Alice Briole, Edwige Cyffers and Aurora Pignata, all graduates of the ENS Lyon, have been awarded grants from the L'Oréal-UNESCO program to support the involvement of young women in scientific research.
Sabine Fourrier (HiSoMA) and Hervé Piégay (EVS) are among the 24 national laureates. Both of them would like to share this medal with their teams. Congratulations also to our 4 Alumni Ludovic Berthier, Isabelle Cantat, Jeanne Crassous and Ludovic Orlando, also distinguished by the CNRS.
CNRS researcher at CIRI since February 1st, 2023, Abdelrahim Zoued works on the Legionella pneumophila bacterium. He received the Jacques Monod Foundation 2022 Prize, awarded by the Fondation de France, for his research project on the pathogen-host interface during infections.
Congratulations to Elsa Boulet, PhD in sociology (Max Weber Center), who was granted the Humanity and Urbanities Prize, and to Jérémy Salaam, PhD in Chemistry (Chemistry Laboratory of ENS de Lyon), who was granted the Science and Engineering Prize.
A tireless promoter of the usefulness and beauty of mathematics, Étienne Ghys is one of the four recipients of this distinction created by the CNRS a year ago, to promote scientific mediation activities.
On Monday, June 20, Laurence Roulleau-Berger chose to receive her medal of merit at ENS de Lyon, presented by Marie Gaille, director of the Institute of Human and Social Sciences. The ceremony, just like Laurence Roulleau-Berger's impressive scientific career, was full of energy, discussion and emotion.
Laurie-Anne Sapey-Triomphe, an ENS de Lyon alumni, and Julien Thiburce, a post-doctoral fellow at the ICAR laboratory, received the "Prix de la Jeune Recherche"* awarded by the Métropole and Ville de Lyon in partnership with the Université de Lyon.
*The Young Research Award
Director of the IT department of ENS de Lyon, Alain Tchana has been rewarded as part of the 10th edition of the “Prix de la Francophonie*” for Young Researchers awarded by the AUF.
*Award for French-speaking countries
The European Geosciences Union (EGU) has named the 50 recipients of 2022 Union Medals and Awards. These individuals are honoured for their important contributions to the Earth, planetary and space sciences.
The Bronze Medal is awarded to early work of researchers who are specialists in their field. This distinction represents an encouragement from the CNRS to pursue research that is well underway and already fruitful.
Vance Bergeron, Ane Aanesland, Livio de Luca, and Orphée Cugat are the 2019 CNRS Innovation Medallists. Since 2011, this CNRS prize has rewarded researchers for their work in the technological, therapeutic, economic, and social fields.
On June 2019, Professor Gilles Chabrier was awarded for his seminal contributions to a variety of astrophysical domains, from planetary to stellar and galactic astronomy.