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Inria would like to pay a heartfelt tribute to Vincent George, who recently passed away after a serious illness. As Secretary General of Inria from 1980 to 1996, Vincent George was a pioneer, a colleague known for his humanity and a leading figure at the institute.
History of Inria
A pioneer of the Internet and distributed algorithms, after CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research) and Stanford University, Gérard Le Lann joined Iria/Inria where he has carried out most of his career.
Inria established itself on the Sophia Antipolis site in 1981, when the new science park was still in the early stages, with many more facilities still to be built. In a few years, it became one of the leading players of this science park.
History of Inria
Born in 1960, Antoine Petit is an agrégé in mathematics, doctor of science and a specialist in formal methods. He is the author of some fifty scientific publications. Professor at ENS Cachan, he was CEO of Inria from 2014 to 2018.
Inria Awards 2018
On paper, the only things Marie-Pierre Diquelou, Thierry Boche and Rémy Taillefer had in common were working at Inria in Rocquencourt and a certain interest in history. And yet, together, they have devised and produced a vast retrospective exhibition for Inria's 50th anniversary.
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Prix Leroy P. Steele 2019
Nobody aware of the importance of his work will be surprised to see Philippe Flajolet featuring once again among the biggest names in the world of mathematics, the American Mathematical Society in particular. More than eight years after his sudden death, Flajolet is to be awarded the Leroy P. Steele Prize for Mathematical Excellence on 17 January 2019. He will share this prize with Robert Sedgewick from Princeton University, with whom he wrote the book Analytic Combinatorics , which was published in 2009.
Maurice Nivat, honorary professor at the university Paris Diderot and corresponding member of the French Académie des Sciences passed away on 21 September 2017.
Web's 30th birthday
Thirty years ago, the Web was set up to meet an ever-growing need to organise and access information. As a founding member for Europe of the W3C, Inria take a look back at the birth of the Web as both a research subject and a tool, assessing the problems that continue to be raised.