The Covid-19 crisis has turned many industrial and logistics organizations upside down. The primary focus on profitability has been replaced by the need to ensure the health of workers while maintaining sufficient activity to meet demand and preserve the business.
A French deputy, Paula Forteza, who is a specialist of digital subjects, recently submitted a report suggesting the creation of three hubs for quantum computing in Paris, Saclay and Grenoble. A proposal that sits well with the Grenoble CDP* Quantum Engineering, which has been working for the past three years to coordinate local actors.
Since March 17th, students and staff at Grenoble INP have been working from home. John Kenwright, an English teacher at Grenoble INP – Pagora and a member of PerForm*, shares with us his experience with teaching online and the current Covid crisis.
A team of researchers from Grenoble and Canada demonstrated for the first time that a speaker is able to identify the vowel being pronounced simply thanks to somatosensory feedback based on tongue shape and position.
The European Commission on 14 April launched a call for participation in #EUvsVirus - a pan-European Hackathon to connect innovators, partners and buyers across Europe to develop innovative solutions to coronavirus.
The 3D printing skills and tools available at the S.mart Grenoble Alpes cluster (previously AIP Primeca Dauphiné-Savoie, and a Grenoble INP industrial engineering partner) have been put to good use to help medical efforts and support healthcare professionals during this crisis.