Two researchers, Pierrick Gaudry and Eric Schost, have just put the finishing touches to a new, faster, more reliable cryptosystem. Called Surf 1271, it is based on the use of hyper-elliptical curves and seems particularly well-suited to embedded systems.
Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, pollution and congested roads are the scourge of our cities. To tackle these problems, Inria research laboratories have developed the CyCab, a small autonomous car packed with a multitude of the latest cutting-edge technological solutions. Among its many talents, the CyCab boasts the ability to avoid obstacles placed in its path.
The goal of Pl@ntNet is to share the world’s botanical knowledge over the Web. This is an original and ambitious project in which Inria is involved through the IKONA search engine developed by the IMEDIA team.
Transfer - Partnership
On the occasion of the Colibri conference, Inria signs an agreement with the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sol (UFRGS) to include its Information Technology Institute within Grid’5000. A fresh direction which will enable users of this experimental platform to explore new avenues in IT research related to the issues of networked computation.
- Diet software
- Computation grids
- Computer platform
- Grid'5000 network
- University of Rio Grande do Sol (UFRGS)
- Colibri conference
On 24th June 2009, UNESCO hosted the “Faites de la science” (“Do Science”) competition at its Paris headquarters. For a day, middle and high school students presented a scientific experiment to a jury made up of researchers, professors, teachers, and science enthusiasts. As a partner in the competition, the Inria (the French national institute for research in computer science and control) was in attendance, particularly through the presence of one of its researchers, Thierry Vieville, jury member for a day.
The European Association of Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS) will present Gérard Huet with the 2009 Award on 9 July in Rhodes. This award comes in recognition of a long career dedicated to computer science punctuated with numerous breakthroughs.
Events – "Mathematical Games and Culture" Show
The 10th Mathematical Games and Culture Show, held in Place Saint Sulpice in the heart of Paris, has just come to an end. For four days, young visitors learned more about maths while enjoying themselves. Astronomy was the star of this year's show. To mark the event, Inria presented a star charting program that thrilled all the Little Princes.
Cycles "les défis scientifiques du 21e siècle"
On Tuesday, 10 March, Joseph Sifakis, winner of the 2007 Turing Prize, research director at CNRS and holder of the Schneider-Inria-Digiteo industrial chair, will give a lecture at the Academy of Science on the topic of embedded systems – new challenges in computer science, which Inria has made one of its priorities.
Inria Research Centers
- Moving towards a simple and secure multilingual voice interaction system
- SPARTA: a consortium for strengthening cybersecurity research, innovation and training in Europe
- Inria and MITACS renew their agreement in favour of scientific mobility
- Calls for SST and Inria projects in AI mobility and event organisation
- Laura Grigori (Alpines) winner of an ERC Synergy grant
- Anne Canteaut nominated Honorary Doctor at the University of Bergen, Norway.
- PDF Studio Viewer, the new software that facilitates PDF reading
- The EIC Accelerator 2019 celebrates Kayrros, an Inria startup.
- Marielle Simon, ANR Young Researchers (JCJC) laureate
- IEEE Communication Theory Workshop : a prize for Eva Team