On Tuesday 29 November 2022, the CNRS Talents 2022 ceremony was held to reward those who contribute to the influence and progress of research. Congratulations to Claudio Pacchierotti, a researcher in haptics at IRISA, who was awarded the CNRS Bronze Medal. Discover his portrait (in french only) © Jean-Claude MOSCHETTI / IRISA / CNRS Photothèque
Claudio Pacchierotti, awarded the CNRS bronze Medal 2022
Walter Rudametkin, membre junior de l'Institut universitaire de France
Congratulations to Walter Rudametkin who has been elected Junior Member of the Institut Universitaire de France. Walter Rudametkin is a professor at the Université de Rennes 1 (ESIR) since October 1st and conducts his research in the Diverse team. Specialised in the study and fight against Internet tracking, Walter Rudametkin has been running the Am I Unique website since 2014, which details our [..]
When virtual reality helps prepare Olympic teams #Olympic2024
Franck Multon, Professor at the Université de Rennes 2, Head of the MimeTIC team (a joint team of Inria and M2S) talks to us about the REVEA project, which will help athletes improve certain "sub-skills" such as speed and motor coordination. Article from Polytechnique insights Quand la réalité virtuelle muscle la performance des boxeurs ... Franck Multon, Professeur Université Rennes 2 [..]
How can applications be made more energy efficient?
Mobile applications seem to consume more and more energy. How can we reduce the energy consumption of applications? Scientists, including Anne-Cécile Orgerie, permanent research scientist at CNRS in the Myriads team, are researching and exploring solutions for tomorrow.
PEPR Cybersecurity unveils its first 7 targeted projects
Led by the CNRS, Inria and the CEA, the Priority Research Equipment Programme (PEPR) Cybersecurity, which aims to support the development of the sector, presents its first 7 projects... IRISA, with its research teams dedicated to cybersecurity and Gildas Avoine, professor at INSA Rennes and pilot for the CNRS of the PEPR Cybersecurity, is at the heart of this strategy to accelerate cybersecurity.
Contratulations to Maxime, who won the 3rd prize of the jury
Congratulations to Maxime Robic, Rainbow team, who won the 3rd prize of the jury of the Ma Thèse en 180 secondes competition on the subject of his thesis: "Visual servoing of a constellation of satellites"!
It's today at 6.30pm! Support Maxime!
They were 600, now they are only 16! Support Maxime Robic, doctoral student in the Rainbow team, tonight at 6:30 pm on site, or live on the Facebook page, the YouTube channel and on the competition website.
All with Maxime for the national final!
"Ma thèse en 180 secondes": Maxime Robic still in the running! Congratulations Maxime! The national final will take place on May 31 in Lyon To be continued ...