SAMIRE proposes the implementation of an innovative concept of active probes (fluorescent or SHG nanosources). Beyond the design and realization of new SNOM probes, SAMIRE aims at the functionalization of AFM tips. The final objective of the project is to highlight the potential of these multifunctional tips for high resolution optical imaging (<10 nm). More generally, SAMIRE aims to develop a new tool for nanoscale characterization.
Activity, organization and function of the Elongator factor
Adaptation Research, a TransdISciplInary TransnatIonal Community and policy Centered approach – ARTISTICC
ARTISTICC’s goal is to apply innovative standardized transdisciplinary approaches to develop robust, socially, culturally and scientifically, community centred adaptation strategies as well as a serie
The massive use of pesticides since the 50's was a major revolution in our societies (agonomy, medecine). The evolution of resistance in treated organisms is a situation where the process of adaptation has the most immediate consequences on a massive scale. It is however often envisioned in a simplified ecological context. The originality of this project is to focus on the impact of gradient and low doses of pesticide.
Global aquaculture has expanded continuously over the last 30 years to meet the increasing demand of fish for human consumption, which can no longer be met by fisheries captures. The growth of aquacul
ABCD is a fundamental research project, coordinated by the LIP6 laboratory of UPMC. It associates industrial labs, Orange labs and Ucopia, to academic labs, Inria, Telecom ParisTech et l’UPMC. The project started in October 2013 and has lasted 42 months. It was awarded an ANR funding of 714 769 € for a global cost of 2 353 000 €.
The major goal of this project is to explore how organic systems can adapt to external environments and how this affects their electronic properties in operational devices.
Our project’s goal is to study models and algorithms that rely on adaptive learning techniques to improve the effectiveness, performance, and scalability of user-centric applications.
The Web of Things (WoT) aims at interconnecting network-enabled objects using Web standards. However, Web protocols and languages are not adapted to those connected objects. There is also an emerging need for usages of meaningful services relying on interoperable objects. The ASAWoO project promotes communities of avatars to realize collaborative applications involving connected objects on the Web of services.
The project deals with optical properties of droplets and particles of “complex” shapes, and whose sizes are beyond a few visible light wavelengths. In this domain, rigorous theories and existing nume