Category: Research

Focus on a joint research project: BIGDATANET

  BIGDATANET (2013-2015) A hybrid P2P/cloud for big data Principal Investigators : Dr. Patrick Valduriez, Zenith project-team, Inria Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée Prof. Divyakant Agrawal, University of California Santa Barbara Research objectives: With the advent of the Internet and the World-wide-web, there is an emergent need to develop user applications that access data and resources stored …

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Save the date: Stamlins 2015: ICML Workshop on Statistics, Machine Learning and Neuroscience (July 10th, 2015)

The Stamlins 2015 workshop will take place in Lille (France) on July 10th, 2015. It is co-organized by Inria-CEA (Bertrand Thirion, Inria@SiliconValley joint team MetaMRI), Technical University of Denmark (Lars Kai Hansen) and Stanford University (Sanmi Koyejo) Visit the workshop website at: https://sites.google.com/site/stamlins2015/home In the last decade, machine learning has had a growing influence on …

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Interview: Hélène Kirchner tells us about BIS workshop

Hélène Kirchner, former Director of Inria International Relations, tells us about BIS workshop . Hélène, what is “BIS” workshop? « BIS» stands for Berkeley-Inria-Stanford, U.C. Berkeley and Stanford University being the first Californian universities with joint research projects with Inria when the Inria@SiliconValley program was launched in 2011 with CITRIS. Continuing the work with theese two …

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Inria@SiliconValley Post-Doc: Jessica Oakes presents her work

Jessica Oakes received her PhD from University of California San Diego in Mechanical Engineering.  She started collaborating with the CARDIO team during a three-month internship in 2011 and returned as a Whitaker Postdoctoral Scholar for a year in 2014.  Jessica is now continuing her work with the support of an  Inria@SiliconValley postdoctoral fellowship. Jessica’s research interests …

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Focus on a joint research project: AQUARIUS

AQUARIUS  (2011-2017) Numerical Methods for Uncertainty Quantification Applied to CFD Problem Principal Investigators : Dr. Pietro Marco Congedo, CARDAMOM project-team, Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest Prof. Gianluca Iaccarino, Stanford University. Research objectives: Aquarius deals with the development of uncertainty quantification methods and its application to Computational Fluid Dynamics problems. It involves the Inria team CARDAMOM (P.M. Congedo) and …

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Workshop: Neuroimaging meta-analysis methods – 21-22 April 2015, Saclay, France.

A workshop  organized as part of the BrainPedia ANR project, the HBP flagship project and the MetaMRI associate team. Neuroimaging produces huge amounts of complex data that are used to better understand the relations between brain structure and various cognitive functions. In the long term, the results of this field will be used to better …

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Focus on a Research Result: Learning from Neuroscience to Improve Internet Security

A research collaboration between Inria (Lead: Claude Castelluccia), Ruhr-University Bochum (Lead: Markus Duermuth), and University of California Berkeley (Lead: Fatma Imamoglu) that operates at the boundaries of Neuroscience and Internet Security with the goal of improving the security and usability of user authentication on the Internet. Most existing security systems are not user friendly and …

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Four new Associate Teams and two renewed Teams with Californian universities

 Inria is glad to announce the selection of 4 new Associate Teams with Californian universities (University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University) as part of the 2015 Inria Associated Team call. The four teams created in 2015 for 3 years. In addition, two teams that were created in 2012 (FASTLA and ORESTE) have been renewed for 3 …

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