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Today, we are becoming increasingly aware of the effects of environmental pollution.Pollution has become a major public health issue, as a large majority of European citizens are exposed to levels of pollution considered harmful to health.
The European research programme Proxima mobilised tens of researchers from specialised centres (Inria, Barcelona Supercomputing Center) and university (Padova, York) or industrial (Rapita Systems, Airbus) laboratories. It has enabled an improvement in the predictability of the processors that have to ensure the real-time operation of programs.
Thanks to the Dynamo (DYNAmic Models) Project, Stanley Durrleman, researcher at the Inria Paris Research centre (in the Aramis project team), and Professor Harald Hampel aim to create a digital model of changes in the brain as Alzheimer's disease progresses, hoping to develop a high-precision predictive medicine tool.
At the ICM, the Brain & Spine Institute in Paris, Fabrizio De Vico Fallani (Aramis team) uses brain-computer interfaces to analyse brain activity in subjects. His approach is distinctive in that it applies complex network theory to model interconnections within the brain. Within the NetBCI project, he is seeking to understand how a subject learns to use a brain-computer interface… with the ultimate aim of improving the performance of such interfaces.Brain week
The goal of the SmartMarina project is to use Internet of Things technology to monitor boat mooring occupancy and water/electricity use in the of Cap d'Agde marina, one of the three largest marinas in Europe.
Chaque édition réunit autour d’un domaine d’application un chercheur en science des données, un chercheur dont la discipline est touchée par ses récentes avancées ainsi qu’une entreprise innovante du domaine qui introduisent un débat par trois courtes présentations.
L’événement se clôture par un cocktail de networking .
Place : École Nationale des Chartes - 65 Rue de Richelieu, 75002 Paris – Salle Delisle de 17h00 à 19h00
Resarch team 's seminary
We present the PML₂ language, which provides a uniform environment for programming, and for proving properties of programs in an ML-like setting
Place : Inria de Paris- 2 rue Simone Iff- 75012
Guest(s) : Rodolphe Lepigre - Inria Saclay, LSV, CNRS
Awards and distinctions
An excellent 2016 for the centre with two winners of the GDR GPL (Programming and Software Engineering Research Group) 2016 thesis prize: Jacques-Henri Jourdan (Gallium) is awarded first prize and Antoine Delignat-Lavaud (Prosecco) receives an honourable mention
Google Fellowship 2018
European Research Council 2017
The European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grants are awarded each year to senior scientists to reward the excellence of their research work and to enable them to carry out an exploratory project over five years.