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Sustainability and Spatiality in Co-Workers' Mobility Practices – COWORKWORLDS
The aim of COWORKWORLDS is to question the supposedly beneficial, though unproven, effects of coworking in terms of sustainable mobility. In this project, we adopt a broad definition of mobility and sustainability. Mobility is envisaged as spatial mobility (daily mobility, long journeys, residential mobility…), but also as social mobility (professional mobility…). The three dimensions of sustainability are taken into account : environnemental, but also economic and social.
Multi-scale Investigation and Modelling of hETerogeneous spraY Coupling with turbulent reacting flows – MIMETYC
The aim of the project is to develop modelling and numerical methods for the accurate prediction of the heterogeneous spray-flow coupling, in the scope of Large Eddy Simulation of turbulent spray flam
Evaluation of ecosystem performances for re-naturing urban environment – EVNATURB
Urban areas are facing a broad range of challenges due to unsustainable urbanization, degradation of natural capital, as well as an expected increase in intensity and frequency of extreme weather even
Visual semantic analysis: toward a smarter urban navigation – AVISE
Toward a safer navigation
Research on the origin and the side effects of fungal chitosan stabilizing properties in wine – CHITOWINE
Fungal chitosan is a wine additive used to eliminate unwanted microorganisms that alter the quality of wines. Although authorized by the OIV, biocompatible and renewable, chitosan is little used by winemakers because doubts persist about its effectiveness and its effects on wine taste and quality. The CHITOWINE project aims to clarify the spectrum and the antiseptic mechanism of chitosan in order to propose new or improved modes of use.
STress Responses In the foodborne protozoan Parasites Toxoplasma gondii and Cryptosporidium spp. – STRIP
Cryptosporidium spp. and Toxoplasma gondii are emerging pathogens in the food domain. Their transmission to humans is linked to the ability of their oocysts to remain infectious in food, despite of external stresses combined to the characteristics of these matrices. We hypothesize that to remain infectious, the oocysts can adapt their biological functions (cellular/molecular levels) and that food matrices can modify this response and their ability to survive.
Quantitative ultrasound for the in vivo dynamic biomechanical analysis of tongue-food interface during oral processing – QUSToFood
Understanding the mechanisms underlying texture perceptions resulting from tongue-food contact is essential for the design of novel foods that are consumer-friendly and safe for swallowing. To contribute to this goal, QUSToFood proposes to study the development of ultrasonic methods while integrating the contribution of the physiological characteristics of the tongue.
OptimAl Transport for MachIne Learning – OATMIL
In our era of steady data deluge, there is no doubt that the design of efficient techniques to extract knowledge from massive data collections or data streams has become a fundamental scientific and t
Efficient Statistical Testing for high-dimensional Models: application to Brain Imaging and Genomics – FAST-BIG
In many scientific applications, increasingly-large datasets are being acquired to describe more accurately biological or physical phenomena. While the dimensionality of the resulting measures has inc
Efficiency and Structure in Graph Mining Applications – ESIGMA
As a general modelling tool, graphs are gaining increasing attention. They capture the interactions of enti- ties in an easily comprehensible way and yet provide a rich model of the underlying structu