Je suis Paris
- LIRIS monthly seminars
(from Nov 10, 2015 10:30 AM to Nov 10, 2015 12:00 PM)
Max Dauchet, Professeur émérite, Université de Lille Sciences et Technologies, Président de la CERNA(from Oct 06, 2015 10:30 AM to Oct 06, 2015 12:00 PM)
Matthias Zwicker, professor at the University of Bern, head of the Computer Graphics Group at the Institute for Computer Science and Applied Mathematics
- LIRIS News
The IW3C2 has accepted the proposal led by Université de Lyon to organize the international Web conference in 2018.
Jean-Marc Petit, Professor at LIRIS, elected president of the Computer Science Society of France (SIF)
Jean-Marc Petit, Professor at LIRIS and Computer Science Department of INSA was elected president of the Computer Science Society of France (SIF) (http://www.societe-informatique-de-france.fr/) February 6, 2015, after serving as Vice-President Research since 2011.
This experimental platform is the result of a research project that brings together nine partners including the LIRIS Lab: Orange (project leader), BnF Jamespot, Urbilog, I2S, ISEP, INSA de Lyon (LIRIS, team Imagine), Université Lyon 1 (LIRIS, team Tweak) University Paris 8.
LIRIS co-invented TUBÀ which was inaugurated on 27 November 2014
Organized by the AFPy association, the annual PyconFR conference has been successfully held in Lyon from october 25th to october 28th 2014.
On October 5th 2014, a group of researchers met Place Bellecour in Lyon for a 10hm or half-marathon race in downtown Lyon. All personal objectives were achieved in a good mood as usual.
- Director's foreword
It is important to begin these few lines by introducing ourselves. We’re all members of the LIRIS research center with different functions: Professors, Assistant Professors, Researchers, administrative and technical staff, Ph.D. students, post-doctoral students, contract employees and trainees.
- Upcoming Events
(from Aug 31, 2017 03:30 PM to Sep 03, 2017 03:30 PM)
The 28th International Conference DEXA (DEXA 2017) will be held in Lyon on August/September 2017. Two french cities have organized DEXA in the past: Toulouse (1997, 2011), and Aix-En-Provence (2002).