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Scientific partnership

Forum 2011 MSR Inria

Céline Acharian - 18/03/2011

On April 12th, Inria and Microsoft will organize a forum, to be held at Le Campus Microsoft, to celebrate four years of existence of the research centre created jointly by the two partners. This will be an opportunity to showcase a very fruitful research collaboration through research presentations and demonstrations.


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Best paper award pour three members of the Proval project-team


Mohamed Iguernelala, Evelyne Contejean and Sylvain Conchon, from the Proval research-team, have won the EATC award (European Association for Theoretical Computer Science)  for the ETAPs 2011 best paper (European Joint Conferences on Theory and Practice of Software).


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International relations

Franco-Japanese high-performance computing project


ANR-JST FP3C (Framework and Programming for Post Petascale Computing), coordinated in France by the Grand-Large project-team, aims to tackle the challenges of high-performance computing. This exceptional collaboration between France and Japan is one of the four projects selected from the many submissions made as part of a call for projects.


Home > Centre > Saclay > News > Projet franco-japonais calcul haute performance


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Three awards at ACM GECCO 2010


For researchers in the Tao and Regularity project teams


Home > Centre > Saclay > News > Trois récompenses à l'ACM GECCO 2010



Laurent Romary and Patrice Lopez: CLEF-IP winners 2010


For the second year in succession, Laurent Romary and Patrice Lopez have won the CLEF-IP information retrieval competition.


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Claude Marché, Toccata team leader - © Inria / Photo Kaksonen


When programs prove themselves

Emmanuelle Perrot - 18/10/2013

In 2013, eight years after the creation of the Proval team headed by Christine Paulin-Mohring, the team has reached a turning point. Today it has taken on new directions and a new manager, Claude Marché. Claude tells us more about this new team, Toccata.


Home > Centre > Saclay > News > Quand les programmes font leurs preuves


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European project

Metadata for a better understanding of the past

Laure Guion - 26/10/2012

2014 marks the centenary of the First World War. But how can such an event be commemorated when the relevant historical resources are scattered throughout the whole of Europe and historians have not yet been able to conduct an exhaustive study of all of them? Laurent Romary explains how, with the CENDARI project, computational sciences can provide a solution to this problem and come to the aid of all social sciences.


Home > Centre > Saclay > News > Des métadonnées pour mieux comprendre le passé


Computational medicine

Tools for getting more out of brain imaging

Françoise Breton, Technoscope - 28/09/2012

Brain imaging has made a great deal of progress in recent years, providing more and more data and with an increasingly high level of quality.  Developing reliable, high-performance tools to improve the use of these images is now vital. Inria has an important role to play in this respect. The Parietal team is presenting four articles on this subject at MICCAI 2012, as well as contributing to four specialist workshops and running a demonstration at the Inria stand.

Bertrand Thirion, Parietal team leader, Inria Saclay–Île-de-France


Home > Centre > Saclay > News > Des outils pour mieux tirer parti de l’imagerie cérébrale


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Research teams

Cryptography and coding for greater digital security

Laure Guion - 13/07/2012

Inria's dynamic approach to science is due in part to its policy of regularly renewing its project teams. Indeed, every four to eight years, the teams must present a new research project. This offers an opportunity to come up with a new theme, a new team leader, a new name, new profiles, etc. A few months after the Tanc team evolved to form the Grace research project, we met with Daniel Augot, the new team leader, to discuss the implications of this change.


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Mario Sigalotti,  Geco team's leader Mario Sigalotti - © Inria

Research team

"The same mathematical tool can be used in both neurophysiology and quantum physics"

Laure Guion - 5/06/2012

One year after the launch of the Geco team, it's time to take stock of its research work with the team's leader, Mario Sigalotti.


Home > Centre > Saclay > News > "Un même outil mathématique peut servir aussi bien en neurophysiologie qu’en physique quantique"