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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.

Portrait de Nicholas Ayache © INRIA / Photo C. Lebedinsky

European Research Council 2011

"Medical Imagery and I.T.: the personalised digital patient"

Françoise Breton - 25/01/2012

Nicholas Ayache is the 2011 winner of an ERC grant worth 2.5 million Euros, aimed at experienced researchers. With many years of commitment to researching the analysis and simulation of medical images, he will now be able to rise to a major challenge: to design digital models of organs and pathologies enabling the incorporation of a patient's medical images and the simulation of the progress of their pathology and the suitability of the treatments before they are applied.

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André Seznec © INRIA / Photo G. Favier - Agence Vu

European Research Council 2010

André Seznec: defying the laws of computing

Gérard Paget - 3/12/2010

Since 1983, André Seznec has focused his research on the architecture of computers. With his Inria - Université de Rennes 1 joint team, this recognised researcher works on enhancing performance and making parallel architectures more accessible. He recently received the ERC European grant in the "advanced grant" category. Interview with the scientist.

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European Research Council 2013

Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, advanced grant ERC 2013

Patrick Philipon, Technoscope - 19/09/2013

Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, one of Inria's four successful applicants to the European Research Council, has obtained an "advanced" grant, intended for experienced researchers, for his Gudhi project.

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European Research Council

Wendy Mackay: aiming for real human-computer interaction

Nathaly Mermet - 26/03/2013

With a European Research Council (ERC) prize to her name, Wendy Mackay is delighted to be able to explore radical innovations in computer-user interfaces.

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European Research Council 2010

Jean Ponce: from photo to video

Cécile Michaut - 30/11/2010

A renowned specialist in shape recognition in photos, Jean Ponce, professor at France's École Normale Supérieure, moved into the field of video a few years ago. To support his work he recently received an ERC advanced grant. His goal is to automatically analyse and process films no matter what sequences or camera movements they contain, in order to archive, modify or restore them. This work is of particular interest to video effects designers.

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European Research Council 2009

Marie-France Sagot: a researcher in symbiosis with her subject

Marie-France Sagot, the Bamboo project team leader, was selected by the ERC in 2009 in the "experienced researcher" category. Exploring symbiosis, a phenomenon that some consider a key factor in evolution, her Sisyphe project fully meets the definition of research "at the frontiers of knowledge".

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Serge Abiteboul  © Inria / Photo C. Lebedinsky © Inria / Photo C. Lebedinsky

European Research Council 2008

Serge Abiteboul: Webdam, improved web data management

The database theory on which data management systems are based is not appropriate for the web. Within his Webdam project, funded by the European Research Council (ERC) since December 2008, Serge Abiteboul proposes developing suitable mathematical foundations with, as the outcome, better quality of service and improved performance.

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Olivier Faugeras © INRIA / Photo C. Lebedinsky

European Research Council 2008

Olivier Faugeras: Nervi, modelling visual perception

Fully in line with the research conducted with his ODYSSÉE team, Olivier Faugeras has launched a sizeable project, called NERVI, the aim of which is to build a mathematical theory of how human visual perception works and confirm it with conventional brain imaging tools.

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Rémi Abgrall  © INRIA / Photo Kaksonen

European Research Council 2008

Rémi Abgrall: Addecco, radically changing models in dynamics

Simplifying numerical computation models such as simulations of aerodynamic phenomena used in the aeronautics, automotive or indeed aerospace industries is the objective for Rémi Abgrall, who has obtained a grant from the European Research Council to test new numerical methods within his ADDECCO project.

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