## Actualités

*15.06.2018*

Amina Doumane (former PhD student at IRIF, now at LIP) was awarded the Ackermann prize of EACSL for her PhD thesis entitled On the infinitary proof theory of logics with fixed points.

*06.06.2018*

Delia Kesner (IRIF) and Matthieu Sozeau (IRIF) will both give
invited talks entitled *“Multi Types for Higher-Order languages”*
and *“The Predicative, Polymorphic Calculus of Cumulative Inductive Constructions and its implementation”*
at TYPES 2018, held in Braga (Portugal), June 18-21.

*06.06.2018*

We are delighted to host as part of our IRIF Distinguished Talks Series
**Christos Papadimitriou** (Columbia University) on **July 13, 10:30** for a talk entitled *“A computer scientist thinks about the Brain”*.

*06.06.2018*

Today Roberto Di Cosmo (professor at IRIF) with a ceremony at UNESCO opened to the public the archives of Softwareheritage.org, a worldwide initiative to create a universal library of computer programme source codes since the dawn of the digital age. .

*01.06.2018*

Claire Mathieu (IRIF associate member) organizes a 1-day colloquium on Approximation algorithms and networks at Collège de France on ** June 7**. This is part of the Chair in Informatics and Computational Sciences at College de France in association with INRIA.

*30.05.2018*

**« Tous femmes de numérique ! »** Après leur rencontre avec **4 informaticiennes de l’IRIF**, 14 lycéennes du Lycée Jules Ferry ont expliqué à leurs camarades l’exposition permanente du Palais de la découverte sur l’informatique et les sciences du numérique le 29/05.

*11.05.2018*

Amos Korman (IRIF) Amos Korman is co-chairing, and organizing the 6th Workshop on Biological Distributed Algorithms, to be held in London in **July, the 23rd**.

*27.02.2018*

Peter Habermehl (IRIF) and Benedikt Bollig
(LSV, ENS Paris-Saclay) organize the **research school**
MOVEP (*Modelling and Verification of Parallel Processes*), from on **July 16-20** in Cachan.

*25.05.2018*

Marie Kerjean (PhD student IRIF) will present at
LICS 2018
a logical account for linear partial differential equations.
With this work, she unveils a bridge between mathematical physics and proof theory,
paving the way for exciting and mutually beneficial transfers of techniques.

*21.05.2018*

Pierre Vial (IRIF) will present at
LICS 2018 an excerpt of his
PhD work at IRIF
proving that every lambda-term has an infinite linear representation in
the infinitary relational model. This work pioneers a technique that
allows giving a semantic even to unproductive programs.

*13.05.2018*

Paul-André Melliès (IRIF) will present at LICS 2018
his work on ribbon tensorial logic, a primary logic designed to reveal the secret topology of reasoning.
This is the first time that logical proofs are faithfully translated into topological
tangles using functorial knot theory.

*04.05.2018*

Miklos Santha (IRIF) participates to the conference-debate
*Calcul, communication, simulation et métrologie quantiques : des principes aux réalisations concrètes*
organized by **Académie des sciences** at the Institut de France on ** May 15**.

*27.04.2018*

IRIF is proud to announce that Delia Kesner,
professor of University Paris Diderot and researcher at IRIF, was appointed senior member of IUF.

*23.04.2018*

Six papers coauthored by IRIF members will be presented at the prestigious conference LICS'18 in
Oxford this summer. Topics range from λ-calculus, to Separation Logic…

*06.04.2018*

Victor Lanvin (PhD student of Giuseppe Castagna, IRIF) is awarded the Google PhD fellowship! Through the FSMP, Google will give a significant support to Victor's research work on gradual typing.

*03.04.2018*

The conference Numeration 2018 will be held on **May 22-25** at the Univerity Paris Diderot, and is organized by Valérie Berthé, Christiane Frougny and Wolfgang Steiner from IRIF.

*28.03.2018*

“The Kappa platform for rule-based modeling”, a collaboration between Jean Krivine (IRIF) and researchers from Harvard University,
ENS and Santa Cruz University will be presented at ISMB2018.

*21.03.2018*

The next meeting of the ANR project DESCARTES, aiming at defining a modular approach for distributed computing, will take place at IRIF on **March 28, 2018**. Scientific talks are public.

*20.03.2018*

The next meeting of the ANR project DELTA, conducting research about the new challenges in Logic,
Automata and Transducers, will take place at University Paris Diderot **from 2018/03/26 to 2018/03/28**.
Scientific talks are public.

*08.03.2018*

In the scope of the IRIF Distinguished Talks Series
**Monika Henzinger** (University of Vienna) will give on **April 13** a talk on
*“The state of the art in dynamic graph algorithms”*.

*02.03.2018*

Adrian Kosowski (IRIF), together with Bartek Dudek (University of Wroclaw),
will present at STOC 2018 a new protocol for spreading information
in a population. This is the first time that methods of oscillatory dynamics
are used to solve a basic task of information dissemination.

*27.02.2018*

Constantin Enea (IRIF) is an organizer of the 2018 edition of the
EPIT **research school**, on the subject of software verification, to he held in Aussois on **May 7-11 2018**.

