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How effective are search engines?

Testing for search engine bias: why and how?
AC Orgerie

Anne-Cécile Orgerie was awarded a CNRS medal on Thursday 14 October

Among the five scientists from Rennes who were awarded the 2020 CNRS medals on Thursday 14 October, congratulations to Anne-Cécile Orgerie, CNRS research fellow, member of the Myriads team and head of the transverse energy axis specialising in the energy efficiency of distributed systems. © Jean-Claude MOSCHETTI / IRISA / CNRS Photothèque

Once again this year, IRISA is taking part in the Fête de la science in Rennes

Let's meet from 03-10 October
Sciences en cour[t]s

Our PhD students participe in Sciences en cour[t]s,

Sciences en cour[t]s, the festival of short films on science popularisation, Friday 1st October at the Diapason!
Les décodeuses du numérique

Discover the comic book "Les décodeuses du numérique"

Awards & nominations

Best Research Paper Award at ACM International Systems and Software Product Line Conference 2021

Congratulations to Mathieu Acher, Jean-Marc Jezequel, Juliana Alves Pereira, Hugo Martin
In the press
TheConversation vignette

Fog computing is the future of the cloud - only more frugal and efficient

The research of Guillaume Pierre, professor at the University of Rennes1 and head of the Myriads research team, in The Conversation (article in french only)
JSM logo on visual background colored sound waves. Theme Journey to the center of sound

Journée Science et Musique: Sat. October 9, 2021

Dear colleagues, the JSM invites you to take a trip to the center of sound on Saturday, October 9 at the Diapason (Campus de Beaulieu) in Rennes