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CNRS Silver Medalists

The CNRS Silver Medal honors researchers who are only at the beginning of their rise to fame, but who are already recognized nationally and internationally for the originality, quality, and importance of their work.

 

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Silver Medal Winners for 2003

Nuclear and Particle Physics

  • Vanina RUHLMANN-KLEIDER, section 3

Physical Sciences and Mathematics

  • Lucia REINING, section 5
  • Pierre LEDOUSSAL, section 2

Communication and Information Science and Technology

  • Phillippe CINQUIN, section 7

Engineering Sciences

  • Joseph GRIL, section 9

Chemical Sciences

  • Mathieu JOANICOT, section 15
  • Dominique MASSIOT, section 17

Sciences of the Universe

  • Michel CAMPILLO, section 11
  • Louis LE SERGEANT D'HENDECOURT, section 14

Life Sciences

  • Jean-Michel CLAVERIE, section 21
  • Jacques BARHANIN, section 22 
  • Alain DOUCET, section 26
  • Jean DUBUISSON, section 24

Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Jean Claude SCHMITT, section 32
  • Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA, section 37
  • François WAQUET-POINT, section 35

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