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Hafiz Ahmed did his PhD among the Non-A project-team (associated with École Centrale of Lille, CNRS and University of Lille − sciences et technologies). His work has just been rewarded by the GdR MACS prizef or thesis.
A native of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, Hafiz Ahmed has been a student in France since his master’s degree. He is currently a PhD student in the Non-A project team (Non-Asymptotic estimation for online systems ) at the Inria Lille - Nord Europe Centre. This is a joint project team with Centrale Lille, the CNRS, and the Lille 1 University*). He is working on the development of models to study the behavior of oysters in marine ecosystems in the Arcachon Basin with the aim of identifying disturbances to their biological cycles that may be indicators of water-borne pollution.
Could software engineering find some inspiration in the way biological systems function? A multidisciplinary group of scientists spent three years exploring the concept in the context of Diversify, a European project led by Inria researcher Benoît Baudry. Their in silico experiments show that, just like biodiversity, software diversity is a huge plus when it comes to robustness and adaptability to changes.
Start & UP!
Winner of the international Innovation 2030 competition, the young biotechnology start-up inalve enjoyed a successful fundraising round, giving the company the opportunity to set up its industrial pilot, initially targeted at fish farming, in the south of France. In the medium term, inalve is aiming to supply the entire agribusiness sector with the use of sustainable, innovative agriculture in the field of animal feed.
Inria International Labs - America
Inria Chile is the first center of Inria outside France. Its mission is to conduct and articulate high-impact research and development in digital technologies in service of society with special emphasis in Chile and Latin America.
At a time when datacentres now account for more than 10% of worldwide energy requirements, the issue of software-related energy consumption is more relevant than ever. This is exactly the subject that Romain Rouvoy, a lecturer and researcher in the Spirals team, is working on.