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Représentation d'un maillage 3D 3D mesh adapted for capturing the cone of noise produced by an aircraft - © Inria


Inria rewarded for its collaboration with Lemma


In each of the past 8 years, the Fédération des Industries Électriques, Électroniques et de Communication (FIEEC) [The Federation of Electrical, Electronic and Communication Industries] has awarded a prize for applied research. The goal of this prize is to promote successful collaborations between industry and public research while demonstrating both their economic effectiveness and their potential for innovation. This year, the 2nd prize was awarded to Adrien Loseille (from Gamma3) for his work in adaptive meshing in collaboration with Charles Leca, CEO of Lemma.


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Visualisation des régions fonctionnelle du cerveau extraites de l'activité de repos Visualisation des régions fonctionnelle du cerveau extraites de l'activité de repos - © Inria / PARIETAL


A new tool for the diagnosis of states of consciousness

Magalie Quet - 7/10/2018

Denis Engemann (Inria Saclay - Île-de-France / CEA NeuroSpin) and Federico Raimondo (University of Buenos Aires/Sorbonne University), under the direction of Jacobo Sitt, Inserm researcher at the Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle épinière (CNRS/Inserm/Sorbonne University), propose a new electroencephalography (EEG) tool called "DoC-Forest" to establish patients' awareness. Unlike the other tools developed so far and reserved for a few expert centres, "DoC-Forest" will be accessible to patients all over the world. Their study was published in the October issue of the trade journal Brain .


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Michèle Sebag, co-head of the TAU team - © Inria / Photo H. Raguet

Artificial intelligence

Michèle Sebag on AI

Magalie Quet & Marie-Laetitia Gambié - 23/04/2018

Michèle Sebag, co-leader of the TAU research project, was recently elected as a member of the French Academy of Technology, a French academic association founded on 12 December 2000, whose aim is to ‘enlighten society on the best use of its technologies’, and where she participates in a commission on the ethics of computer science. An expert since the 1990s on issues regarding artificial intelligence, the magazine L’Usine Nouvelle also recently named her one of the “pioneers” of artificial intelligence: those “specialists in machine learning and data [who are] advancing the performance of algorithms and launching them to conquer new territories” . We meet the researcher who has been dedicated to AI for nearly 30 years…


Home > Centre > Saclay > News > L’IA vue par Michèle Sebag



Molecular Systems Biology's Feature Story


This month, the scientific journal Molecular Systems Biology dedicates the front page of its latest issue to an article on the synthesis of artificial cellular microreactors by François Fages, head of the Lifeware research team, Alexis Courbet (CNRS/INSERM), Patrick Amar (CNRS/LRI), Eric Renard (INSERM/CNRS) and Franck Molina (CNRS).


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DataShape project team to work with Fujitsu

Carole Céard - 20/02/2018

On 19 December 2017, Inria and Fujitsu signed a partnership agreement for a joint research programme on artificial intelligence and big data. Frédéric Chazal, the DataShape Project Team Leader at the Inria Saclay Île-de-France research centre, has committed to a 30-month collaboration as part of the programme.


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© Tahar Amari et al./Centre de physique théorique.CNRS-École polytechnique. France

Multidisciplinary research

Digital science optimizes solar flares predictions

M.Q.(*) - 8/02/2018

A multidisciplinary team, with Tahar Amari and Aurelien Canou from the Centre de physique théorique*, in collaboration with Jean-Jacques Aly from the Laboratoire d'Astrophysique, interprétation - modélisation**, François Delyon from the Laboratoire de physique théorique de la matière condensée*** and Frédéric Alauzet from the Centre de recherche Inria Saclay - Île-de-France, has just made a major scientific discovery: a single phenomenon could control all solar flares.


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Birth of the DATAIA Institute

The DATAIA Institute and interdisciplinarity


Designated a Convergence Institute within the framework of the Investments for the Future 3 programme (PIA), the DATAIA Institute brings together - on the Saclay plateau in the Paris area - multidisciplinary research skills in the data sciences and artificial intelligence to serve the human and social sciences.


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Computer arithmetic and formal proofs


The work "Computer Arithmetic and Formal Proofs - Verifying Floating-point Algorithms with the Coq System", co-written by Sylvie Boldo and Guillaume Melquiond (Toccata team - Inria) has just been published by Editions Iste .


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ERC Starting Grant

Neurosciences and machine learning: Alexandre Gramfort sets out to conquer the brain

Magalie Quet - 25/10/2017

Winner of a 2015 ERC Starting Grant, for his projectSignal processing and Learning Applied to Brain data(SLAB), Alexandre Gramfort has been a member of the Parietal project team - a joint team with CEA-Saclay - since 1st April 2017. His project aims to provide a more accurate interpretation of the electrophysical signals of healthy or sick brains, in order to better understand how they function. A meeting with this young researcher, lecturer and graduate of the French engineering school Télécom ParisTech.


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Wendy Mackay is rewarded for her entire career


The University of Aarhus has decided to reward Wendy Mackay, head of the Ex-Situ team, for her entire career and in particular for her work on interactive video, participatory design and mixed reality.

On Friday 15 September, she was awarded the "Doctorem Scientiarum Hororis Causa".


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