ERCIM News 75

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October 2008
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In Brief

Three Researchers from INRIA Receive ERC Advanced Grants

The European Research Council awarded three INRIA researchers in the "Advanced Grant" category in the domains of physical sciences and engineering: Serge Abiteboul and Olivier Faugeras, research directors at INRIA, and RĂ©mi Abgrall, professor at the University of Bordeaux I, seconded to INRIA.

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Changes in the Italian Delegates on the ERCIM Board

The new member of the ERCIM Board of Directors for CNR is Professor Francesco Beltrame, Director of the Department for Information and Communications Technologies of the Italian National Research Council. ..

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Nicholas Ayache wins the 2008 Microsoft Award

On 20 October in London, the Royal Society and the French Academy of Sciences give the Microsoft 2008 Award to Nicholas Ayache, a research director at INRIA. The honour rewards the outstanding work by this researcher, a pioneer in computational medical image analysis.

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New CWI spin-off MonetDB B.V.

To stimulate commercial applications and to disseminate scientific research, CWI founded MonetDB B.V. This independent company will market software products to enhance societal and economic impact of research results.

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World Wide Web Foundation

Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, unveiled on 14 September 2008 the World Wide Web Foundation, to fulfill a vision of the Web as humanity connected by technology.

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European Technology Platforms Evaluated

European Science and Research Commissioner Janez Potočnik has welcomed the results of a recent evaluation of the 34 European Technology Platforms (ETPs). At a meeting of industrial leaders of European Technology Platforms on 30 September, Commissioner Potočnik praised the ETPs, calling them 'unique and exceptional', and welcomed the results of the survey as overwhelmingly positive.

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