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© INRIA Sophie Auvin - U comme Utilisateur

Computer science from A to Z

U is for User

From electronic chips to specialised software, numerous elements contribute to the success of a computing tool.

But all these technical exploits count for nothing if they are not in harmony with their users: you!

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Computer science from A to Z

V is for Virtual

Does the keyboard annoy you? Does the mouse get on your nerves? Why not interact with your computer in a more intuitive way?

Discover the parallel worlds of “virtual reality ”, where the tangible and the digital collide!

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Computer science from A to Z

W is for Web

Are you looking for a quiet hotel for your next holidays in the Périgord?

Why not search one of the largest “data banks ” in the world: the web!

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Computer science from A to Z

X is for XML

Have you ever experienced the nightmare of incompatible files?

Moving from one software to another, or sometimes just installing a new version, can render some data irrecoverable.

Fortunately, we have XML, the universal format.

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© INRIA Sophie Auvin - Y comme Yeux

Computer science from A to Z

Y is for eYes

Lions have great strength, but it would be of no use to them if nature had not given them eyes ”. [Montesquieu]

Machines do not have eyes, but why shouldn't they be capable of seeing?

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Computer science from A to Z

Z is for Zero

Computer scientist like to joke that there are 10 types of people: those who are not familiar with the binary numeral system and those who are.

Which category do you fall into?

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Research - Scientific awareness

Scientific and technology awareness

Promoting the understanding and appropriation of scientific knowledge by a wide audience is a recognised necessity, in a world where science and technical considerations play a major role in terms of economics and society. As such, in keeping with its strategic objectives, Inria conducts numerous scientific awareness actions, aimed both at young people and the general public. 

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Educational actions

Coming together

It is important to bring people together and spread scientific awareness whenever possible. This is why Inria's two research centres in the Ile-de-France region (Paris-Rocquencourt and Saclay - Ile-de-France) are participating jointly in the "Culture et jeux mathématiques" show and the Fête de la Science, which take place yearly in May and October respectively.

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Distinction

Inria launches prizes

Laurence Hermant - 31/01/2011

In order to recognise and reward exceptional scientific advances and major contributions to technology transfer or innovation in computer science and mathematics, Inria has created three prizes, to be awarded for the first time in spring 2011: the Inria Grand Prize, the Inria Young Researcher prize and the Inria Innovation prize.

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Science Festival

Scientific culture

A look back on the 5th edition of the Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes open house

Vanessa Peregrin - 3/11/2010

During the 5th edition of the Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes open house, the research centre opened its doors to the public on Friday, 22 October and Saturday, 23 October to allow them to learn about the computational sciences.

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