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CityLab@Inria will take part to the UrbanDirtLab at the Futur en Seine festival which a festival presenting the latest digital innovations to the general public and the professionals. Along with the startup Plume Labs and La Paillasse, CityLab@Inria will help the general public to map the urban pollution.
Plume Labs will provide a mobile sensing system to measure air quality exposure. La Paillasse will provide a kit to collect microbiological pollution to be later sequenced. The team Clime and MiMove from CityLab@Inria will deploy their SoundCity Android app to measure ambient noise. The participants from the general public will be invited to visit the surroundings in order to map the local urban pollution, and their results will be analyzed when they return.
The UrbanDirtLab will be one of the events of the Futur en Seine festival, on Saturday 13 June and Sunday 14 June at Gaîté lyrique in Paris. It will be open to anyone from the general public.
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The positions have been filled.
The following positions are currently opened:
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In 2015, the ResCom community (the French networking research community) organizes its annual school on the Smart City theme. The 2015 edition of the ResCom summer school will be held in Lyon from June 22 to 26 and will offer a cross-way and multidisciplinary vision of the smart city theme, spanning the network infrastructure and the societal and privacy issues, going through data collection and processing.
CityLab@Inria is happy to be part of the event and will be proudly represented by the Urbanet, MiMove, CLIME, OAK and FUN research teams.
The event is further co-organized by 2 members of CityLab@Inria: Drs Nathalie Mitton and Hervé Rivano.
For more information: http://project.inria.fr/ersc/.
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Researchers of Urban Civics, a project of CityLab@Inria contributed to the France Inter radio program on smart city that was broadcasted on 8 March 2015. The program is in French and may be listened to at: http://www.franceinter.fr/emission-interception-des-octets-dans-ma-ville (available till December 2017).
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The annual BIS (Berkeley-Inria-Stanford) workshop is part of the Inria@SiliconValley program. It is co-organized by Inria and its partners in California. The objectives of the workshop are to present the current status of ongoing scientific collaborations and to work on proposals for future ambitious joint projects.
Inria and its partners of the Inria@SiliconValley program, including researchers of CityLab@Inria, having engaged into research collaboration on smart cities and related issue of urban mobility, the working session on smart city is structured around panels and is the occasion to exchange about ongoing as well as potential future collaborations on the theme.
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CityLab@Inria researchers contribute to the Inria-Industry meeting on “Smart City and Mobility” jointly organized by Inria, Inria@SiliconValley, and PRIME.
For the first time, this event will take place in San Francisco demonstrating how Inria is contributing to global innovation in digital technology.
This event aims at fostering collaboration and create business opportunities between Inria research teams / startups and American companies. It is a unique occasion to discover cutting-edge innovations and solutions pertaining to: Urban physical and social sensing (air quality, noise pollution, transport, etc.), Big data analysis for city planning, traffic management and personalized mobility, Wireless communications, sensor networks, communication optimization, urban networks, Data ownership, privacy and security, Democratization of urban information and citizen engagement, New mobility solutions (robotized and autonomous systems).
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A one-day seminar on scientific computing for smart cities will take place at IFSTTAR (Champs sur Marne, in Paris suburbs) on 12 March 2015. It will deal with the contributions of numerical simulation for understanding and decision making at urban scale. Several applications will serve as illustrations: water quality, air pollution, traffic, acoustics, etc.
This seminar is organized by Vivien Mallet from CityLab@Inria, Thiên-Hiêp Lê from ONERA and Xavier Louis from IFSTTAR.
Josef Sivic from CityLab@Inria will present his work on “Large-Scale Quantitative Visual Analysis”.
For further information, see: http://www.association-aristote.fr/doku.php/public:seminaires:seminaire-2015-03-12.
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ERCIM News 98, special issue on Smart Cities, features the following articles from CityLab:
- Urban Civics – Democratizing Urban Data for Healthy Smart Cities by Sara Hachem, Valérie Issarny, Alexey Pozdnukhov, and Rajiv Bhatia.
- AppCivist – A Service-oriented Software Platform for Social Activism by James Holston, Rodrigo Ochigame, and Animesh Pathak.
- CityLab@Inria – A Lab on Smart Cities fostering Environmental and Social Sustainability by Valérie Issarny.
- Moving Towards Interoperable Internet-of-Things Deployments in Smart Cities by Gregor Schiele, John Soldatos, and Nathalie Mitton.
- Urban-Scale Quantitative Visual Analysis by Josef Sivic and Alexei A. Efros.
- Trusted Cells: Ensuring Privacy for the Citizens of Smart Cities by Nicolas Anciaux, Philippe Bonnet, Luc Bouganim, and Philippe Pucheral.
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