Connections between the visual arts and technology are the focus of a new exhibit, Eppur si muove (And yet it turns), open through January 2016 at the Musée d'Art Moderne du Luxembourg (MUDAM) in collaboration with the Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris. Fully embodying the exhibit’s theme, our interactive robot Guido will greet visitors and comment on the exhibit as a guide.
Laure Buhry, the 2009 Laureate of the "For Women in Science" prize awarded by the L'Oréal France Foundation - UNESCO, became fascinated by the neurosciences early in her life. Today she is a maître de conference (Associate Professor) at the Université de Lorraine where she works alongside Axel Hutt on general anaesthetics. More specifically she studies what happens in the brain when a patient is under a general anaesthetic. Interview.
Robots could help our society in many situations like for example searching for survivors after natural disasters or calling the fire services in the event of a forest fire. However they will go no further than research laboratories until they are capable of functioning when damaged.
Researchers have discovered Logjam, a new flaw in the SSL and TLS encryption protocols which affects around 8% of the Internet. This discovery stems from the work of researchers from the Caramel team at the LORIA (CNRS, India, University of Lorraine) in collaboration with researchers from India Rocquencourt in Paris, Microsoft Research and John Hopkins, Michigan and Pennsylvania Universities.
Le prochain déjeuner Artem Entreprises- Loria aura lieu le mardi 17 novembre à midi au Loria, en salle B013. Près de 20 entreprises sont attendues autour de la thématique des drones.
The Caramel team has won the "Pwnie Award 2015" in the "Most Innovative Research" category for their work leading to the discovery of the Logjam vulnerability in the SSL and TLS encryption protocols which had an impact on 8% of secure web sites.
The Cassis and Caramel teams at the Loria have signed a cooperation agreement with the Spanish company Scytl, world leader in secure online voting and election modernization technology, thus formalizing joint work focused on studies into how best secure online voting.
Steve Kremer, Inria research director with the Cassis team, has been awarded an European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant to fund his work on the specification and formal verification of new security functions.
In the framework of the French Investissements d’Avenir (Investments For The Future) programme, the French government is supporting the OpenPaas::NG project with 10.7M€ of funding. This project, also funded by Bpifrance and led by Linagora, is run in partnership with the Coast team for the research segment, its aim being to provide a complete new generation virtual office solution for companies and public administration offices.