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Cycles "les défis scientifiques du 21e siècle"
On Tuesday, 10 March, Joseph Sifakis, winner of the 2007 Turing Prize, research director at CNRS and holder of the Schneider-Inria-Digiteo industrial chair, will give a lecture at the Academy of Science on the topic of embedded systems – new challenges in computer science, which Inria has made one of its priorities.
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.
Ten new members have just been elected to the Académie des Sciences (the French Academy of Sciences) at its Plenary Assembly meeting on 18 November 2014. They include Nicholas Ayache, Inria Research Director on a position entitled “Information sciences and medicine” at the interface of the "Computational and Mechanical Sciences” and the “Human Biology and Medical Sciences” sections.
History of Inria
The first computer scientist to be elected to the French Academy of Sciences, Gilles Kahn is a talented and visionary researcher with an international reputation.
- Gilles Kahn
- Académie des sciences
- Commissariat à l'énergie atomique
- Président-directeur général
- Défis scientifiques
Grégoire Allaire, a researcher in the Défi team, which is hosted by the CMAP (Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées) on the École Polytechnique campus, was awarded the EADS Foundation Prize (science and engineering) on November 22, 2011.