News

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Published: 17 Sep 2018

Michel Raynal, author among the world's leading researchers in distributed computing, has just published a new book "Fault-Tolerant Message-Passing Distributed Systems: An Algorithmic Approach".

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Published: 17 Sep 2018

Congratulations to Clement Elbaz PhD student in the Myriads research team

Published: 10 Sep 2018

C’est avec une très grande tristesse que nous avons appris le décès d’Oded Maler, survenu ce 3 septembre 2018.
 

Seminars/Workshops

Date Title Speaker Place Department
21 Sep 2018 Temporal Answer Set Programming on Finite Traces Torsten Schaub Salle Minquiers (B025) D7
08 Oct 2018 Nonholonomic systems: from mobile robots to the rolling man Jean-Paul Laumond Amphithéâtre
08 Oct 2018 Séminaire de Jean-Paul Laumond (LAAS-CNRS Toulouse) le 8 octobre à 11h00 - Amphi Jean-Paul Laumond AMPHI

IRISA at the heart of the ICTS

 

IRISA (Institut de recherche en informatique et systèmes aléatoires), founded in 1975, is a joint research centre for Informatics, including Robotics and Image and Signal Processing. On these themes, Irisa is positioned as the premier research laboratory in Brittany with campuses in Rennes (35), Vannes (56), Lannion (22), and Brest (29).

750 people, 40 teams, 7 departments (Large Scale Systems/Networks, telecommunications and services/Language and Software Engineering/Digital signals and imaging, robotics/Media and communications/Data and knowledge management) explore the world of digital sciences to find applications in healthcare, ecology-environment, cyber-security, transportation, multimedia, and
industry...

With 8 trustees (CentraleSupélec, CNRSENS RennesInriaINSA RennesInstitut Mines-TélécomUniversity of Southern Brittany (UBS), University of Rennes 1), IRISA forms a research cluster of excellence in the domain of Digital Sciences, with scientific priorities that include bioinformatics, software and system security, new software architectures (from IoT to Manycores and Cloud computing), and virtual reality.

 

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