There are 4 Results with the keyword : "Inria Award"
Alexandre Dubus is a young graduate engineer at Inria Lille – Northern Europe. Since 2013, he has been working on the development of the FUN MOOC platform. Last Monday, this work was recognized when he was declared a winner of the Inria Support for Research and Innovation Award.
Inria Awards 2012
A trained mathematician, Francis Bach has become an internationally acknowledged specialist in the field of statistical machine learning. A field he has been boldly exploring for some ten years now. His research at the interface between applied mathematics, statistics, and computer science finds applications in an impressive variety of domains, such as artificial vision, processing of audio signals, bioinformatics, and cerebral imaging.
Inria Awards 2013
Pascale Vicat-Blanc, founder of the Lyatiss company, has recently received the lnria - French Académie des Sciences (Academy of Sciences) – Dassault Systèmes Innovation award. She sees in this personal honour a recognition for her team and her company – and an interest in young women that may be inspired by what she has accomplished. Conscious of being a sort of role model, she has campaigned for the European de-compartmentalisation of the spheres of research, business and investment.
Inria Awards 2013
Currently head of the HYBRID team, Anatole Lécuyer was recently awarded the lnria - Académie des Sciences (French Academy of Sciences) young researcher prize. As well as considering this reward a personal honour, he also views it as a form of recognition for his research fields, virtual reality and brain-computer interfaces, which are still relatively "young" and little-known.
- Anatole Lecuyer
- Inria Award
- Human-machine interaction
- Brain-computer interfaces
- Video game
- Virtual reality