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.
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Congratulations to Nicolas Markey, winner of the Test-of-time award at the LICS 2022 conference
Congratulations to Nicolas Markey, winner of the Test-of-time at the LICS 2022 conference Congratulations to Nicolas Markey, who won the Test-of-Time award at the Logic in Computer Science (LICS) conference, which was held for its 37th edition in Haifa, Israel, in early August. The LLICS — Logic in Computer Science conference is the most prestigious annual forum on theoretical and practical topics [..]
The first post-quantum cryptographic algorithms are known
Once operational, the quantum computer will sweep away all the principles on which cryptography is currently based. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) launched a call for papers in 2016 to find algorithms capable of withstanding it. Of the four post-quantum resistant cryptographic algorithms selected by the NIST, Falcon is one of them, a model co-developed by Thales, IBM [..]
Algorithms to prevent pollen allergies
Detecting pollen allergies in order to better prevent them and respond to a real public health problem is the result of the research work of a team of scientists (CNRS, Irmar and IRISA) to which Esso Ridah BLEZA - a doctoral student in the Expression research team at IRISA - contributed as part of his CIFRE* thesis carried out within the start-up company Lify Air For some people, the arrival of [..]
Outstanding Paper Award for Nicolas Bellec, PhD, PACAP team
Congratulations to Nicolas Bellec, PhD in PACAP research team, who received an Outstanding Paper Award at the international conference 34th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS 2022) at Modena (Italy). This prize awards the paper "RT-DFI: Optimizing Data-Flow Integrity for Real-Time Systems " and written with Guillaume Hiet (CIDRE team), Simon Rokicki (TARAN team), Frédéric Tronel [..]
2nd Fondation Rennes 1 Thesis Prize for Katharina BOUDGOUST
The Rennes 1 Foundation awarded its thesis prizes to 8 PhDs from the University of Rennes 1 on Monday 4 July Congratulations to Katharina BOUDGOUST who completed her thesis in the EMSEC (now CAPSULE) research team. Thesis Director: Pierre-Alain FOUQUE and Adeline ROUX-LANGLOIS The purpose of the Rennes 1 Foundation "Progress, Innovate, Undertake" is to bring the University of Rennes 1 closer to [..]
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.
Accelerating software configuration space study through incremental build
Accelerating software configuration space study through incremental build The transition from software code to a working runnable software artefact goes through a build, which makes it an absolutely crucial step in software development. Different types of builds are available, such as incremental builds, which intrigue researchers from the DIVERSE team., at IRISA Research Laboratory, CNRS/Univ [..]