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The India-France Technology Summit to be held in New Delhi on October 23 and 24 is an opportunity for Inria to intensify contacts and opportunities of collaboration with India. The Institute will participate under different modes: demonstration of technologies, organization and participation in round tables, presentation of work and activities on its booth.
- Simulating surgical procedures
- Open source
- Image processing
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)
Under the patronage of the French Academy of Sciences, the SIF, the SMAI and INRIA are holding an afternoon of scientific discovery based on the work of researchers awarded prizes in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics in 2014.
Place : Collège de France, amphithéâtre Budé,11 place Marcelin-Berthelot, 75005 Paris
"An ethical aim should be a priority : Never on the patient for thefirst time".
This sentence is extracted from a January 2012 report of the French National Authority for Health focused on the current medical staff training stakes. However, real time simulation of a full surgical operation remains a challenge with still many scientific issues to overcome.
As part of the Passport european project, we've developped a software that implements a virtual patient simulation. An haptic interface with force feedback allows real time interactions improved by the actual perception of contacts with the simulated organs.
Cardiac electrophysiology is a complex science that studies the organization of cardiac electrical phenomena from the molecular scale up to the scale of the body. Mathematical modeling and numerical simulations are used to built experimental tools that guide our understanding of cardiac electrical dysfunction. We will show some simulations that have an impact on medical science.
The MyCF software eases the creation of 3D anatomical models for visualization and mechanical simulation. As input, the user provides a list of anatomical entities or functions to simulate, using keywords or navigating in reference 3D model. As output, she gets a 3D model ready to visualize, or to simulate using the SOFA open-sourcesimulation library. The model can be based on a reference geometry, or on the assembly of patient-specific models provided by the user.
Presentation of SAMSON (Software for Adaptive Modeling and Simulation Of Nanosystems). SAMSON is a software platform for modeling and simulating nanosystems, either natural or artificial. SAMSON integrates algorithms developed by the NANO-D team at INRIA and its collaborators. The specificity of SAMSON consists in the integration of simulation methods during the modeling phase: adaptive, interactive simulation algorithms provide immediate feedback on the impact of modeling choices.
minaire des équipes de recherche
A Colloquium in honor of Jean Roberts and Jérôme Jaffré. This 2-day conference will celebrate the career of Jean Roberts and Jérôme Jaffré in the field of modeling and simulation of flow and transport in porous media. Invited talks by leading researchers will highlight some of their contributions, as well as shed light on their careers at Inria.
Place : Paris - Rocquencourt; Bâtiment 1, Amphi J.L.Lions
Place : Inria Rocquencourt, bâtiment 1, amphi J-L. Lions
Guest(s) : Adrien Loseille (Gamma3)
VRIPHYS is one of the well-established international conferences in the field of computer animation and virtual reality. The workshop provides an opportunity for researches in virtual reality and computer animation to present and discuss their latest results and to share ideas for potential directions of future research.
Place : 50 avenue Halley, 59650 Villeneuve d'Ascq