Section: Contracts and Grants with Industry
J. Henry was funded for the second year by the “neuroinformatique” program of CNRS for a study on modelling of the activity of basal ganglia through a population density approach, jointly with the team basal gang of UMR 5227 at univesity Bordeaux 2.
M Langlais is a member (and single non INRA member) of the INRA network EpiArch, dedicated to plant architecture and plant-pathogen systems, chaired by B. Tivoli.
M. Langlais is a co-investigator (partner 6 and single non INRA member) of the proposal ARCHIDEMIO, Modelling of the interactions between plant development, canopy architecture and fungal aerial diseases epidemics for a sustainable crop management, funded in 2008 by ANR SYSTERRA with B. Tivoli as principal investigator. M. Langlais is also a member (and single non INRA member) of the INRA network EpiArch, dedicated to plant architecture and plant-pathogen systems, chaired by B. Tivoli.
M Langlais is the principal investigator of ARC INRIA M2A3PC 2009-10, Modelling the airborne dispersal of a pathogen over a highly structured and anthropized perennial plant cover crop, a collaborative program with 3 EPI INRIA and 5 INRA teams.
M Langlais is a member of the proposal ADHOC 2010, Co-viability modeling of fisheries and marine biodiversity, funded in 2009 by ANR “La 6me extinction" with L Doyen as principal investigator.
M Langlais is a co-organizer of a NIMBioS working group on “Mathematical modeling of life cycle, transmission, and clonal expansion of Toxoplasma gondii" that is funded for 2010.
M. Langlais is the co-advisor with T Fourcaud of the Ph.D A Bonneu dedicated to modelling the growth of tree roots . This is supported by CIRAD at UMR AMAP in Montpellier.
M. Langlais is a co-advisor with H. Seegers, P. Ezzanno of the Ph.D of M. Charron dedicated to modelling the spread of the blue-tongue disease . This is supported by an ASC position from INRA at Ecole Normale Vétérinaire in Nantes.