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Robots that adapt to damage in a few minutes

27/05/2015

Robots could help our society in many types of situation, for example searching for survivors after a natural disaster or alerting the fire services in the event of a forest fire. But they will always be confined to research laboratories until they are able to continue operating when damaged. Researchers from the Institute for Intelligent Systems and Robotics (CNRS/UPMC) and the Lorraine Laboratory of Research in Computer Science and its Applications (CNRS/Inria/University of Lorraine) are showing how robots can automatically adapt to damage in less than two minutes. Their results were published in the 28 May 2015 issue of Nature.

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Zombilingo, the zombie game that helps Computer Science research

Marie Blanchard - 17/03/2015

The members of the SÉMAGRAMME team at the Inria Nancy - Grand Est Research Centre are Computer Science researchers, one of whose main interests is the French language.

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European Research Council 2012

ERC Junior grantee Sylvain Lefebvre presents ShapeForge, a project with style

Isabelle Belin - 28/11/2012

Sylvain Lefebvre is one of four Inria candidates selected in the young researcher category for the 2012 ERC European call for projects. His project, named ShapeForge, will make it possible to produce, quite literally, everyday objects or pieces of furniture from given examples, taking inspiration from their style.

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Edwin Chacon Golcher a specialist engineer in computational plasma physics

Damien Dechambre - 26/07/2012

Edwin Chacon Golcher is a specialist engineer member of the Inria project-team Calvi, a joint Inria / University of Strasbourg research team. The project-team in which he belongs,  is devoted to the mathematical and numerical study as well as to the visualization of different problems arizing mostly from plasma physics and beam physics.

Born in Costa Rica, he migrated to the United States to become a scientist.  He achieved his goal. Learn more about his cursus and work. 

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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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Axel Hutt

European Research Council 2010

Axel Hutt: a physicist peeks inside the human brain

Cécile Michaut - Technoscope - 4/11/2010

This year,  eight ERC grant winners are leaders or members of Inria teams. In the "starting grants" category, Axel Hutt (Cortex, Nancy), Paola Goatin (Opale, Sophia Antipolis), Pierre Alliez (Geometrica, Sophia Antipolis), Kartikeyan Bhargavan (Moscova, Rocquencourt), Véronique Cortier (Cassis, Nancy) and Nikos Paragios (Galen, Saclay) have received funding to form research teams. In the "advanced grants" category, Jean Ponce (Willow, Rocquencourt) and André Seznec (Alf, Rennes) are among the lucky winners and have chosen Inria as their host research institution. At a time when candidates are already submitting proposals for 2011, the 2010 winners are reminded of the road they have covered so far. This week, we will look at the work of Axel Hutt.

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