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Bernard Tourancheau : Towards a world of interconnected objects

Françoise Breton - Technoscope - 16/01/2011

Internet of the future: interconnected smart objects. This is the subject of the IN'Tech seminar, which will take place on 20 January 2011 in Grenoble. Bernard Tourancheau, professor at Université de Lyon 1 and member of the SWING team, is organising this event, which will bring together regional players in a highly promising field.

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Mobile video. Hi-res digitally generated image. © Cybrain #23311646 © Cybrain

Rencontres Inria Industrie

New mobile services

Rose-Marie Cornus - 13/01/2011

Inria invites industry and innovative SMEs to be first in line to discover its latest research work relating to new mobile services, during the Inria-Industry Meeting being held on 21 January at Sophia Antipolis.

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Supercalculateur

High-performance computing

Inria and Bull extend their partnership in high-performance computing

Marie Gallas - 13/01/2011

Inria and Bull extend their partnership in high-performance computing

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Bernhard Grill faisant

Signal – Telephone - Videoconferencing

HD sound for telecoms

C. Bachelet - 12/01/2011

Improve sound quality in videoconferences and on the telephone: such is the new challenge set by German national Bernhard Grill, co-inventor of the MP3 format and director of the audio department at the Fraunhofer Institute for integrated circuits. The problem is far from straightforward, as he explained during the multimedia signal conference (MMSP), organised by Inria, at Saint-Malo, in October 2010.

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2011 INRIA

Season's Greetings

Inria wishes you a Happy Science-filled New Year!

29/12/2010

Happy New Year from Inria. For you, our researchers invent digital technologies of tomorrow.

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Magique-3D

3D Simulation

Mapping seismic risk

Damien Dechambre - 7/12/2010

How can populations be protected in the event of an earthquake? The answer is by identifying the areas at risk by mapping the subsoil. This is one of the fields of application of the work of Inria’s Magique-3D project-team, a joint team with the applied mathematics laboratory of the University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour. The aim of this team is to better understand geophysical phenomena using 3D simulation methods. Magique-3D is the fruit of a successful collaboration between industry (Total) and public research entities (Inria, CNRS).

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André Seznec © INRIA / Photo G. Favier - Agence Vu

European Research Council 2010

André Seznec: defying the laws of computing

Gérard Paget - 3/12/2010

Since 1983, André Seznec has focused his research on the architecture of computers. With his Inria - Université de Rennes 1 joint team, this recognised researcher works on enhancing performance and making parallel architectures more accessible. He recently received the ERC European grant in the "advanced grant" category. Interview with the scientist.

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Jean Ponce Chapo

European Research Council 2010

Jean Ponce: from photo to video

Cécile Michaut - 30/11/2010

A renowned specialist in shape recognition in photos, Jean Ponce, professor at France's École Normale Supérieure, moved into the field of video a few years ago. To support his work he recently received an ERC advanced grant. His goal is to automatically analyse and process films no matter what sequences or camera movements they contain, in order to archive, modify or restore them. This work is of particular interest to video effects designers.

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Véronique Cortier

European Research Council 2010

Véronique Cortier: securing protocols

Olivia Brenner - 25/11/2010

In September 2010, Véronique Cortier, a Senior Research Scientist at the French National Centre for Scientific Research and a member of the CASSIS IPT at Inria Nancy - Grand-Est, has obtained an ERC grant for her project on securing communication protocols and altering them to make them reliable. We went to meet this researcher.

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Karthik Bhargavan

European Research Council 2010

Karthik Bhargavan: proving the safety of web applications

Cécile Michaut - Technoscope - 23/11/2010

The medical saying "prevention is better than cure" also applies to computers. Karthik Bhargavan, a young researcher from the MOSCOVA team, recently received an ERC grant to continue his work on ensuring the safety of services such as personal and sensitive data management. This work is both theoretical and highly applied, and is carried out at the Inria and Microsoft Research joint laboratory. We went to meet this researcher.

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