The exponential growth of available data, commonly called Big Data, together with powerful analytic methods, is dramatically impacting all activity sectors. All over Europe, industrials and researchers are increasingly adressing theses challenges. In France and in Norway, many innovative projects are currently in progress.
Materials will no longer hold any secrets for you ! In August, the Club Science is happy to welcome two French researchers, Fayna Mammeri and Hélène Welemane. Both work on materials, but while the first ones creates nanomaterials for diverse applications, the second studies the damage of fragile materials such as concrete.
Club Science is back in June with a hot topic: ocean pollution and nanoparticles. Tons of plastic waste are released every year in the ocean, where they congregate into huge vortexes. The environmental impact of these plastic particles is increasingly studied. Julien Gigault, researcher at the Laboratoire Géosciences Rennes, focuses on the smallest ones: plastic nanoparticles. He…Lire la suite >
Mathilde Ramadier is an author, scriptwriter and translator. After a bachelor in design and a master in philosophy, she left Paris to Berlin to discover its cultural vitality. She co-signed successively several graphic novels (Sartre, Editions Dargaud, March 2015; Berlin 2.0, Futuropolis, February 2016) and translated others from French to German – and conversely. Her next book,…Lire la suite >
English below Damien Serre, lauréat Åsgard 2016, profitera de sa visite à Oslo pour intervenir à l’Institut Français dans le cadre du Club Science. Membre de l’unité de recherche ESPACE, il travaille sur la gestion des risques et les stratégies de résilience des réseaux urbains face au risque d’inondation. Pour faciliter le commerce et les communications,…Lire la suite >
The Changing Arctic is a series of Nordic-French seminars that will address key Arctic issues in the field of research, taking place during 2016 in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The French Institute of Norway and the French Embassy, together with the FRAM High North Research Centre on Climate and the Environment Centre and the…Lire la suite >