Colloquium Loria

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The purpose of colloquium Loria is to highlight different computer science research topics in the form of a one-hour presentation by a renowned scientist, including a time of discussion. It is open to everyone and takes place every month.

Not later than two days before the event, people from outside the laboratory must register to communication department at annabelle.arena(@)loria.fr (remove brackets). An identity card will be requested at the entrance of the building.

 

2020 agenda

Thursday, January 30th at 1.30 pm
Olivier Bournez, Computer Science Professor at École polytechnique LIX laboratory.
« La revanche du calcul analogique ».

 

[New date] Friday, September 25th
Michel Dumontier, Distinguished Professor of Data Science at Maastricht University.
“Accelerating biomedical discovery with an Internet of FAIR data and services”

 

[New date] Wednesday, October 14th at 6.30 pm
At Museum Aquarium Nancy – « La justice digitale »
Jean Lassègue, Philosopher and epistemologist, CNRS researcher at the Marcel Mauss-EHESS Institute.

 

Tuesday, March 24th at 1.30 pm > postponed
Hugo Parlier, Mathematics Researcher at the University of Luxembourg.
“Playing puzzles on complicated surfaces”

 

Monday, March 30th at 2 pm > postponed
Pablo Jensen, Physicist specialized in nanostructure modeling CNRS research director at ENS Lyon.
“Why society doesn’t let itself be put into equations”

 

Monday, June 8th at 1.30 pm
Edward Knightly, Sheafor-Lindsay Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University.
“Efficient and Secure Terahertz-scale Mobile Networks”

 

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