Voiron, not far from Grenoble, is where top athletes from France’s Olympic rock-climbing centre go to train. We met up with Lionel Reveret, an Inria researcher who provides these athletes with technical and scientific support.
Inria and the SME Touti Terre have been working together since 2015 to develop Toutilo, a multipurpose crop-straddling cobot. The aim? To bring digital and other new technologies into the world of market gardening. And to make the work less arduous whilst at the same time increasing productivity. Mission partially accomplished already, and the research continues so that Toutilo can help farmers carry out - and plan - their daily tasks.
Handling proteins, strands of DNA and carbon nanotubes at a nanometric level in order to create medications, materials or nanosystems ? This is now possible, thanks to the SAMSON platform developed by OneAngstrom, a young start-up with its foundations in ten years’ worth of Inria research. It already has more than 2,000 users in research centres and companies across the world.
An interview with Claude Castelluccia and Daniel Le Métayer (Inria - PRIVATICS) on the report that they recently presented to the European Parliament (at the request of the STOA - Science and Technology Options Assessment) on the risks and opportunities involved with decision support algorithms.
The work carried out by our two researchers is also set against the backdrop of the recent launch of the 3IA Institutes in France, and the desire on the part of the French government to strengthen initiatives within the “AI for humanity” programme.
The 10th edition of Futur.e.s will be held at the Mobilier National - Galeries des Gobelins from 13 to 14 June 2019. The first European festival of digital and sustainable innovation, Futur.e.s gives visitors the opportunity to explore different possible futures together and to give expression to digital plurality.
Cédric Lauradoux, an Inria researcher with the Privatics team, will be taking part in a round table entitled “Will there be a Cambridge Analytica for our health data ?”
The Inria CASH project team, jointly with the Claude Bernard University (Lyon 1), the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon and the CNRS, was created on June 1, 2019. Meeting with Matthieu Moy, head of this team.
VivaTech has become an unmissable date on the calendar for start-ups and innovation. The 4th edition of the event is set to be held from 16 to 18 May 2019 at Porte de Versailles in Paris.
The 2018 edition brought together more than 100,000 visitors and 9,000 start-ups. There will be 1,500 exhibitor start-ups at this year’s event, including some from Inria.
Here, we take a closer look at Anatascope and Iexec, two start-ups that began life within the Inria Grenoble Rhône-Alpes centre.
Inria is set to participate at SIDO 2019, which will be held in Lyon on 10th and 11th April. This will be the fifth edition of the event showcasing the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and robotics. Two teams from Inria Grenoble Rhône-Alpes will be making demonstrations involving ongoing projects.
Partnership launched between Empowered Startups France and Inria Grenoble Rhône-Alpes in the field of start-up incubators
With the goal of strengthening Inria’s commitment to promoting technology transfer in the interests of innovation, this partnership will make it easier for Inria researchers to link up with projects from internet start-ups supported by Empowered Startups France, an incubator that specialises in launching innovative, transnational start-ups.
Initially set up in January 2018, the Mosaic team works hand in hand with teams of biologists in an attempt to develop an understanding of the fundamental principles of the development of living organisms.
- Cordelia Schmid wins the 2016 Longuet-Higgins Prize
- Anatoscope and Pixyl en route to conquer the North American markets
- "Best paper" at UNet 2016 for air pollution monitoring
- Researchers in the Perception and Mistis teams received the 2016 Hojjat Adeli Award
- PhD positions : 2015 recruitment campaign under way
- Campaign "Research Positions": Inria is hiring 7 researchers
- Analysing the mechanisms of evolution: a symbiosis between Brazil and France
- Campaign "Research Positions": Inria is hiring ten researchers