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International conference

Inria participes to SC13

18/11/2013 to 21/11/2013

Inria participates to Supercomputing 2013, the annual international meeting of all the scientific and industrial actors in High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis. 

Place : Denver,

Guest(s) : Marie Granier (SysFera), Lavanya Ramakrishnan (LBNL) , Serge Petiton and Mitsuhisa Sato (Japanese-­‐French FP3C project), Guido Juckeland (TU Dresden / ZIH), Jack Dongarra (University of Tennessee), Christine Morin (Inria), Yves Robert (ENS Lyon), Jeff Squyres (Cisco), Christophe Calvin (CEA/DEN/DANS/DM2S)


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Cities, IoT and Analytics

AppCivist: Towards better means for democratic assembly and collective action

MIMOVE research team (Inria Paris - Rocquencourt) with The Social Apps Lab (CITRIS at UC Berkeley) -

The AppCivist Project seeks to build a middleware platform for democratic assembly and collective action that lets users (and especially social activists) make their own applications, called Assemblies, with modular components.
The components support a wide range of civic engagement practices such as proposal making, deliberation, versioning, voting, alerting, networking, and mapping. When assembled, they help people engage issues and places in their city


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Designing IoT applications with time-sensitive data

Project team Mimove (Inria Paris) -

IoT applications dealing with time-sensitive data may include a number of diverse mobile data sources directly connected to different mobile data sinks by using a variety of protocols. 


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