*27.02.2018*

FSMP offers **20 PhD student positions** in Maths and TCS under
H2020 COFUND project MathInParis. As a member of the FSMP network, IRIF is an eligible hosting lab.
Call for application is open until **April, 1st 2018**. Applicants must be international students, but master students already in France for less than a year are eligible.

*05.02.2018*

Université Paris Diderot has opened **three permanent positions** in
Computer Science
(1 professor on Graph and applications, 1 assistant professor on Software Science,
1 assistant professor on Data Science).
Recruited researchers will join IRIF.

*04.02.2018*

Laurent Viennot (IRIF, Inria) is Scientific Curator of the exhibition Informatique et sciences du numérique, at **Palais de la découverte**, starting **March 13, 2018**.

*02.02.2018*

Amina Doumane, now at LIP, was awarded the **“La Recherche” prize** in the Computer Science category for her paper
entitled Constructive Completeness for the linear-time mu-calculus,
a work accomplished during her PhD at IRIF and that appeared in the proceedings of LICS’17.

*01.02.2018*

The first **on-the-fly quantum money transaction** was implemented by researchers in Paris,
including Iordanis Kerenidis. Quantum money is provably unforgeable due to the no-cloning property of quantum information.

*27.01.2018*

The **international French and Argentina CNRS laboratory** called INFINIS
lead by Delia Kesner (IRIF)
and Sergio Yovine (CONICET) is
presented in the CNRS Rio newsletter.

*18.01.2018*

IRIF organizes on **February, 6th** a Scientific Day in memory of Maurice Nivat,
professor at Paris Diderot University and a pionneer of theoretical computer science. Please register.

*05.01.2018*

Lucas Boczkowski and Amos Korman
from IRIF, with their co-authors, will present at
ITCS 2018
a non-conditional lower bound on **information dissemination in stochastic populations**.
The paper is the first ever to combine an algorithmic lower bound with a biology experiment in collective behavior.

*11.01.2018*

January the 10th 2018, this is the kick-off meeting of the ANR project FREDDA (FoRmal mEthods for the Design of Distributed Algorithms).

*19.12.2017*

IRIF and ATOS have started the first Industrial PhD Thesis (CIFRE) on quantum algorithms in France.
The PhD candidate Alessandro Luongo is co-advised by Iordanis Kerenidis and Frédéric Magniez.

*08.12.2017*

Ludovic Patey was awarded the Prix Thiessé de Rosemont / Demassieux for his PhD thesis « Les mathématiques à rebours de théorèmes de type Ramsey », supervised by Laurent Bienvenu and Hugo Herbelin.

*29.11.2017*

Amina Doumane was awarded the Gilles Kahn prize for her PhD thesis entitled « On the infinitary proof theory of logics with fixed points » supervised by Alexis Saurin, David Baelde and Pierre-Louis Curien.

*29.11.2017*

Wenjie Fang was awarded the Honorable Mention of the Gilles Kahn prize for his
PhD thesis entitled « Aspects énumératifs et bijectifs des cartes combinatoires : généralisation, unification et application » and supervised by Guillaume Chapuy and Mireille Bousquet-Mélou.

*27.11.2017*

Scientific Day in memory of Maurice Nivat, professor at Paris Diderot University and a pionneer of theoretical computer science in France and in the world, who passed away on September the 21st, 2017.

*25.11.2017*

Back-to-work day of the "Automata, Structures, and Verification" pole, which gathers the research groups Automata and applications and Modelling and verification
on November 25, 2017.

*22.11.2017*

6th French-Israeli Workshop on Foundations of Computer Science
on November 22-23, 2017 at Tel-Aviv University, Israel.

*15.11.2017*

IRIF is happy to host and organize the 59th IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS 2018), at Maison de la Chimie, Paris, October 07-09, 2018.

*15.11.2017*

2-day workshop on December 7-8:
Closing workshop of ANR project on Restricted Data Access Models
and
1st IRIF-IQC Workshop on Quantum Information Processing (CNRS bilateral collaboration).

*06.11.2017*

Newcomers Day
on November 6, 2017 at Amphi Turing

*12.10.2017*

Back-to-work day of the "Proofs, programs and systems" pole
on October 12-13, 2017 at room 3052.

*06.10.2017*

Guillaume Lagarde and Sylvain Perifel have solved a 20-year old conjecture related to Lempel-Ziv. This will be presented at the
29th ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA 2018).

*01.09.2017*

IRIF has the great pleasure to welcome a new assistant professor: Bérénice Delcroix-Oger, an expert in combinatorics and computational algebra.

*10.08.2017*

Closing workshop of ANR project MealyM
on July 10-13, 2017 at Amphi Turing.

*15.06.2017*

Victor Lanvin is awarded the first prize for the ACM Student Research Competition Grand Finals, undergraduate category. The prize will be presented on June the 24th at the *Turing Award* Cerimony in San Francisco.

*01.03.2017*

The 5-year ERC project CombiTop of Guillaume Chapuy has started on March 1st, 2017. The purpose of this project is to use the ubiquitous nature of certain combinatorial topological objects called maps in order to unveil deep connections between several areas of mathematics.

*30.01.2017*

Amos Korman has been interviewed by Le Monde for his recent results on ants with several co-autors at IRIF.

*15.01.2017*

IRIF organizes the 44th ACM Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages
(POPL 2017), Jussieu, Paris, January 15-21, 2017.