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Wendy Mackay: aiming for real human-computer interaction

Nathaly Mermet - 26/03/2013

With a European Research Council (ERC) prize to her name, Wendy Mackay is delighted to be able to explore radical innovations in computer-user interfaces.

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Marie Doumic-Jauffret: modelling amyloidosis

Technoscope - 17/10/2012

Marie Doumic-Jauffret is one of 4 Inria candidates selected in the young researcher category for the ERC European call for projects 2012. Her project, called Skipper, aims to improve understanding of amyloidosis, a group of diseases that includes prions and Alzheimer’s, in order to help biologists identify therapeutic solutions.

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Ivan Laptev: Advancing Computer Vision

Technoscope - 27/09/2012

Ivan Laptev is one of the four INRIA candidates selected for a European Research Council (ERC) grant in the young researchers category 2012. His subject, “Computer Vision”, aims to mimic the human visual system thanks to algorithms that analyse motion, detect events and recognise objects in video sequences. He explains his work to us in more detail and outlines some potential applications.

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Stéphane Redon: Inventing engineering on an atomic scale

Isabelle Bellin - Technoscope - 28/11/2012

Stéphane Redon is one of four Inria candidates selected in the young researcher category for the 2012 ERC European call for projects. His project, named ADAPT, develops adaptive mathematical and algorithmic methods to produce nanosystem CAD software that aims to be as generic as the benchmark macroscopic CAD software Catia, developed by Dassault Systèmes.

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ERC Junior grantee Sylvain Lefebvre

Isabelle Belin - 28/11/2012

Sylvain Lefebvre is one of four Inria candidates selected in the young researcher category for the 2012 ERC European call for projects. His project, named ShapeForge, will make it possible to produce, quite literally, everyday objects or pieces of furniture from given examples, taking inspiration from their style.

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Marie-Paule Cani wishes to make 3D virtual creation available to all

Isabelle Bellin - 25/01/2012

Thanks to the Advanced Grant awarded to her by the European Research Council (ERC), aimed at experienced researchers, Marie-Paule Cani, a university professor at the INP Grenoble, will finance five years of research into the design of animated virtual shapes within the framework of her IMAGINE team, shared with Inria Grenoble and with the Jean Kuntzmann laboratory (CNRS and Universities of Grenoble). She hopes to make the digital tool as intuitive as simply using pen and paper, and much more efficient.

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"Medical Imagery and I.T.: the personalised digital patient"

Françoise Breton - 25/01/2012

Nicholas Ayache is the 2011 winner of an ERC grant worth 2.5 million Euros, aimed at experienced researchers. With many years of commitment to researching the analysis and simulation of medical images, he will now be able to rise to a major challenge: to design digital models of organs and pathologies enabling the incorporation of a patient's medical images and the simulation of the progress of their pathology and the suitability of the treatments before they are applied.

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Dale Miller: “Making proof universal”

Sophy Caulier - 9/01/2012

As the beneficiary of an ERC Advanced Grant for experienced researchers, Dale Miller has embarked on the difficult path of establishing proof. His aim? In this field, which is highly abstract but which has a definite impact on the real world, he wishes to standardise proof systems and issue certificates for such systems in order to promote greater confidence in them.

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