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CNRS Bronze medalists

The CNRS Bronze Medal recognizes a researcher's first work, which makes that person a specialist with talent in a particular field. This medal is a way for the CNRS to encourage the researcher to continue work that has met with initial success and already produced fruitful results.

 

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Bronze Medal Winners for 2015

Institute of Biological Sciences (INSB)

  • Hugo Aguilaniu
  • Alexey Aleksandrov
  • Susana Coelho
  • Alice Meunier
  • Carole Peyrin
  • Astrid Pinzano
  • Sandrine Roulland
  • Evi Soutoglou
  • Ipek Yalcin Christmann

Institute of Chemistry (INC)

  • Stellios Arseniyadis
  • Wiebke Drenckhan
  • Malene Jensen
  • Houria Kabbour
  • Carine Michel
  • Benjamin Rotenberg

Institute of Ecology and Environment (INEE)

  • Laurent Bruxelles
  • Éric Ferrage
  • Hélène Morlon

Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (INSHS)

  • Jenny Andersson
  • Grégory Delaplace
  • Guillaume Jacques
  • Amélie Le Renard
  • Phu Nguyen-Van
  • Élise Voguet
  • Anaïs Wion
  • Laetitia Zecchini

Institute for Information Sciences and Technologies (INS2I)

  • Éric Fusy
  • Nicolas Mansard

Institute for Engineering and Systems Sciences (INSIS)

  • Guillaume Baffou
  • Angela Madeo
  • Anne-Virginie Salsac

Institute for Mathematical Sciences (INSMI)

  • Fanny Kassel

Institute of Physics (INP)

  • Alicja Domaracka-Rousseau
  • Oleg Lisovyi
  • Laura Thevenard
  • Angela Vella

National Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics (IN2P3)

  • Zaida Conesa del Valle

National Institute for Earth Sciences and Astronomy (INSU)

  • Pierre Beck
  • Sébastien Fromang
  • Panayotis Lavvas

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