16 Computer Science positions in France

  • Inria | about 19 hours ago

    computer aided vision, spanning over two decades, has won her the Inria-Académie des sciences Grand Prize Award. Cordelia Schmid joined the University of Karlsruhe in 1987 to begin a five-year course in

  • Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology | 6 days ago

    at Géoazur, laboratory, next to Nice. A master degree in Earth sciences or physics is preferred. Computing skills are highly appreciated. Proficiency in written and spoken English is mandatory. The application

  • Inria | about 19 hours ago

    “I discovered computer science more or less by chance at the end of the 1980s. I wasn’t at all what you would call a geek. I didn’t have a computer at home. ” Marc Pouzet was keen on science and

  • University of Caen | 3 months ago

    . (within 5 years) in Computer Science or Applied Mathematics. Knowledge in the areas of graphs, image processing, computer vision or computer graphics is also very welcomed. The candidate will perform

  • Inria | about 19 hours ago

    me to choose open source projects and supervise doctoral students. ” Karthikeyan also teaches at the École Polytechnique and on the MPRI Master's degree programme in computer science. Since 2012, he

  • Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology | about 22 hours ago

    earthquake seismology are required. The successful candidate will be expected to perform data analyses and modeling using high-performance computing, and publish scientific results in top refereed journals

  • Inria | about 19 hours ago

    cultural players and researchers. The main objectives will be to: promote reciprocal contacts between players in the fields of culture and the digital sciences and technologies; make cultural players more

  • Inria | 3 months ago

    Inria Awards 2016 14/11/2016 Since 2011, the Inria Awards honour innovative scientific contributions to computer science and mathematics and promote the contributions and successes of those who

  • Inria | about 19 hours ago

    €450 million as part of the European research and innovation programme Horizon 2020. The private sector is expected to invest three times this amount. ECSO will work directly with the European Commission

  • Inria | 3 months ago

    “I am against electronic voting in political elections! ” is the opening salvo of Véronique Cortier, CNRS Research Director at LORIA laboratory for computer research in Nancy and member of CASSIS

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