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The ERC Advanced Grants is aimed at confirmed scientists, enabling them to propose a topic that breaks with their research activities. Discover our successful applicants.

European Research Council 2017

François Baccelli, winner of an ERC Advanced Grant

19/04/2018

The European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grants are awarded each year to senior scientists to reward the excellence of their research work and to enable them to carry out an exploratory project over five years.

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European Research Council 2017

ERC Advanced Grant for George Drettakis

Anne Schneider - 12/04/2018

George Drettakis, Inria research director at the Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre and head of the Grapdeco project-team, specialist in Computer Graphics, has just received the European Research Council (ERC) grant in the Advanced category for the FUNGRAPH proposal "A New Foundation for Computer Graphics with Inherent Uncertainty".

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photo de Xavier Pennec, directeur de recherche Inria ©A.Macarri-Université Côte d'Azur.

European Research Council 2017

ERC Advanced Grant for Xavier Pennec

Anne Schneider - 11/04/2018

Xavier Pennec, Inria research director at the Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée centre in the Epione team, has just received the European Research Council (ERC) grant in the Advanced category for the G-Statistics project "Foundations of Geometric Statistics and Their Application in the Life Sciences".

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European Research Council 2015

Launch of the ONE project: meeting with Michel Beaudouin-Lafon

Charlotte Renauld - 3/10/2016

Last spring Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, member of EX-SITU, a joint LRI and Inria Saclay Île-de-France centre team, received an ERC Advanced Grant for his ONE project. The aim of the project is to fundamentally rethink the basic principles and the conceptual model of interactive systems, in order to enable users to take ownership of their digital environment. The project begins on 1 October 2016 with the arrival to the team of a first PhD student. The project foresees the recruitment of five PhD students, two engineers and proposes six years of post-docs.

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Christine Guillemot, directrice de recherche Inria

European Research Council 2015

Christine Guillemot, 2015 ERC Advanced Grant winner

Nathalie Lacaux - 14/04/2016

Christine Guillemot, research director at the Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique research centre, has just been awarded a European Research Council Advanced Grant. The goal of the programme is to provide talented researchers with the means to conduct a ground-breaking, high-risk five-year exploratory research project in Europe independent of an established scientific programme or national or disciplinary scientific development strategy.

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European Research Council 2013

“Social robots will feature much more in our daily lives”

Martin Bellet, citizen press - 22/10/2013

Specialist in visual and auditory perception, Radu Horaud, leader of the Perception research team at Inria Grenoble–Rhône-Alpes, has been awarded an Advanced Grant from the European Research Council. This will enable him to pursue his research into human-robot interaction for another five years.

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European Research Council 2015

Rachid Deriche wins ERC Advanced Grant 2015

Anne Schneider - 27/04/2016

Rachid Deriche, an exceptional grade research director at Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée, where he heads the ATHENA project team, has been awarded a European Research Council grant in the Advanced category for the CoBCoM project, at the crossroad between mathematics, information technology, and neuroimaging.

ERC Advanced Grants are awarded under the "Excellent Science" pillar of the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, and are attributed to senior researchers recognised as leaders in their field and whose proposal for ground-breaking research has the potential to significantly push back the frontiers of science.

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Marie-Paule Cani © Inria / Photo Kaksonen

European Research Council 2011

Marie-Paule Cani wishes to make 3D virtual creation available to all

Isabelle Bellin - 25/01/2012

Thanks to the Advanced Grant awarded to her by the European Research Council (ERC), aimed at experienced researchers, Marie-Paule Cani, a university professor at the INP Grenoble, will finance five years of research into the design of animated virtual shapes within the framework of her IMAGINE team, shared with Inria Grenoble and with the Jean Kuntzmann laboratory (CNRS and Universities of Grenoble). She hopes to make the digital tool as intuitive as simply using pen and paper, and much more efficient.

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European Research Council 2011

Dale Miller: “Making proof universal”

Sophy Caulier - 9/01/2012

As the beneficiary of an ERC Advanced Grant for experienced researchers, Dale Miller has embarked on the difficult path of establishing proof. His aim? In this field, which is highly abstract but which has a definite impact on the real world, he wishes to standardise proof systems and issue certificates for such systems in order to promote greater confidence in them.

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