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Portrait Dominique Lavenier, CNRS - IRISA

Genomic computing on "Processing-in-Memory" architectures

Dominique LAVENIER, CNRS research director at IRISA, explains the basis of this European project focused on the rapid in situ exploitation of genomic data. Read the INS2I article Read the INS2I article (in French)

Awards & nominations

Louis Couturat National Logic Prize

Congratulations to Guillaume Aucher (Associate Professor Université de Rennes 1) who was awarded the Louis Couturat National Logic Prize 2021 for his paper "On the Universality of Atomic and Molecular Logics via Protologics". His paper will be published in the journal Logica Universalis. Guillaume Aucher will participate in the next UNILOG conference to be held in Crete in April 2022. During this [..]

Voeux IRISA 2022. Bretagne colorée de visages des membre de l'IRISA avec géolocalisation des sites de Rennes, Lannion et Vannes

All the members of IRISA wish you a vitamin-rich and joyful year 2022!

Awards & nominations
Visuel du site web de IEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology

Congratulations to François Torregrossa, who received the Best Student Paper Award

Congratulations to François Torregrossa, PhD student in the LinkMedia research team, who received the Best Student Paper Award at the WI-IAT 2021* conference for his work entitled "Unsupervised Tree Extraction in Embedding Spaces for Taxonomy Induction". François Torregrossa completed his thesis in collaboration with SoLocal, within the LinkMedia research team. *The 2021 IEEE/WIC/ACM International [..]

Écran d'imagerie médicale en milieu hospitalier

Multiple sclerosis: IRISA joined the "ARSEP Open Day

Multiple sclerosis : IRISA took part in the "ARSEP Open Day" to present advances in medical imaging research On Friday 26 November 2021, ARSEP, the Foundation for the Support of Research into Multiple Sclerosis (Aide à la Recherche sur la Sclérose En Plaques), organised an "Open Day" in several cities in France, including Rennes. The aim of this day was to present research in medical imaging and [..]

In the press

From "Game of Thrones" to "Black Panther", Golaem studio's digital mobs take over the screen

From "Game of Thrones" to "Black Panther," Golaem studio's digital mobs are crushing the screen The start-up Goalem created in 2009, has just won its second technical Emmy Award in October 2021. Initiated by research conducted on the modeling of human movements and behaviors (within the IRISA laboratory), the Rennes-based company Golaem - carried by six specialists in crowd modeling - is filling [..]

FogGuru project's team in front of the Mont-Saint-Michel

The next generation of Fog Computing experts in Europe has been trained!

Eight international researchers have completed the European Industrial Doctorate programme FogGuru, pioneering the next generation of Fog Computing experts in Europe. Fog Computing is emerging as a new paradigm for powering novel applications and services through the provisioning of a distributed computing infrastructure able to process data closer to users. Fog Computing is a natural evolution of [..]