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Open Source Innovation Spring 2017

11/05/2017 to 26/06/2017

The Open Source Innovation Spring (OSIS) is the event for scientific and technological excellence in the field of free and open source software. Set up by GTLL (Systematic’s thematic group on free and open source software) and Irill (Research and Innovation on Free Software), OSIS aims to showcase the international reach of projects developed thanks to French research and innovation. This year, the event takes place from Thursday 11 May to Monday 26 June 2017.


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Thesis prize

Improving referencing and chronotherapy with the same tool?

Laure Guion - 30/09/2013

Olivier Fercoq was awarded one of the two thesis prizes from the Programme Gaspard Monge pour l'optimisation et la recherche opérationnelle (PGMO - Gaspard Monge Program for optimisation and operational research) for a topic that combines two very different applications: web referencing and chronotherapy. He will receive his prize on 3 October 2013 at the PGMO Days.


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A smart walking frame for rebuilding confidence at home

Laure Guion - 2/05/2013

Problems with falling are the leading cause of hospitalization among seniors. After returning home, the elderly often limit their movements, lacking enough confidence in themselves to resume normal activities. The European MOBOT project is aimed at assisting them once back home by offering a smart walking frame that adapts to their behaviour. Iasonas Kokkinos from the Galen team is contributing his expertise in image analysis for interpreting real-time videos as part of this project.


Home > Centre > Saclay > News > Un déambulateur intelligent, pour un retour à la maison en confiance


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Sustainable development

Sustainable development as a by-product

Laure Guion - 21/03/2013

The chosen topic for the second Semaine des mathématiques (Maths Week) , 18th - 24th March 2013, is "Mathematics for planet Earth".
Certain mathematics and digital sciences projects are focussing on the key challenge of sustainable development. However, this concern with respect for our planet may also have a shared effect, without being the stated aim, as illustrated by a number of examples.


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Sustainable development

Optimising energy for the future

Laure Guion - 18/03/2013

The chosen topic for the second Semaine des mathématiques (Maths Week) , 18th - 24th March 2013, is "Mathematics for planet Earth". This provides us with the perfect opportunity to promote research projects focussing on this subject.
Interview with Olivier Teytaud, from the Tao project team, which is embarking on the POST project with the aim of creating a software platform enabling investment in the electrical system to be optimised on a continental scale.


Home > Centre > Saclay > News > Optimiser l’énergie pour l’avenir


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Cloud computing for research in neuroimaging


The Parietal team is taking part in the Azure Brain project, in collaboration with Microsoft and the joint Inria-Microsoft Research research laboratory, to analyse large masses of neuroimaging data through cloud computing. Bertrand Thirion, the team's leader, explains the potential benefits of this innovative project.


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Careers at Inria - Interview

Andrea rau, post-doctoral researcher

Françoise Monfort, technoscope - 19/01/2011

Originally from America, Andrea Rau has managed to combine her passions for French and applied statistics by doing a post-doctoral research visit in Inria’s SELECT research team. From North Dakota to the Inria Saclay - Ile-de-France research centre, she spoke to us about her background, her motivation and her career prospects.


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Scientifique culture

Small robots capable of big things


The five-year SYMBRION project (Symbiotic Evolutionary Robot Organisms) has just passed the halfway mark. Twelve European partners are involved in this collaborative robotics project.


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Brain Awareness Week

Gaël Varoquaux: from quantum physics to brain imaging

Lise Loumé - 10/03/2014

Gaël Varoquaux, a brain image analysis researcher on the Parietal team, takes a look back at his career path and scientific studies for Brain Awareness Week, which will take place 10-16 March 2014.


Home > Centre > Saclay > News > Gaël Varoquaux : de la physique quantique à l’imagerie cérébrale


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Portrait of engineer

Daphné Giorgi: "Inria focuses on training"

Martin Bellet - 5/03/2014

Daphné Giorgi, an Inria engineer with a background in finance, is now assisting researchers from the Commands team. She regularly attends training sessions to further hone her expertise.


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