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Max Dauchet : Leslie Valiant and the 2010 Turing Award

15/12/2011

A secondary and higher-education qualified teaching professional in mathematics, with a PhD in both computer science and mathematics, Max Dauchet is a professor emeritus at the Université de Lille 1. In 1982 he founded and managed for 9 years the Laboratoire d'Informatique Fondamentale de Lille. He directed the INRIA Lille - Nord Europe research centre from its creation through May 2011. He is a specialist mainly in tree automata.

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Turing Award 2013

Leslie Lamport: working at the heart of modern computer science

Olivier Lapirot - 3/06/2014

The American Leslie Lamport, a researcher at the Microsoft Research-Inria joint laboratory, has won the 2013 Turing Award for his contributions to the theory and practice of distributed systems. His work is decrypted by the Inria researcher Damien Doligez.

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Turing Award 2013

Leslie Lamport: a pioneering scientific career

Olivier Lapirot - 3/06/2014

On 21 June, the Association for Computing Machinery's Turing Award for 2013 will be presented to Leslie Lamport, a researcher at the Microsoft Research-Inria joint laboratory. Below is a review of the 40-year career of a researcher in mathematics for digital technology

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