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Lionel Reveret Lionel Reveret - Inria Scientific Days 2019 - © Inria / Photo G. Scagnelli

Sport

Sport, augmented reality and performance : interview with Lionel Reveret

F. Polge-Cohen - 18/09/2019

Voiron, not far from Grenoble, is where top athletes from France’s Olympic rock-climbing centre go to train. We met up with Lionel Reveret, an Inria researcher who provides these athletes with technical and scientific support.

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Start-up

Touti Terre and Inria : working to develop agricultural robotics

Mediathena – NLJ - 5/07/2019

Inria and the SME Touti Terre have been working together since 2015 to develop Toutilo, a multipurpose crop-straddling cobot. The aim? To bring digital and other new technologies into the world of market gardening. And to make the work less arduous whilst at the same time increasing productivity. Mission partially accomplished already, and the research continues so that Toutilo can help farmers carry out - and plan - their daily tasks.

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Start-up

OneAngstrom - democratising molecular modelling

Mediathena - BP - 5/07/2019

Handling proteins, strands of DNA and carbon nanotubes at a nanometric level in order to create medications, materials or nanosystems ? This is now possible, thanks to the SAMSON platform developed by OneAngstrom, a young start-up with its foundations in ten years’ worth of Inria research. It already has more than 2,000 users in research centres and companies across the world.

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Algorithms

Algorithmic decision making : opportunities and risks for society

SCM Grenoble - 25/06/2019

An interview with Claude Castelluccia and Daniel Le Métayer (Inria - PRIVATICS) on the report that they recently presented to the European Parliament (at the request of the STOA - Science and Technology Options Assessment) on the risks and opportunities involved with decision support algorithms.
The work carried out by our two researchers is also set against the backdrop of the recent launch of the 3IA Institutes in France, and the desire on the part of the French government to strengthen initiatives within the “AI for humanity” programme.

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Virtual reality

When augmented reality enters the world of fashion

Florence Polge-Cohen - 19/04/2018

For a period of two weeks, beginning on 12 April, the clothing brand Zara has been inviting people to discover the new items from its spring-summer 2018 Studio collection through an augmented reality experience.

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Connected cities

2067: “Every square centimetre will produce data”

8/10/2017

Hervé Rivano is head of the Agora team, at the Inria centre in Grenoble. His field of study: autonomous networks in an urban context. As the institute celebrates its 50 years, he gives us his vision of the future of this subject.

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Award

Maria Laura Delle Monache: a Franco-American journey in traffic flow control

17/07/2017

Researcher with the NeCS team, Maria Laura Delle Monache has just been awarded the "France-Berkeley Fund award for high-achieving younger researchers", along with Samitha Samaranayake (Cornell University, PhD UC Berkeley). The prestigious American university is thereby rewarding the researcher's commitment to forging links between France and the United States.

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Smart homes

Smart homes and innovation in social housing: social landlords meet the world of innovation

23/05/2017

On 23 May 2017, Absise, the Social Landlords Association of Isère, and Inria Grenoble Rhône-Alpes are holding a day of meetings between researchers, social landlords and start-ups on the topic of "Smart homes and innovation in social housing". The aim: to create new synergies between the worlds of research, innovation and social housing in order to develop the social housing of the future: connected, smart, energy-efficient and adapted to consumer needs.

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James Crowley James Crowley - © Inria / Photo J. Wallace

Internet Of Things

Connected objects that adapt to human behaviour

19/05/2017

For a few months now, James Crowley, Professor at Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP), has been in charge of the new Pervasive Interaction team that develops theories for systems and services made of assembled smart objects. In honour of Inria's 50th anniversary, he is studying the future of connected objects. 

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Médiation

Inauguration of "Espace LOGIN"

Myriam Andurand - 5/05/2017

The inauguration of Espace LOGIN at Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes took place on 2 and 3 May 2017. This area of discovery, demonstrations and exchanges on the digital sciences is now open for guided and individual visits, from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5.30 pm.

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