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Bourse ERC - Consolidator Grants

The ERC Consolidator Grants  is aimed at young scientists (seven to twelve years after the thesis) enabling them to build up a research team around an original theme. Discover our successful applicants.

Francis Bach - © Inria / photo C. Morel

European Research Council 2016

Francis Bach, winner of a 2016 ERC Consolidator Grant

13/12/2016

Francis Bach, leader of the Sierra project-team at Inria's Paris centre has just been awarded a 2016 European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant. His speciality? Machine learning. On the frontiers of mathematics, computer science and statistics, it optimizes the processing of big data.

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Karthik Bhargavan

European Research Council 2015

Karthik Bhargavan - ERC Consolidator Grants 2015

8/01/2016

Karthik Bhargavan, an INRIA director of research specialising in the security of data exchanges on the Internet, has just been awarded a Consolidator Grantby the European Research Council(1). This achievement, which is testament to a journey that is as exemplary as it is atypical, offers interesting prospects to the researcher and his team.

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European Research Council 2014

ERC Consolidator Grant for Martin Vohralík

Hélène Robak - 29/01/2015

Can we guarantee the accuracy in numerical simulations? And can we make the different components of numerical algorithms interact more efficiently so as to speed-up the present-day simulations up to orders of magnitude? These are the questions asked in the European Research Council (ERC) consolidator project GATIPOR (Guaranteed fully adaptive algorithms with tailored inexact solvers for complex porous media flows) of Martin Vohralík.

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European Research Council 2014

Steve Kremer: how can we make electronic voting secure?

Olivier Constant - 9/02/2015

Although electronic voting is still relatively uncommon, it could soon replace the traditional ballot paper. Faced with the risk of piracy, we require new digital tools in order to guarantee voting probity. This is the subject of the research project being carried out by Steve Kremer, recipient of aConsolidator Grantawarded by the European Research Council (ERC).

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