Results of call for proposal
At least three projects involving the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France centre selected by the DATAIA Institute
As part of its 2018 call for projects, the DATAIA Convergence Institute has selected GDP-ERE and MissingBigData, two projects led respectively by the Petrus and Parietal teams from the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France centre, in collaboration with the university of Versailles Saint-Quentin in the Yvelines department and the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research). The Vadore project, led by the members of the Inria team TAU for the CNRS and the graduate school ENSAE, has also been chosen, whilst the Aviz team's HistorIA project with Télécom ParisTech is on the point of selection subject to funding.
This year, the fiftieth edition of the Statistics Days is being held from Monday 28 May to Friday 1 June.The EDF Lab Paris-Saclay will host nearly 450 French and international scientists, present 16 lectures and 63 parallel sessions (including 18 special sessions), clocking up nearly 100 hours of statistics in five days!This year's edition, under the scientific leadership of Francis Bach, researcher in the Sierra team at Inria's Paris centre, is organised by Christian Derquenne, senior researcher at EDF R&D, and Pascal Massart, professor at the Université Paris-Sud.They tell us more about this event, dedicated entirely to statistics.
As part of La Science se Livre, an event aimed at promoting scientific culture, the Hauts-de-Seine department has given an award to two Inria researchers, Gilles Dowek and Serge Abiteboul, from the Deducteam (Saclay - Île-de-France Centre) and Valda (Paris centre) teams respectively, for their book entitled Le Temps des algorithmes .
Among the 18 new people elected to the French Académie des sciences are Éric Moulines, professor at École polytechnique and member of the XPOP project team, and Benoît Perthame, professor at UPMC (Pierre and Marie Curie University) and member of the MAMBA project team.
Birth of the DATAIA Institute
The DATAIA Institute: At the crossroads between digital technology and the human and social sciences
Designated a Convergence Institute within the framework of the Investments for the Future 3 programme (PIA), the DATAIA Institute brings together - on the Saclay plateau in the Paris area - multidisciplinary research skills in the data sciences and artificial intelligence to serve the human and social sciences.
Biology and computer science
Researchers from the Institut Pasteur and Inria, in collaboration with the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research), Paris Diderot University and the Institute of Science and Technology (IST) Austria, have published two articles in Nature Communications on the control by computer of cell processes; scientific advances made possible by the alliance between two disciplines that are today complementary - biology and the computer science.
Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
For Nozha Boujemaa, these technologies are at the crossroads between the digital sciences and the human and social sciences
This year, the European Commissionand the BDVA (Big Data Value Association) are joining forces in order to organise the "European Big Data Value Forum" (EBDVF) which will take place at the Palais des Congrès in Versailles from 21 to 23 November 2017. Inria is a partner and co-organiser of this European event dedicated to Big Data. This first edition will bring together industry professionals, researchers and political decision-makers to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the European data economy and innovation through data in Europe.
Meeting with Nozha Boujemaa, research director and director of the Institut DATAIA (Data Sciences, Intelligence and Society Institute), to find out more about this event and the challenges and issues of Big Data and artificial intelligence technologies in France and in Europe.
- Nozha Boujemaa
- Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre
- Artificial intelligence
- Big data
Meeting with Wendy Mackay, head of the Ex-Situ project team. This specialist in HCI presents her new project team to us, the evolution of its lines of research and the ambitious subjects it is working on today.
- Wendy Mackay
- Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre
- Human-Computer Interaction
Cédric Villani has been tasked by the Prime Minister with examining France's strategy on artificial intelligence (AI) within Europe. He will submit his recommendations to the government in 2018. To bring this project to a successful conclusion, he is working with by Marc Schoenauer, research director and head of the TAU team at the Inria Saclay – Île-de-France research centre and one of the few French mathematicians recognised in this field. He is also president of AFIA, the French artificial intelligence association.
David Marcum has been rewarded for all of his work in the field of mesh generation by theIMR Fellow Award 2017.
Inria Research Centers
- François Baccelli, winner of an ERC Advanced Grant
- Meeting with ERC 2017 laureate George Drettakis
- Meeting with ERC 2017 laureate Xavier Pennec
- Helping Robots Gently Navigate Through Thick Crowds
- Demian Wassermann : code our current knowledge of the brain
- Holger Heumann et Blaise Faugeras named ITER scientist fellows 2018
- Honorable Mention ACM SIGMOD Jim Gray Dissertation Award for Luis Galarraga from Lacodam research team at the conference SIGMOD 2018
- Best student paper award for Etienne Miquey from Gallinette team for the conference LICS’2018
- The synthesis of artificial cellular microreactors on the front page of Molecular Systems Biology scientific journal
- A collaboration that has the wind in its sails