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Valérie Issarny, Research Director at Inria's Paris-Rocquencourt research centre, was presented with her award at the French launch of the Horizon 2020 programme, which took place on Monday 16 December 2013.
Mohamed Iguernelala, Evelyne Contejean and Sylvain Conchon, from the Proval research-team, have won the EATC award (European Association for Theoretical Computer Science) for the ETAPs 2011 best paper (European Joint Conferences on Theory and Practice of Software).
Prix et distinctions
Suman Saha, who completed his PhD with the Regal project-team (a joint Inria-Lip6 team), has just received the William C. Carter Award, which recognises important dissertation research in the field of dependable computing. This 2013 award was particularly notable, given the large number of qualified nominees this year.
Award - PhD thesis
Matthieu Dorier has received one of the two 2015 Gilles Kahn Thesis Awards - presented by the French computer science society SiF, under the patronage of the French Academy of Science - for his doctoral research with the Kerdata project team at the INRIA Rennes Bretagne Atlantique research centre. Interview.
- Gilles Kahn
- INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
- Matthieu Dorier
- PhD thesis
- Gilles Kahn PhD prize
Hafiz Ahmed did his PhD among the Non-A project-team (associated with École Centrale of Lille, CNRS and University of Lille − sciences et technologies). His work has just been rewarded by the GdR MACS prizef or thesis.
Jifeng Xuan, post-doctoral student in Spirals team, just received a PhD thesis award from the CCF (China Computer Federation), for the work done during his thesis at the Dalian University of Technology (DUT), China.
'Le Monde' Research Prize 2016
Last December Julien Jouganous, former Phd student in the Monc team, received the 2016 Research Prize awarded by the prestigious French newspaper 'Le Monde' for his research work on modelling and simulation in oncology, at a time when cancer remains one of the major public health challenges of the 21st century.
The work of Daniele Calandriello, a doctoral candidate on the Project Sequel team at the Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center, has just received an award from the French Association for Artificial Intelligence (AFIA). He has developed a method by which machines retain only the essential elements of very big datasets in order to make them more independent.
Inria and the CNIL (the French data protection authority) have just launched a European prize to recognise scientific papers on the subject of data protection and privacy. Within the framework of the partnership agreement signed in 2011 between Inria and the CNIL, the prize will serve to promote research on data protection. It will raise awareness throughout the scientific community of the need to develop research projects related to these subjects.