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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 2009

Institute of Chemistry (INC)

  • Bruno BERGE, section 11 (also recommended by INP)
  • Sylvie DERENNE, section 16
  • Jieping ZHU, section 12

Institute of Ecology and Environment (INEE)

  • Françoise BUREL, section 20
  • Henri WEIMERSKIRCH, section 29

Institute of Physics (INP)

  • Elisabeth CHARLAIX, section 5
  • Stephan FAUVE, section 2

National Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics (IN2P3)

  • Pierre ASTIER, section 3

Institute of Biological Sciences (INSB)

  • Bruno ANTONNY, section 23
  • Daniel CHOQUET, section 24
  • Valérie DOYE, section 22
  • Sylviane MULLER, section 30 (also recommended by Industrial Policy Direction)

Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (INSHS)

  • Françoise FORGES, section 37
  • Serge PAUGAM, section 36
  • Jacqueline VAISSIÈRE, section 34 (also recommended by INST2I)

Institute for Mathematical Sciences (INSMI)

  • Jean-François LE GALL, section 1

Institute of Information and Engineering Sciences and Technologies (INST2I)

  • Yves BRECHET, section 9
  • Olivier GASCUEL, section 7

National Institute for Earth Sciences and Astronomy (INSU)

  • Mathilde CANNAT, section 18
  • Yannick MELLIER, section 17

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