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Inria Awards 2018

The 2018 Inria Awards winners have been announced

14/12/2018

Lets's discover the men and women who contribute to innovative computer science and mathematics and drive the development of our digital world. The Inria Awards also underline the contributions of research and innovation support teams who play a significant part in the efficiency and successes of Inria. The 2018 winners are honoured on December 18, 2018 at a ceremony dedicated to them at the Collège de France.

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Retrospective

Discover the highlights of the year

14/12/2018

News about digital sciences were rich this year. Once again, our researchers have worked to meet the scientific, industrial and societal challenges by increasing the impact of their research: artificial intelligence, interdisciplinary, partnerships with large groups and SMEs, researcher awards, software development, start-up creation... (Re)discover the highlights of the year.

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Biomedicine & Digital

Distinguishing resistence from resilience to prolong antibiotic potency

Université de Duke, Inria, Institut Pasteur - 12/12/2018

Biomedical engineers at Duke University, in collaboration with Inria and the Institut Pasteur (Paris), have shown experimentally that there is more than one flavor of antibiotic resistance and that it could -- and should -- be taken advantage of to keep first-line antibiotics in our medical arsenal.

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Sencrop

Connected agriculture

Connected agriculture, even where there is no network

11/12/2018

Creating sensor networks that can provide farmers with complete, real-time and cost-effective information on weather conditions in their fields, even in areas without the Internet of Things, is the aim of the thesis Brandon Foubert has just started at the Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center in collaboration with Sencrop.

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Open Source

Inria committed to open science and free software at POSS 2018

Juliette Fabris, Morgane Hamon - 5/12/2018

This year, Inria will again be a partner of the Paris Open Source Summit , the biggest event in Europe for open source, free software, and open digital technology. With our involvement and commitment to free software and open science, the institute considers open source to be an important vehicle for transferring scientific research to the socio-economic world, but also an essential support tool for access to training and open science.

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Bertrand Braunschweig © Inria / Photo G. Scagnelli

Nomination

Bertrand Braunschweig, coordinator Inria of the AI national programme

30/11/2018

As part of the AI for Humanity Plan, Inria was commissioned to coordinate the research component of the national AI program. Bruno Sportisse has just appointed Bertrand Braunschweig as director of this mission.

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Blockchain

The launch of the BART research collective website

Magalie Quet - 30/11/2018

The first scheme of its kind in France, the BART (Blockchain Advanced Research & Technologies) research collective, which brings together the Inria institute, the Télécom ParisTech and Télécom SudParis engineering schools and the SystemX technological research institute, has just launched its own website!

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AI Strategy

Inria coordinator of the research side of the AI for Humanity Plan

29/11/2018

To make France a global leader in artificial intelligence, while reconciling ‘performance and humanity’: that was the ambitious goal set by the French President in March. The AI for Humanity strategy, developed on the basis of the report prepared by French Deputy Cédric Villani, relies extensively on research and innovation to spearhead the development of AI.  Inria will be coordinator of the research side of the plan.

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Collaboration

A research project around Ubisoft

28/11/2018

Established in Bordeaux since September 2017, Ubisoft wishes to develop its offering by collaborating with academic stakeholders in the region. Supported by the Nouvelle-Aquitaine regional authority, Ubisoft has just signed a four-year research project, called "projet KIWI", with the Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest research centre, CATIE (Aquitaine Centre for Information and Electronic Technologies), the Angoulême office of CNAM-Cedric (Centre for Study and Research in Computer Science) and the LaBRI (Bordeaux Computer Science Research Laboratory). The aim of this collaboration is to address technological challenges in a group of areas linked to the automation of interactive simulations that evolve in real time and the analysis of the players and their behaviour.

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Représentation d'un maillage 3D 3D mesh adapted for capturing the cone of noise produced by an aircraft - © Inria

Partneship

Inria rewarded for its collaboration with Lemma at the 8th edition of the FIEEC Prize for Applied Research

28/11/2018

In each of the past 8 years, the Fédération des Industries Électriques, Électroniques et de Communication (FIEEC) [The Federation of Electrical, Electronic and Communication Industries] has awarded a prize for applied research. The goal of this prize is to promote successful collaborations between industry and public research while demonstrating both their economic effectiveness and their potential for innovation. This year, the 2nd prize was awarded to Adrien Loseille (from Gamma3) for his work in adaptive meshing in collaboration with Charles Leca, CEO of Lemma.

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