On 25th and 26th of January 2016, the LIRIS hosted at Nautibus the annual plenary meeting of the HUBBLE ANR project. This project brings together several French laboratories around the question of analyzing massive traces of e-learning. For more information: http://hubblelearn.imag.fr/
GDR MAGIS Seminar
Presentation of the work of the 2nd and 3rd years PhD students of the LIRIS lab followed by the 2nd junior seminar presented by Michel Balinski (5 - 6pm).
The World Information Architecture Day 2015 is organized in Lyon. Saturday, 21th of February, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, on the Scientific Campus of la Doua.
La journée des thèses du LIRIS permet aux doctorants de 2ième (et plus) de présenter leurs travaux sous forme de poster et/ou démo à l'ensemble du laboratoire. Plus d'informations sur le site http://liris.cnrs.fr/jdt
LIRIS - Day "Innovation and entrepreneurship" Join our Innovation and Entrepreneurship Day on 17 October 2013! It will deal with innovation and the process of business creation.
Workshop on Web and Context organized by the Web Intelligence Project of the ARC6
The objective of this workshop is to present research works in computer science and digital humanities from ISH (Institut des Scviences de l'Homme) and LIRIS.
For the third time, the LIRIS lab welcomes his industrial partners for attending demonstrations, presentation of its latest technologies Tuesday the 8th of November 2011, 2:30 pm, at Ecole Centrale de Lyon.
MultiA-Pro 2011 - The Second International Workshop on User Profiles in Multi-application Environments
The goal of this second workshop is to gather and organize a common discussion among different scientific and industrial communities on: security, open distributed systems, interoperability and context-aware and personalized systems on generic, evolving, secure multi-application use profiles in social computing.
Is e-mail obsolete? As a matter of fact, we tend to gather more and more information in our inboxes: personal and professional communications, but also marketing and commercial ads, alerts and notifications from websites or social networks, search engines results, agendas, ... The current use also tends to widen: e-mail is not only used to fulfill inter-personal communication but also to exchange files, to gather RSS feeds or to pick up a date for a meeting. Many people rely on their inboxes to retrieve important information and to organize their daily work.