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European Research Council 2009

Pierre-Yves Oudeyer: the man who made robots curious

Pierre-Yves Oudeyer received a grant worth €1.5 million for his project. An unusual career between high-tech fundamental research and experimental applications accessible to the general public, a revival of robotics and a journey to the sources of human language. Pierre-Yves Oudeyer had some weighty plus points when he presented his project to the ERC. Through the grant obtained in autumn 2009, the head of the FLOWERS team was promoted European "scientific leader" in robotics.

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European Research Council 2009

Francis Bach: heading towards statistical learning

Francis Bach received a grant of €1.5 million to conduct an ambitious five-year research project. The researcher, with a flawless academic career, has for a long time had a great interest in applied mathematics (including sound and image processing). After spending time at one of America’s most prestigious universities, the ERC grant should allow the young researcher to explore new avenues in statistical learning.

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European Research Council 2009

Marie-France Sagot: a researcher in symbiosis with her subject

Marie-France Sagot, the Bamboo project team leader, was selected by the ERC in 2009 in the "experienced researcher" category. Exploring symbiosis, a phenomenon that some consider a key factor in evolution, her Sisyphe project fully meets the definition of research "at the frontiers of knowledge".

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Europe encouraging innovative ideas

Each year, the European Research Council rewards researchers proposing innovative ideas. This programme aims to encourage "research at the frontier of knowledge", whose sole selection criterion is excellence.

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