Sites Inria

Version française

2015 Prize Winners

© UPMC / L. Ardhuin

Inria Awards 2015

Benoît Perthame : Inria – French Académie des sciences Grand Prize

AB -

Leading mathematician Benoît Perthame is a key personality in the international scientific community. A specialist in kinetic equations, he has been a pioneer in the field of "bio maths" since the 2000s. His mathematical modelling of Darwin's theory of evolution, his studies on cancer or the organisation of cellular communities all demonstrate his capacity to invent new concepts and develop analysis tools applied to the life sciences.

More

© Inria / D. Grandmougin

Inria Awards 2015

Véronique Cortier : Inria–French Académie des sciences Young Researcher Award

AB - 24/09/2015

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.

Keywords:

More

© Inria / C. Tourniaire

Inria Awards 2015

Marc Lavielle : Inria – French Académie des Sciences – Dassault Systèmes Innovation Award

AB -

Using statistics as a modern tool in order to better address the major health issues of our time: therein lies the challenge that Marc Lavielle has set himself. By reconciling high-level scientific work and a unique ability to build on industrial partnerships, he has succeeded in developing an innovative solution that today benefits the entire pharmaceutical industry.

More

Inria Awards 2015

The HAL-Inria project team : Support for Research and Innovation Award

AB -

The HAL-Inria platform aims to promote scientific publication, visibility and peer review. Launched in 2005, the HAL (Hyper Articles en Ligne) open access repository has become an essential tool for the research community. The 2015 Support for Research and Innovation Inria Award has been awarded to the HAL-Inria development team working in collaboration with CNRS.

Keywords:

More

Inria Awards 2015

The Inria Helpdesk project team : Research Support Department Award

AB -

The Inria information system user support service has been unified around a single point of contact: the Helpdesk dialogue portal. Straightforward for users, it has been completely revamped based on a service catalogue, consolidated processes, a methodology and a common language. Its deployment required the coordination of 15 support teams. All of the actors received training prior to the launch in January 2015.

Keywords:

More

Top