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Inria Chairman and CEO Michel Cosnard has appointed Isabelle Ryl as head of the Inria Paris-Rocquencourt research centre with effect from 1 September 2010. The appointment has been approved by the Scientific Council.
Prizes and distinctions
Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau, research director at Inria Paris-Rocquencourt, and Tony Lelièvre, a graduate of the Ecole des Ponts et Chaussées, the Centre for Education and Research in Mathematics and Scientific Computing (CERMICS) and the École des Ponts Paris Tech, have been awarded the French Academy of Sciences' 2010 Alcan Prize.
"The Finite Element Analysis of Shells - Fundamentals", a new book co-written by MACS project-team leader Dominique Chapelle, has been released.
Sylvain Arlot is to give one of the two Peccot courses in January 2011 at the Collège de France.
A considerable proportion of the research conducted at Inria Paris-Rocquencourt is geared towards meeting the technological needs of businesses. This is why we liaise constantly with socio-economic stakeholders and particularly businesses in all of the regions in which we operate, allowing us to meet their needs and make technology transfer an integral part of our research activities.
To work together on a joint research programme is the aim of the two "small" laboratories set up jointly at the Paris-Rocquencourt research centre by an Inria project-team (CLIME and GAMMA 3) and an SME, known as I-Labs.
The Ambientic project, led by the ARLES project-team, received the Oséo prize in the “Development/Creation" category. The official creation of the Ambientic company should be announced in the coming months.
The Coq technology development action involves a collection of people and teams working together to roll out Coq proof assistant software.
As part of its general policy, Inria is pursuing regional development in close collaboration with universities, Grandes Ecoles, engineering schools and research organisations. The aim is to promote the emergence of world-class centres of excellence in France in the field of information and communication science and technologies.