Published: 15 Jul 2019

Amr El Abbadi from UCSB is visiting us until next Thursday. He will give a "tutorial-like" talk about the blockchain next Tuesday 16/07 3PM Aurigny room (D165 orange). Anyone welcome !

Published: 13 Jun 2019

Venez découvrir, ce week-end aux Champs Libres à Rennes, un atelier « archéologie et numérique » qui présentera l’apport des nouvelles technologies (3D, réalité virtuelle, etc.) à l’archéologie avec la participation de Ronan Gaugne et Valérie Gouranton.

Published: 13 Jun 2019

Olivier Ridoux (Enseignant chercheur Université de Rennes 1), interviendra à l'évènement 360 Possibles le 12 et le 14 juin prochain sur des questions sur les aspects de développement durable de l'informatique ...


Date Title Speaker Place Department
16 Jul 2019 Demystifying Blockchains: Decentralized and Fault-tolerant Storage for the Future of Big Data? Amr El Abbadi (Department of Computer Science, University of California, Santa Barbara) IRISA Rennes, Aurigny room (D165 orange) D7
12 Sep 2019 Learning with data streams and time series see below Telecom Paristech, Rue Barraud, Paris 15eme D6

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