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On Wednesday 10 November, some fifty secondary school teachers came to IRISA and the Inria centre for training.

On Wednesday 10 November, some fifty secondary school teachers were welcomed to a special teachers' session entitled "J'peux pas, j'ai informatique" (I can't, I've got IT) at the Inria Rennes Bretagne Atlantique centre and at IRISA. Around fifty teachers of mathematics, technology, the SNT option and even English, from secondary schools and high schools in Rennes, Pontivy, Vannes and elsewhere in [..]

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How effective are search engines?

(in french only) Qwant, Ecosia, DuckDuckGo, Bing, Google... We all have a favourite search engine, which we use every day to access information or services. The main criterion to consider is its efficiency: its ability to provide the right answer to our question. But this search engine has an important responsibility: by choosing one answer over another, it defines our experience of the Web! It is [..]

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 to 09 October, at the Champs Libres in Rennes. This year, we are honouring our Linkmedia team! Linkmedia, one of our 38 research teams, offers you a dive into the field of multimedia. Linkmedia aims to provide techniques and tools to help us explore the nature of extremely large collections of multimedia documents. This work has many applications, notably in the fight against [..]

Sciences en cour[t]s

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

Nicolas, Matthieu, Victor, Garance and Lucas take up the challenge, this friday 01 october! On Friday 01 October at the diapason, on the Beaulieu campus, Sciences en cour[t]s, the short film festival for the popularisation of science, will take place. Nicolas Buton, Matthieu Bougueon, Victor Epain from the research team DYLISS and Garance Gourdel, Lucas Robidou from the research team Genscale will [..]

Les décodeuses du numérique

Discover the comic book "Les décodeuses du numérique"

What science lies behind the term 'digital'? Through 12 portraits of female researchers, teacher-researchers and engineers - including Anne-Cécile Orgerie, researcher in the Myriads team - the comic book "Les décodeuses du numérique" highlights the diversity of research in the digital sciences in order to break down stereotypes that that discourage women from entering these careers. (In french [..]

Awards & nominations

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

Congratulations to Hugo Martin (PhD student Université de Rennes 1), Mathieu Acher (Associate Professor Université de Rennes 1), Juliana Alves Pereira (Post doctoral student Université de Rennes 1) and Jean-Marc Jezequel (Professor Université de Rennes 1) of the research team DIVERSE for their Best Research Paper Award at the SPLC 2021, ACM International Systems and Software Product Line [..]

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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 [..]