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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.

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Reactions between a grain of sodium carbonate (in red) and two grains of silica sand (blue and yellow) observed at different temperatures and from different angles. - © The American Ceramic Society

Discovery

Analysing images helps reveal the mysteries of glass formation

Laure Guion - 10/05/2012

An original partnership has gathered the Parietal team, specialised in computational analysis of brain images, and the Glass surfaces and interfaces laboratory (CNRS/Saint-Gobain) around an original project aimed at solving the mysteries of glass formation. One of the aims behind this research, published on the website of The Journal of the American Ceramic Society , is to produce high-quality glass at lower temperatures than those currently used in industry.

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Distinction

SemEval-2010

6/09/2010

Laurent Romary and Patrice Lopez were ranked first out of 19 participants in the SemEval-2010 competition for the task of ‘Automatic extraction of keywords from scientific articles’. They presented their results during the SemEval-2010 workshop, which took place in Uppsala, Sweden on July 16th.

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Researcher's path

Mireille Régnier : 'Contributing to knowledge of the human genome'

Laure Guion - 26/03/2012

For the first annual Maths Week, March 12-18, the theme was "Women and Maths". It offered an opportunity to interview three researchers and team leaders at Saclay, with three different profiles and careers, but who all chose to discuss with us their choice to work in science and research. This week we met with Mireille Régnier, head of the Amib project-team.

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A researcher's path

Catherine Bonnet: "When I was 17, I couldn't imagine doing anything but maths all the time"

Laure Guion - 12/03/2012

For the first annual Maths Week, March 12-18, the theme was "Women and Maths". It offered an opportunity to interview three researchers and team leaders at Saclay, with three different profiles and careers, but who all chose to discuss with us their choice to work in science and research. This week we met with Catherine Bonnet, head of the Disco team.

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Home > Centre > Saclay > News > Catherine Bonnet : Je n’envisageais pas de ne pas faire des maths à temps plein

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Award

A new algorithm for more secure cryptographic exchanges

9/03/2012

Last December in Seoul the article "Counting points on genus 2 curves with real multiplication"  by Pierrick Gaudry (LORIA/Caramel project-team), David Kohel (Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy) and Benjamin Smith (Grace team, formerly Tanc) won (jointly) the prize for best article at AsiaCrypt 2011, one of the three most important international conferences on cryptology.

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Neuroscience

The NiConnect project: understanding the brain, even in a resting state

6/03/2012

NiConnect is a Future Investments project that just been approved a few weeks ago. Gaël Varoquaux, the project's young promoter and member of the Parietal team, explains the aims of this research programme in bioinformatics.

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Jean-Daniel Fekete, leader of the Aviz team and specialised in the visualisation of large datasets Jean-Daniel Fekete - © Inria

Award

Helping ordinary citizens understand public data

Françoise Breton – Technoscope - 24/02/2012

Three Frenchmen have been designated to receive a Google Research Award 2011. Jean-Daniel Fekete, leader of the Aviz team and specialised in the visualisation of large datasets, is among the laureates, with a project at the heart of access to public data.

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Home > Centre > Saclay > News > Rendre les données publiques compréhensibles par le citoyen

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A researcher's path

Brigitte Rozoy: 'Maths were more than an assimilation'

Laure Guion - 19/03/2012

For the first annual Maths Week, March 12-18, the theme was "Women and Maths". It offered an opportunity to interview three researchers and team leaders at Saclay, with three different profiles and careers, but who all chose to discuss with us their choice to work in science and research. This week we met with Brigitte Rozoy, head of the Grand-Large team.

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Awards

Grégoire Allaire, EADS Foundation Prize winner

16/02/2012

Grégoire Allaire, a researcher in the Défi team, which is hosted by the CMAP (Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées) on the École Polytechnique campus, was awarded the EADS Foundation Prize (science and engineering) on November 22, 2011.

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