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Xavier Leroy © Inria / Photo G. Scagnelli

Inria Awards 2018

Xavier Leroy : Inria - French Académie des sciences Grand Prize

In November 2018, Xavier Leroy will join the Collège de France as the ‘Software Sciences’ chair. A marvellous acknowledgement for the architect of two great Inria successes: the functional programming language OCaml and the formally verified compiler CompCert.

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Stéphane Cotin © Inria / Photo Kaksonen

Inria Awards 2018

Stéphane Cotin : Inria – French Académie des Sciences – Dassault Systèmes Innovation Award

In the 18th century, Angélique du Coudray laid the foundations of medical simulation by training 5,000 midwives using fabric models – and saving many lives in the process. Today, Stéphane Cotin has adopted the same approach, with resources at the cutting edge of research into numerical simulation.

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Inria Awards 2018

Pierre-Yves Oudeyer : Inria – French Académie des Sciences Young Researcher Award

Can artificial intelligence help us to better understand natural intelligence? Pierre-Yves Oudeyer cultivates a vision of artificial intelligence that is as close as possible to the living world. A vision in which machines are at the service of humans. His guiding principle is looking to mechanisms of intrinsic motivation to enable humans and machines to progress in autonomous learning.

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Exposition SHAPE Prix Inria 2018 © Inria / Photo G. Scagnelli

Inria Awards 2018

From Shape to the digital inventors exhibition : Research Support Award

On paper, the only things Marie-Pierre Diquelou, Thierry Boche and Rémy Taillefer had in common were working at Inria in Rocquencourt and a certain interest in history. And yet, together, they have devised and produced a vast retrospective exhibition for Inria's 50th anniversary.

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Sonarqube Prix Inria 2018

Inria Awards 2018

SonarQube@Inria : Research Support Award

Christophe Demarey, Hervé Mathieu, Florent Pruvost and Didier Vojtisek are engineers in the Experimentation and Development departments (SED) at the Lille, Bordeaux and Rennes research centres, and Guillaume Cassonnet is an engineer in the IT department in Bordeaux. Together they have developed a platform for the analysis and continuous control of software quality, aimed at all of the Inria research teams.

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