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Marie Duflot


Marie Duflot-Kremer awarded the Serge Hocquenghem Prize

Isabelle Kling - 6/12/2018

Marie Duflot-Kremer is an Associate Professor at the University of Lorraine and a researcher in the Mosel-Véridis team, a joint Inria-Loria team. She has been awarded the Serge Hocquenghem prize in recognition of her commitment to science education and outreach. She received the prize on 23 October 2018, during the "Journées Nationales" conference held in Bordeaux and organised by the APMEP, the Association of Mathematics Professors working in French state education.


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Prizes and awards

Chloé Audebert, AMIES winner


We met up with Chloé Audebert, a former student at Reo and recent winner of the AMIESthesis prize for her work within the team. 


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Prix et récompenses

GDR GPL awarded Thomas Durieux's thesis

AW - 16/05/2019

GDR GPL awarded Thomas Durieux by giving his an Honorable mention for his thesis performed in Spirals project-team of Inria Lille - Nord Europe center*.


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Jean-Baptiste Mouret - ©Serena Ivaldi


Jean-Baptiste Mouret wins award for his research into artificial life

Véronique Poirel - 13/08/2019

Jean-Baptiste Mouret, Research Director at Inria Nancy-Grand Est, has won the Award for Outstanding Paper of the Decade from the ISAL society for The evolutionary origins of modularity, a paper published in March 2013, which he co-wrote with Jeff Clune, an associate professor at the University of Wyoming, and Hod Lipson, a professor at Columbia University, New York. 

ISAL, the International Society for Artificial Life, aims to promote research and education on artificial life, which is a scientific endeavour to better understand life by attempting to replicate its mechanisms in a computer, a robot or even chemical substrates. Every year, this award is given to a paper written over the precious decade that had a significant impact in the field of artificial life.


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The L’Oréal – UNESCO 2019 Young Talent Award

Floriane Gidel, a young woman perfectly at home in the world of science

Mediathena – B.P. - 9/10/2019

A postdoc student at the Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest centre working as part of an oncology modelling team (MONC), Floriane Gidel opted for mathematics, attracted as she was to the diverse nature of its areas of application. She currently designs models for a new form of cancer treatment, electroporation, working alongside radiologists and biologists. The L’Oréal-UNESCO Young Talent Award comes as recognition for her incredible career to date, which has seen her working in five different countries across Europe.


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Marie Kerjean Marie Kerjean, post-doctorante au sein de l'équipe Gallinette


Marie Kerjean awarded a L’Oréal - Unesco Foundation grant

Jean-Michel Prima - 8/10/2019

L’Oréal - Unesco Grants for Women in Science are awarded to talented young female researchers. Marie Kerjean, a postdoc researcher at the Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique centre and a specialist in mathematics, was one of the winners selected in 2019. She is currently working on the Coq proof assistant.


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