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Inria Awards 2017

Olivier Gascuel : Inria – French Académie des sciences Grand Prize

Thirty years ago, biology was basically test tubes, microscopes and Petri dishes. Today scientists are just as likely to be sitting at a computer, thanks in part to Olivier Gascuel, a pioneer in bioinformatics, who is now Director of the Institut Pasteur Center of Bioinformatics, Biostatistics and Integrative Biology (C3BI).

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Inria Awards 2017

The multiservice team of "Espace Login" : Research Support Departement Inria Award

This year, the Research Support Department Inria Award was won by a 'multiservice' team. Nine collaborators from Inria Grenoble-Rhône-Alpes are rewarded for their involvement in the creation of 'Espace Login', a showroom open to all that shows, demonstrates and explains the results of the work carried out by the centre's teams. 

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Inria Awards 2017

Anne-Marie Kermarrec : Inria - French Académie des sciences - Dassault Systèmes Innovation Award

After thirteen years heading up the ASAP project team at the Inria Centre in Rennes, Anne-Marie Kermarrec recently spread her wings to create her own start-up, Mediego. It is the economic outcome of two decades of research on large-scale distributed systems.

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Inria Awards 2017

Mazyar Mirrahimi : Inria - French Académie des sciences Young Researcher Award

From Tehran to rue Simone Riff in the 12tharrondissement of Paris, with periods in Pasadena, and Yale, Mazyar Mirrahimi has travelled extensively and met many people along the way. However it is his remarkable academic career and pioneering research on quantum systems measurement and control that earned this Research Director and leader of the Quantic Team the Inria Young Researcher Award.

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Inria Awards 2017

International Partnerships Team : Inria Support for Research and Innovation Award

In 2013, the team responsible for the European Research Area received the Inria Support for Research and Innovation Award. Four years later, and following a merger with the institute's International Relations department, the new European and International Partnerships Department (EIPD) is rewarded through international partnership officers Angélica Biard, Tania Castro and Laura Norcy, as well as Julie Pomponne, management assistant for the whole of the DPEI. 

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