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Michel Cosnard, Chairman and CEO of Inria, has appointed Jean Roman as Interim Director of the Bordeaux–Sud-Ouest Centre, effective June 1, 2013.
Inria and the University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour sign a scientific partnership framework agreement
Inria and the University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour (UPPA) have signed a scientific partnership framework agreement. The agreement, signed by Mohamed Amara, President of UPPA, and Antoine Petit, Deputy Managing Director of Inria, in the presence of Jean Roman, Director of the Inria Bordeaux–Sud-Ouest Centre, aims to create a shared vision of the two institutions' research strategies in the field of computational sciences.
Discover the Centre
A journey to the heart of computational sciences and technologies for Bordeaux secondary school pupils
As part of the "Objective 2015" academic programme, the educational district of Bordeaux has adopted a proactive policy of encouraging pupils to take up science courses and careers in research while working towards developing an effective pathway from secondary through to university education.
- Rectorat de l'académie de Bordeaux
- Enseignement informatique et sciences du numérique
- Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest
Science for all
Since 2 March, the Cervorama exhibition at Cap Sciences has been attracting adults and children alike to come and play with Odo and Ada, two small wheeled robots that can be controlled blind in order to understand how the brain works.
Transfer and innovation
On 12 April, Inria Bordeaux–Sud-Ouest signed a partnership agreement with Interaction Healthcare , of the Interaction Group. Interaction Healthcare will be working with the CARMEN research team, which specialises in modelling and calculations for cardiac electrophysiology. The aim is to develop a serious game platform called Medic ActiV, designed for healthcare professionals. The scientific partners for the project are the university hospital institute LIRYC (University Hospital Institute for Cardiac Arrhythmia Research, Care and Technology Transfer) and the university hospital centre.
Katie Lewis of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the US uses SCOTCH in her everyday research on massively parallel 3D mesh/grid partitioning.
Alfredo Buttari, developer of the Mumps (Multifrontal massively parallel sparse direct solver) solver at the Institute of Computing Research in Toulouse (CNRS).
Cédric Chevalier, engineer-researcher at CEA, "Scotch is ahead of the curve for state-of-the-art architectures".
The software Scotch, developed by François Pellegrini at Inria Bordeaux – Southwest, is turning 20 years old in December. This software is used to organize computing efficiently and robustly on parallel computers. Its success is now growing. It's important to note that it's the only one in the world of its kind to run on hierarchical parallel architectures that include tens of thousands of processors.
Interview with François Pellegrini, professor at University Bordeaux 1, member of the Bacchus team at Inria Bordeaux – Southwest and member of the LaBRI.
On 3, 4 and 5 February, 2011, Inria will be in attendance at the Aquitec trade show, the leading fair in south-west France for guidance, job roles, employment, training and education alongside Aquitaine's three other public science and technology institutions (EPSTs).
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