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Young graduate engineer positions - Research and Development

Are you a young graduate engineer? Do you have no more than a year’s experience? Would you like to begin your career in a top-level research environment? Inria offers you opportunities in the form of fixed term contracts of between one and two years’ duration within a small team of scientists. Throughout this contract, you will be mentored. These jobs will enable you to acquire some worthwhile initial work experience in computer-science software development and applied mathematics.  Inria proposes several positions of young graduate engineers in 2015.


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Jean Roman, Deputy Scientific Director

Jean Roman was appointed Deputy Scientific Director of the Research Department with responsibility for Applied Mathematics, Computing, and Simulation in January 2011. He devotes a portion of his working activity to duties including research coordination, foresight, and scientific leadership of one or more research topics in his field of expertise. He is also in charge of a cross-disciplinary mission concerning Inria's national and international actions in high-performance computing.


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Inria rewarded for its collaboration with Lemma


In each of the past 8 years, the Fédération des Industries Électriques, Électroniques et de Communication (FIEEC) [The Federation of Electrical, Electronic and Communication Industries] has awarded a prize for applied research. The goal of this prize is to promote successful collaborations between industry and public research while demonstrating both their economic effectiveness and their potential for innovation. This year, the 2nd prize was awarded to Adrien Loseille (from Gamma3) for his work in adaptive meshing in collaboration with Charles Leca, CEO of Lemma.


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