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15/01/14

Go to A UPMC doctorate has won the International Daniel Jouvance Award05.03.2015

A UPMC doctorate has won the International Daniel Jouvance Award

The Daniel Jouvance International Award 2014 has been attributed to Marine Landa.

The scientist conducted her thesis at the Microbial Oceanography Laboratory (LOMIC) joint research unit UPMC/CNRS, part of the oceanographic observatory of Banyuls sur Mer. Entitled "The relationship between dissolved ...

Go to Véronique Perdereau, awarded a Stars of Europe trophy18.12.2013

Véronique Perdereau, awarded a Stars of Europe trophy

Professor at the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics ( ISIR-UPMC/CNRS ) and coordinator of the HANDLE project, Véronique Perdereau was awarded the Star of Europe during the launching ceremony of the European Programme 2020 on Monday, 16th December, 2013.

Through multidisciplinary research, the HANDLE project's ambition is to use a robotic hand to reproduce the mechanisms at work in the human understanding and manipulation. ...

Go to Cédric Villani, new member of the French Academy of Sciences 13.12.2013

Cédric Villani, new member of the French Academy of Sciences

Director of the Institut Henri Poincaré (CNRS/UPMC) and professor of mathematics at the University of Lyon 1, Cédric Villani was elected member of the French Academy of Sciences on December 10, 2013.

The mathematician's main research centered on kinetic theory and statistical fluid mechanics and ...

Go to Laure Saint-Raymond, youngest elected to the Academy of Science13.12.2013

Laure Saint-Raymond, youngest elected to the Academy of Science

38-year-old Laure Saint-Raymond became the youngest member elected to the French Academy of Sciences in the section of mechanical and computer science on December 10, 2013.

She is a professor of mathematics at UPMC and at the École normale supérieure - Ulm. She is also member of Jacques-Louis Lions Laboratory ( ...

Go to Lamia Braci receives the France Quality Performance Award, Student Category09.12.2013

Lamia Braci receives the France Quality Performance Award, Student Category

A doctoral candidate in process and high-technology engineering, Lamia Braci won the France Quality Performance Prize, in the Student category on 28 novembre 2013. 

This award recognizes her professional thesis on the feasibility of appliying the ISO 50001 standard across the company GRTgaz (the GDF SUEZ - Gas Infrastructure Company). ...

Go to Seven UPMC Doctoral Candidates Received L’Oréal-UNESCO Women in Science Scholarships.15.10.2013

Seven UPMC Doctoral Candidates Received L’Oréal-UNESCO Women in Science Scholarships.

October 14, 2013: The L'Oréal-UNESCO Women in Science Scholarships are awarded every year to 25 young women scientists in the second year of their PhD for the quality and potential of their research. This year, seven UPMC doctoral candidates received this scholarship.

 

 

 

Olga Mula Hernandez is a doctoral ...

Go to Frédéric Hecht, winner of the EADS Corporate Foundation Academy of Science Award14.10.2013

Frédéric Hecht, winner of the EADS Corporate Foundation Academy of Science Award

Professor at the Jacques-Louis Lions Laboratory (CNRS/UPMC), Frédéric Hecht has received the 2013 EADS Corporate Foundation Academy of Sciences Award in the category Sciences and engineering.

Professor at the Jacques-Louis Lions laboratory (CNRS/UPMC), Frédéric Hecht was awarded the 2013 EADS Corporate ...

Go to Valérie Masson-Delmotte, Awarded the Irène Joliot-Curie26.09.2013

Valérie Masson-Delmotte, Awarded the Irène Joliot-Curie

Valérie Masson-Delmotte, with an habilitation to supervise research from UPMC in 2004 on the theme of climate variability and water cycle, received the Irène Joliot-Curie in the category Woman Scientist of the Year. 

Valérie Masson-Delmott holds a doctorate from the Ecole Centrale de Paris in fluid physics ...

Go to Sylvain Haupert Receives the 2013 CNRS Crystal Prize 03.09.2013

Sylvain Haupert Receives the 2013 CNRS Crystal Prize

Sylvain Haupert, a research engineer in biomedical engineering in the parametric imaging laboratory (CNRS/UPMC), receives the 2013 CNRS Crystal Prize.

 

Sylvain Haupert studies the mechanical properties of bone, especially its non-linear elastic behavior. He developed a technique based on the principle ...

Go to Matthew Sollogoub, Winner of the Verdaguer Prize from the Foundation Institute of France 30.07.2013

Matthew Sollogoub, Winner of the Verdaguer Prize from the Foundation Institute of France

Professor of Organic Chemistry at UPMC, Matthew Sollogoub received the Verdaguer Award, a prize given annually, based on nominations from the French Academy of Sciences and Fine Arts for exceptional work in arts, letters or sciences. 

As the team leader for "Glycochemistry organic, biological and supramolecular" at ...

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