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Guy Pujolle awarded the France Telecom Prize of the Academy of Sciences

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Guy Pujolle, Awarded Telecom Prize from the Academy of Sciences

Guy Pujolle, a professor-researcher in computer science at LIP6 (UPMC/CNRS), has received the France Telecom Award from the Academy of Sciences.

This award recognizes researchers or engineers in France that are performing fundamental or applied research in telecommunications, and may have a significant impact on services, networks, equipment or components. Responsible for the PHARENouvelle fenêtre team working on the Post- IP, Guy Pujolle received the award for his research on telecommunications networks. A pioneer in the development of Internet networks at very high speed and the tools to master these networks, Guy Pujolle contributed to the first global network at 1 billion bits per second (1 Gbit/s ) in the early 80s and again in 2005 with technical virtual networks for a better use of network resources. Member of the IUF (Institut Universitaire de France) for his research excellence, Guy Pujolle is the author of over 300 publications and twenty books, and has co-founded six companies.


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Interview with Guy Pujolle on his company UcopiaNouvelle fenêtre (in French)

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