The Inria - French Académie des sciences Young Researcher Award
This prize rewards a scientist under 40 years who made a major contribution through its research , transfer or innovation to the field of computer science and mathematics (Grant: € 20,00).
Inria Awards 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.
Inria Awards 2015
A specialist in network security protocols, Véronique Cortier devises solutions today that will make digital life more secure tomorrow. Her work includes the development of Belenios, an open source voting system. She adheres to the credo that trusting one’s computer is generally a bad idea.
Inria Awards 2014
Paola Goatin, a member of the Inria Opale project team, is a mathematician who conducts research with very practical applications to optimize road traffic and manage crowds. While she has sometimes wondered about the prospects that could offer her taste for mathematics, she has always followed her instincts. This has brought her a great deal of success, including the Inria – French Académie des sciences Young Researcher Award showing Paola Goatin that she has made the right choices.
Inria Awards 2013
Currently head of the HYBRID team, Anatole Lécuyer was recently awarded the lnria - Académie des Sciences (French Academy of Sciences) young researcher prize. As well as considering this reward a personal honour, he also views it as a form of recognition for his research fields, virtual reality and brain-computer interfaces, which are still relatively "young" and little-known.
- Anatole Lecuyer
- Inria Award
- Human-machine interaction
- Brain-computer interfaces
- Video game
- Virtual reality
Inria Awards 2012
A trained mathematician, Francis Bach has become an internationally acknowledged specialist in the field of statistical machine learning. A field he has been boldly exploring for some ten years now. His research at the interface between applied mathematics, statistics, and computer science finds applications in an impressive variety of domains, such as artificial vision, processing of audio signals, bioinformatics, and cerebral imaging.
Inria Awards 2011
As the first winner of the Inria Young Researcher Award , Bruno Lévy sees himself, once again, comforted in his groundbreaking choices to associate applied mathematics and IT to model 3D objects using a computer, whether for video games or for digital simulation.