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Colloquium Loria: Analogy and language data

The next Loria Colloquium will take place on Wednesday, November 15 at 1:30 p.m. in the amphitheater.

Welcome to Hugo Rositi, new teacher-researcher at Loria!

Every year, the arrival of new researchers and teacher-researchers enrich Loria’s teams. We’d like to welcome them and invite you to take a few minutes to discover their career paths and projects!

The security of electronic voting: vulnerabilities and solutions

In this digital age, the security of information exchanges is vitally important, especially for electronic voting. Alexandre Debant and Lucca Hirschi, both researchers at Inria with Pesto, a joint Inria/Loria project team, identified vulnerabilities in the protocol used for the French legislative elections in June 2022 and proposed solutions for improvement that were successfully implemented in the following elections.
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PCBend: flexible printed circuits for maximum creativity

Imagine flexible electronic circuits capable of being shaped to fit specific objects or products created using 3D printing. This is now possible thanks to PCBend, an open-source process developed by two young researchers: one from the Inria-Loria project team MFX, and the other from the Institute of Science and Technology Austria. Their innovation is set to be unveiled at the next edition of the Siggraph global conference, which will run from the 6th to the 10th August 2023 in Los Angeles.
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The MFX team: creating innovative uses for 3D printing

Researchers at the Nancy Grand-Est Inria Centre have developed a particularly innovative method of manufacturing objects with the sparkling appearance of brushed metal. This use of 3D printing will be of interest to the creative arts sector. Xavier Chermain, a researcher on the MFX team, explains the process.