Counting points on genus 2 curves with real multiplication"  by Pierrick Gaudry (LORIA/Caramel project-team), David Kohel (Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy) and Benjamin Smith (Grace team, formerly Tanc) won (jointly) the prize for best article at AsiaCrypt 2011, one of the three most important international conferences on cryptology.


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2 cars : the top one was printed using CurviSlicer software, while the bottom one was printed using less powerful software. The top car was printed using the CurviSlicer program, while the one on the bottom was printed using a lower quality program. - Inria

3D printing

Smoother 3D prints

Mediathena - 23/07/2019

Two project teams, MFX (Matter from Graphics) and Pixel, joint undertakings involving Inria and Loria based in Nancy, have developed an innovative software for the 3D printing of curved surfaces. In order to avoid “the staircase effect”, the new algorithm CurviSlicer divides the shape of the part to be printed into curved slices in such a way that the deposition follows the surfaces naturally. This makes it possible to perform deposition along smooth curved surfaces using a conventional fused filament 3D printer. Their work will be unveiled at the international conference SIGGRAPH on 31st July 2019.


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Colloquium Polaris - Claire Mathieu


We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, October 17 in the amphitheater of the Ircica from 2:00 to 3:30 pm for a talk by Claire Mathieu as part of the Polaris Colloquium. She will explain it to us: "The effectiveness of Local Search".

Place : Ircica, 50 avenue Halley, Parc scientifique de la Haute Borne, Villeneuve d'Ascq

Guest(s) : Claire Mathieu


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Honorary Doctor Anne Canteaut @University of Bergen


Anne Canteaut nominated Honorary Doctor at the University of Bergen, Norway.


Since 1951 the University of Bergen, Norway, has been nominating Honorary Doctors, the highest honor the University can award to people not employed at the University but that have distinguished themselves with their outstanding work in a particular field.

On October 15th 2019, Anne Canteaut, Research Director at Inria and head of the project-team SECRET had the honor of being nominated.


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