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Colloquium J. Morgenstern
The role of mathematics in understanding and simulating fluid dynamics and biochemical processes in the physiological and pathological functioning of the human cardiovascular system is becoming more and more crucial.
Place : Amphi Ouest - Polytech'Nice Sophia - Sophia Antipolis
Guest(s) : Alfio Quarteroni - EPFL
- Cardiovascular system
- Colloquium J. Morgenstern
- Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
- Mathematical models
- Numerical simulation
Maintaining the dignity and autonomy of the elderly is at stake, therefore opening research perspectives of interest for Inria Project Teams (IPT). In order to promote this theme and to coordinate the involved activity researches amongst Inria institute, a Large Scale Initiative Action gathers nine projects team from Nancy, Grenoble, Sophia Antipolis and Rennes in one cross-entity named PAL (Personally Assisted Living)
Place : Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
Modelling of dynamical systems is fundamental in almost all disciplines of science and engineering, ranging from life science to plant-wide process control. Engineering uses models for the design and analysis of complex technical systems. System identification concerns the construction, estimation and validation of mathematical models of dynamical physical or engineering phenomena from experimental data.
Place : Maison du Séminaire, Nice
Researchers, students, engineers can access to high level library on computer science, control theory and applied mathematics.
With its research teams based in Nice, Sophia Antipolis, Montpellier, Bologna and Athens, Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée research centre is a major player in the field of digital sciences and technologies deliberately oriented towards the European Research Area - in particular the European Research Council (ERC) - but also involved in higher education and research ecosystems and innovation ecosystems.
Most of our centre's research teams are located in Sophia Antipolis in Alpes-Maritimes, 8 km from Antibes, 12 km from Cannes and 28 km from Nice. Some teams are established in Montpellier. The FOCUS team is hosted by the computer science department of the University of Bologna in Italy.
Most of our centre's research teams are located in Sophia Antipolis in Alpes Maritimes, 8 km from Antibes, 12 km from Cannes and 28 km from Nice. Some teams are established in Montpellier. The FOCUS team is hosted by the computer science department of the University of Bologna in Italy.
For any questions about one of the departments of the Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranee research centre, please contact the head of the department.
Award - PhD
The Gilles Kahn Prize 2015, awarded by the French Computer Science Society (SIF) and sponsored by the Academy of Sciences, has been won by Clément Maria for his doctoral thesis entitled, ‘Algorithms and Data Structures in Algorithmic Topology’, supervised by Jean-Daniel Boissonnat of the Geometrica project team, and based on research carried out at the Inria Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée Research Centre.
- Saclay - Île-de-France
- GEOMETRICA team
- INRIA Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
- Prix Gilles Kahn
- Clément Maria