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Awards

A paper that has stood the test of time

6/06/2018

In April 2018, Julia Lawall and Gilles Muller (Whisper project team) won a prize at the EuroSys conference for a paper written… ten years ago. Let’s explain.

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Prix et distinction

Cezara Dragoi, ANR Young Researchers (JCJC) laureate

18/05/2018

The JCJC instrument allows project leaders to develop, independently, work on a specific theme. It promotes responsibility and the capacity for scientific innovation.

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European Research Council 2017

François Baccelli, winner of an ERC Advanced Grant

19/04/2018

The European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grants are awarded each year to senior scientists to reward the excellence of their research work and to enable them to carry out an exploratory project over five years.

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Google Fellowship 2018

Antoine Miech of Willow project team awarded 2018 Google Fellowship

6/04/2018

Antoine Miech of the Willow project team has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Google Fellowship in the field of “Machine Perception, Speech Technology and Computer Vision”.

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Nomination

Éric Fleury, appointed director of the Inria Paris center

2/04/2018

Éric Fleury is taking up the position of head of the Inria Paris research centre as of 1 April 2018. Appointed by François Sillion, Inria's acting CEO, he succeeds Isabelle Ryl who is joining the institute's directorate-general as Deputy CEO for Transfer and Industrial Partnerships.

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Research

An intelligent technology to measure animal noise exposure at the Helsinki Zoo

19/03/2018

What kind of impact does the city noise have on tigers and other zoo occupants? Helsinki Zoo and Forum Virium Helsinki, the innovation unit of the City of Helsinki, are using smart technology to study the noise experienced by animals and its impacts in collaboration with Inria, the French national research institute on digital sciences and technologies and Ambiciti, a global environmental data service startup company.

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Scientific culture

Scientific culture: Inria is at the Palais de la Découverte with an area dedicated to digital technology

27/02/2018

On 13 March, the Palais de la Découverte will open its new permanent exhibition on computer science and the digital sciences.Organised in partnership with Inria, it offers a panoramic view of these disciplines. Vincent Blech, museographer for Universcience, and Laurent Viennot, research director at the Inria centre in Paris and scientific curator, tell us how the project came together.

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Start-up

Revolutionary AI music startup Antescofo is finalist in the SXSW Accelerator Pitch Event

A.A. (*) - 6/02/2018

Barely four months after the introduction of Metronaut, its first mobile application, Antescofo, a startup spun off from Inria’s Paris research centre, is one of the five finalists in the Entertainment and Content Technologies category of SXSW’s Accelerator Pitch Event. What is Metronaut’s goal? Making artificial intelligence available to musicians so they never have to play alone.

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Start-up

Deepomatic, a start-up from Inria Paris, joins the Microsoft AI Factory program

A.A. (*) - 5/02/2018

The start-up Deepomatic, which develops a visual recognition solution, is joining the AI Factory programme - as revealed on Tuesday by Microsoft France during the presentation of its 2018 roadmap. The role of Microsoft AI Factory is to stimulate the emergence of French champions of artificial intelligence.

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‘Semaine du Son’

Launch of the Tohu-Bahut experiment: the app that wants to raise student awareness about noise

Aline Brillu - 21/01/2018

An environment that is too noisy can be a source of stress for students.Tohu-Bahuthas set itself the goal of raising awareness among secondary school and sixth-form students with regard to noise pollution. This mobile application enables students to measure noise in the different areas of their school.Tohu-Bahut will be tested for the first time at the Semaine du Son (Week of Sound). This project, which originated during a hackathon, has been implemented thanks to the partnership between Réseau Canopé, Inria, the start-up Ambiciti and with the support of the GMF.

Here they tell us about their involvement

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