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At the end of May, after six years in construction and over 14 days being transported, the largest human MRI scanner[i] - the Iseult project - arrived at the Neurospin research centre in Saclay. Equipped with the most powerful magnet in the world, generating a record magnetic field of 11.7 teslas[ii], this MRI will be able to explore the human brain with a hitherto unparalleled level of precision. The Parietal project team from the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France centre, a joint team with the CEA[iii] and located at the NeuroSpin research centre will, a few months from now, be able to work on this behemoth of technologies and push their studies of the brain even further.
David Marcum, Professor at Mississippi State University (MSU), has been hired by Inria Saclay – Île-de-France research center within the framework of the International Chair Program. David Marcum joined the center in the beginning of May 2017 to strengthen his collaboration with Gamma3 project-team and work on "Unstructured Mesh Generation".
Friday 17 March 2017 saw the official launch of InBio, a joint exploratory effort between Inria and Institut Pasteur hosted by the Lifeware team (Inria Saclay – Île-de-France).
International Women's Day
Whether they are researchers, managers, senior lecturers, heads of department, PhD students, communications officers, teachers, administrative assistants...they all have something in common: working towards furthering research. And, this year, on International Women's Day, the Inria Saclay – Île-de-France research centre has decided to highlight some of these women who carry out and support the research of today.
The LIFEWARE project-team joined the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre in January 2016. Between hardware and software, LIFEWARE seeks to shed light on life software by trying to understand its methods using engineering methods. Meeting with François Fages, Grégory Batt and Sylvain Soliman.
On 1 February InBio was created, the result of the collaboration between the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre and the Institut Pasteur. Grégory Batt becomes the head of this exploratory action hosted by the Lifeware team and presents his project: automating the discovery process in biology.
On 1 June 2016, the MΞDISIM team became a joint project team in partnership with researchers from the French École Polytechnique Solid Mechanics Laboratory (LMS). Team manager Dominique Chapelle looks back over the process of creating the project team from the end of 2012 following the close-out of the MACS project team.
Since his thesis alongside Gérard Berry, professor at the Collège de France, Georges Gonthier has been exploring the field of computer verification of mathematical theorems. After having worked for the Inria Rocquencourt centre, the Microsoft research laboratory in Cambridge and taken part in the creation of the joint Inria - Microsoft-Research laboratory, Georges Gonthier is joining the SPECFUN team at the Inria Saclay – Île-de-France centre in order to continue his research projects and get back together with the teams with which he has been working for several years.
Specialised in the analysis of brain images, Gaël Varoquaux is a member of the Parietal team at the Inria Saclay – Île-de-France research centre. On 29 September 2016, he was the guest at a "Unithé ou café" meeting organised by Saclay centre.
The Networking Networking Women Community (N2 Women) has published the list of the ten women "to watch" in the field of networking and communications (10 Women in Networking / Communications That You Should Watch). Aline Carneiro Viana, member of the INFINE team at the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France centre, is one of these women who are very active and involved in this research community.