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The medical simulation software publisher InSimo, borne from the Shacra project team, is proposing a new software platform developed amongst other parties by Inria. It will be used to launch a new generation of medical simulators onto the market. Offering greater accuracy and speed, these simulators have a broader scope of application and can therefore meet the new demand for help with planning and performing increasingly complex surgical operations.
From 13 to 21 May, 2010, and in close collaboration with the Lyon-based INSA and the ARDI or Agency for Development and Innovation in the Rhône-Alpes region of France, Inria is setting up a base in Shanghai on the banks of the Huangpu River. Based on the theme “Better City, Better Life” the World Expo 2010 will provide the Institute with the opportunity to present a number of innovations centred round the theme of a harmonious city. Inria will divide its participation up into two important components - the conference-debate “Digital Man at the Heart of a Digital Society” and Innovation Week.
- Project SWING
- ARDI Rhône-Alpes
- Project HIPERCOM
- Project NETQUEST
- Project E-MOTION
- Inria Reseach centre Grenoble Rhône-Alpes
Getting around in the city can sometimes be a nightmare. How can we improve urban and suburban transport? What ideas have Inria researchers come up with for the cities of the future? On 23 June at Jouy-en-Josas, the next edition of the Inria-Industry Meetings will attempt to answer these questions. During the event, the NeCS project-team and the company Karrus will present an experiment being conducted in Grenoble. Interview with Denis Jacquet, Chairman of Karrus.
On 3 April, Inria will launch its 2013 engineer recruitment campaign. The institute is thus recruiting around thirty young graduate engineers and around twenty experienced and specialist engineers. The campaign will run until 27 September 2013.
Science & Innovation
Since April 2010, the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie science museum at Parc de la Villette in Paris has played host to the Tech’ Galerie: a 400sq.m. exhibition and debating venue dedicated to tomorrow's technologies. Pierre Ricono, Tech’ Galerie project manager, takes a look back at this pilot experiment and Inria's involvement in the event.
Atau Tanaka, Professor of Media Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London, is in charge of the technical programm for "interactivity", the showroom of demos at CHI 2013. He gives us his point of view.