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Prix et distinction
Annabelle Collin vient de se voir attribuer le prix de SMAI-GAMNI 2015 pour sa thèse intitulée "Asymptotic analysis in cardiac electrophysiology. Applications in modeling and in data assimilation."
Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes and École de Management des Systèmes d’Information (Grenoble École de Management) organised a scientific workshop on 9 November 2010 in honour of Jean-Pierre Verjus to celebrate his exceptional career spanning more than 40 years in teaching and research. During this workshop, he received the "Diplôme d'Honneur" from Grenoble École de Management.
- Inria Awards
- Inria/French Académie des sciences /Dassault Systèmes Innovation Prize
- Inria/French Académie des sciences Young Researcher Prize
- Award for Research and Innovation Support
- Research Support Department Award
- Inria/French Académie des sciences Grand Prize
Since 1951 the University of Bergen, Norway, has been nominating Honorary Doctors, the highest honor the University can award to people not employed at the University but that have distinguished themselves with their outstanding work in a particular field.
On October 15th 2019, Anne Canteaut, Research Director at Inria and head of the project-team SECRET had the honor of being nominated.
The European Commission has just announced Karthikeyan Bhargavan, a specialist in cryptographic protocols and director of research at Inria in Paris, as winner of the Horizon Impact Award. The aim of his research, carried out in the context of the Crysp and Circus projects alongside his project team Prosecco and international researchers, was to improve the security of web browsers.