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Compas’2015, the conference on parallel computing, architecture and systems organised by the CRIStAL laboratory will take place from 30 June to 3 July, in Lille. Inria is partnering the event, in association with Polytech’Lille and Université de Lille 1. Romain Rouvoy, a researcher in the Spirals project team based at Inria Lille – Nord Europe is chairing the organisation committee for the event.
Place : Polytech’Lille, campus Université de Lille 1
Laurence Duchien, member of Spirals project-team* of Inria Lille – Nord Europe research center, has been elected for 2 ans to the Executive Committee of the Technical Council on Software Engineering (TCSE) of the IEEE. This mayor authority is internationally in the community of software engineering.
Spoon, a product that the Spirals project team has been developing for more than ten years, has won an award at the OW2con'17 conference.
Prize - ICIOT 2017
Philippe Merle and Christophe Gourdin, members of Inria Spirals project-team and Nathalie Mitton, head of Fun project-team, received the IEE ICIOT 2017 best paper award for their joint publication"Mobile Cloud Robotics as a Service with OCCIware".
GDR GPL awarded Maria Gomez by giving her an Honorable mention for her thesis performed in Spirals project-team of Inria Lille - Nord Europe center*.
Like Terminator, Repairnator is a robot equipped with an artificial intelligence. The most recent creation of the Spirals* project team, it has been developed within the framework of the technology development initiative ADT LibRepair won in 2016 by post-doctoral researcher Simon Urli. Repairnator is the first repair bot capable of automatically repairing computer bugs on a large scale. In short, effective and autonomous software that saves other software programs from code errors – and an open source solution available to all developers.
The Makitoo start-up offers developers a solution to eliminate bugs from their applications or software. Behind this promising company are two engineers and a researcher, who have succeeded in transforming a research project into an innovative product.
L'Oréal - UNESCO Awards
Each year, the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science program awards grants of €15,000 to female doctoral researchers and €20,000 to female post-doctoral researchers for their research work. This year, 30 female laureates were rewarded among 900 candidates and Stéphanie Challita is one of them. She completed her thesis in the Spirals* project team at the Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center.
The 39th IEEE Security & Privacy International Symposium will be held in San Francisco from May 21‑23, 2018. A scientific article co-written by three members of the Spirals project team was accepted and will be presented by Antoine Vastel, PhD student and co-author of the paper.