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2016 Prize Winners

The Inria awards ceremony took place in Paris next November 30th. Here are the prize-winners distinguished by the institute, the French Académie des sciences and Dassault Systèmes !

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Inria Awards 2016

Cordelia Schmid : Inria – French Académie des sciences Grand Prize

Citizen Press - 21/11/2016

Cordelia Schmid, recognised as one of the worlds’ leading specialists in computer aided vision, heads up the Thoth project team at Inria’s Grenoble Rhône-Alpes research centre. Her research is dedicated to artificial vision, and more particularly the automatic interpretation of digital images and videos. She has made fundamental contributions in the field of representation of images and videos and in visual learning, allowing objects, and indeed actions and places, to be recognised by drawing on massive databases of images and videos. Her outstanding career in computer aided vision, spanning over two decades, has won her the Inria-Académie des sciences Grand Prize Award.

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Inria Awards 2016

Karthikeyan Bhargavan : Inria–French Académie des sciences Young Researcher Award

Citizen Press - 21/11/2016

Karthikeyan Bhargavan, an Inria director of research specialised in the security of data exchanges on the Internet, has just received the Inria Young Researcher Award. This latest award comes in recognition of his excellent knowledge of programming languages, Internet protocols and cryptography. He has followed an unusual career to acquire this interdisciplinary expertise.

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Inria Awards 2016

Marc Pouzet : Inria – French Académie des sciences – Dassault Systèmes Innovation Award

Citizen Press - 21/11/2016

Winner of the Inria – Académie des sciences – Dassault Systèmes Award for Innovation, Marc Pouzet is a specialist in synchronous languages. His research concerns the design, semantics and implementation of programming languages to be used in embedded systems. Among other things, his research has led to the development of SCADE KCG 6, a language and environment used to make critical software for aircraft and trains.

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Inria Awards 2016

The multiservice team responsible for setting up the InriaTech Initiative in Lille : Inria's Support for Research and Innovation Award

Fanny Cantarero - 21/11/2016

In April 2015, the Inria Lille – Nord Europe research centre launched InriaTech, a technology transfer platform designed to increase the exchanges with companies, many of which are local. Result of a collective dynamic, this pilot initiative is an central element of the Institut’s national policy of promoting such transfers. The multiservice team responsible for setting up InriaTech is receiving the award for its involvement in the creation of this ‘innovation accelerator’.

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Inria Awards 2016

The multiservice team in charge of the relocation of the Rocquencourt centre to Paris : Research Support Department Inria Award

AB - 21/11/2016

In December 2015, Inria's IT and general services departments orchestrated the move of the Paris research centre to the "Trio Daumesnil" buildings in the capital’s 12th arrondissement. It was a real challenge for these teams, who had to fit out the new premises and organise the move -  all within a very short period of time, and without disturbing the work of the researchers. The Inria 2016 support services award recognises this great collective success.

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