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

Le « fog computing » est l’avenir du cloud – en plus frugal et plus efficace Guillaume Pierre, Professeur à l'Université de Rennes 1, responsable de l'équipe de recherche Myriads Je ne peux m’empêcher de culpabiliser chaque fois que je lance une application de vidéoconférence : Zoom, Meet, Teams, Skype, etc. Ces applications comme bien d’autres outils numériques ont fourni à mes collègues et moi [..]

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Journée Science et Musique: Sat. October 9, 2021

10th edition of the Science and Music Day: Saturday, October 9, 2021 The JSM [Journée Science et Musique] is a scientific and festive immersion through conferences, workshops and stands in the research and new technologies of music and sounds. On Saturday, October 9, 2021, the 10th edition of the WSD invites you to make an extraordinary journey, a journey to the center of sound. Are you familiar [..]

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Your work is about Music and Science? You have 8 days left to apply

The Journée Science et Musique (science and music day) rewards each year a young researcher whose work is related to the theme of Science and Music. If your subject deals with computer science, signal processing, acoustics, psychoacoustics, musical interfaces, sound design, musicology, etc...don't hesitate to apply! There is still time to try your luck, and to submit your application before [..]

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Best Hands-on demonstation award at the prestigious IEEE World Haptics conference

Congratulations to the research team, composed of ... Thomas Howard, Xavier de Tinguy, Guillaume Gicquel, Maud Marchal, Anatole Lécuyer, Claudio Pacchierotti for their Best Hands-on Demonstration award "WeATaViX : Wearable Actuated Tangibles for Virtual Reality Experiences" at the IEEE World Haptics Conference (WHC). a video of this demonstration is available here This sytem has been recently [..]

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Imagine being able to touch and interact

Discover the research work carried out by Claudio Pacchierotti (CNRS researcher) and Maud Marchal (INSA professor), Guillaume Gicquel (CNRS research engineer) and Thomas Howard (CNRS post-doctoral student) members of the Rainbow research team, thanks to which touch should soon make its entry into virtual reality. Read the article "le Monde" (in french only) and on the CNRS website


IRISA, at the heart of mobilty issues in the Rennes metropolitan area

This Wednesday, June 9, holders, partners and academic team met face-to-face to sign the continuation for 3 more years (2021-2024) of the work of the Chair "Mobility in a sustainable city", created in 2017. This special time allowed them to discuss the issues at stake in the particular context of a pandemic that has caused a shock to mobility and accelerated the awareness of all actors on the [..]

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Best paper award for DIONYSOS research team

DIONYSOS research team has won the Best Paper award, during the international conference IEEE HPSR 2021 (High Performance Switching and Routing), which was held in June at Paris. This prize is awarded to Anouar Rkhami , Yassine Hadjaj-Aoul , Gerardo Rubino et Abdelkader Outtagarts , for their paper "On the use of machine Learning and Network Tomography for Network Slices Monitoring ".

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Congratulations to Mathieu Acher, appointed junior member of the IUF

Congratulations to Mathieu Acher, associate professor at Université de Rennes 1 and member of the Diverse research team, who has just been appointed junior member at the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF), for scientific mediation. This nomination recognizes and supports the excellence of its research and dissemination activities in software science. Découvrez l'article "Mathieu Acher met en [..]