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Prizes and distinctions
Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau, research director at Inria Paris-Rocquencourt, and Tony Lelièvre, a graduate of the Ecole des Ponts et Chaussées, the Centre for Education and Research in Mathematics and Scientific Computing (CERMICS) and the École des Ponts Paris Tech, have been awarded the French Academy of Sciences' 2010 Alcan Prize.
This summer, David Guiraud, the DEMAR project-team leader, received the 2010 grand prize of the EADS Enterprise Foundation for all of his work: a major contribution for computer science serving the biomedical field and a remarkable cooperation with industry. We take a look back at his well-deserved achievements.
Last summer, Jean-Claude Bermond, Director of Research at the French National Centre for Scientific Research, MASCOTTE project-team leader, received the 2010 EADS Enterprise Foundation Prize and the Prize for innovation in distributed algorithmics, awarded by the Sirocco conference. These two prizes recognise his visionary work in applications in telecommunications networks (optical and wireless networks), the design of interconnection networks, configuration theory and the design of efficient protocols for structured communications schemas. Portrait.
- Equipe Mascotte
- Jean-Claude Bermond
- Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
In order to recognise and reward exceptional scientific advances and major contributions to technology transfer or innovation in computer science and mathematics, Inria has created three prizes, to be awarded for the first time in spring 2011: the Inria Grand Prize, the Inria Young Researcher prize and the Inria Innovation prize.
Aurélien Francillon, a former PhD student on the PLANETE project-team, is one of the winners of the 2009 Grenoble INP thesis prize.
CryptoMiniSat, software for verification of software or complex hardware architectures, won first prize at the SAT Race 2010 international competition.
European Research Council 2010
This year, eight ERC grant winners are leaders or members of Inria project-teams. Nikos Paragios, a teacher at the Ecole Centrale de Paris, was awarded a starting grant. Worth approximately 1,500,000 euros, this grant will allow the researcher to reinforce the GALEN team and conduct an ambitious five-year research project on artificial vision and its applications in the medical field. Here, we get to know the grant-winning scientist.