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Modelling and analysis of complex systems for communications, health and sustainable development


The Indo-French Center for the Promotion of Advanced Research (IFCPAR) organized a seminar on “Innovative Technology in IT” on September 26-28, 2011 in Bangalore.

  • Date : 26/09/2011 to 28/09/2011
  • Place : Hotel Le Meridien - 28 Sankey Road, P.B. No.174, Bangalore 560052
  • Guest(s) : Michel Cosnard, Hélène Kirchner, Frédéric Cazals, Hussein Yahia,
  • Organiser(s) : Professeur C.E. Veni Madhavan (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore), M. Thierry Louvet (Pôle System@tic, Paris)

The Indo-French Center for the Promotion of Advanced Research (IFCPAR) is a bilateral instrument of cooperation in science and technology between India and France.  It is supported by the Department of Science and Technology in India and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in France. The Indo-French Centre hosts a programme of collaborative research in thrust areas of science and technology between scientists in France and scientists in India. Since its creation in 1987, IFCPAR has established a strong foundation for bilateral cooperation in science and technology.

The Indo-French Centre is exploring the possibility of connecting the Bangalore IT Sector to the System@tic Cluster in Paris for development of collaborative projects between the two clusters

Inria is actively participating in the meeting. Michel Cosnard, Inria CEO, and Hélène Kirchner, head of the Department of International Relations will take this opportunity to present the institute to the ICT community in Bangalore.
Two Inria senior researchers will make scientific presentations: Frédéric Cazals (ABS Team) on  “Geometric and Topological Modelling in Structural Biology and Biophysics”, and Hussein Yahia (Geostat team) on "Multiscale methods in the analysis of heartbeat data. Application to Atrial Fibrilation” and “Non-linear signal processing for Earth Observation. A case study for a physical approach to complex signals”.

Keywords: Systèmes complexes Environnement Modélisation Santé