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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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6th French-German day for cybersecurity

The 6th Franco-German Day for Cybersecurity – Special Edition: Celebration of Franco-German friendship between Loria (CNRS, Inria, Université de Lorraine) and CISPA, will take place on Thursday, 25 May at CISPA, Saarbrucken.

A new method for testing the security of cryptographic protocols such as TLS

Seeking to improve IT security, researchers from the PESTO project team have devised an “innovative and effective” method for identifying vulnerabilities in implementations of TLS, an essential protocol for securing data exchanges over internet. This method has already shown its worth, having been used to discover four new vulnerabilities, one of which was critical.

Modeling the mitral valve of the heart: a Best Paper Award for the Tangram team!

Congratulations to the Tangram team (CNRS, Inria, Université de Lorraine), winner of the Best Paper Award at the IPCAI conference (International Conference on Information Processing in Computer-Assisted Interventions).

The conference, a leading event for innovation in the field of computer-assisted surgery, was held in Tokyo in June.

The prize rewards the work of Nariman Khaledian, Pierre-Frédéric Villard and Marie-Odile Berger on the simulation of fluid-structure interaction in the heart mitral valve. This work will enable practitioners to refine their diagnoses and increase their knowledge of this organ.