|07/10/2014 - Pierre Fraigniaud is awarded the Prize for Innovation in Distributed Computing (SIROCCO award) 2014|
During the conference SIROCCO 2014 (International Colloquium on Structural Information and Communication Complexity), Pierre Fraigniaud, Senior Researcher at CNRS, was awarded the Prize for Innovation in Distributed Computing (aka SIROCCO award) for his contribution to the understanding of routing in social networks.
|29/09/2014 - Sylvie Corteel is Editor in Chief of the Journal of Combinatorial Theory Series A|
Sylvie Corteel, Senior Researcher at CNRS, becomes Editor in Chief of the Journal of Combinatorial Theory Series A.
|01/09/2014 - Nomination of Jean Mairesse as Scientific Assistant Director at INS2I|
Jean Mairesse, Senior Researcher at CNRS, was nominated the 1st september 2014 Scientific Assistant Director at INS2I, where he is in charge of the "computer science" domain.
|15/06/2014 - The application Algopol receives the first prize for collaborative research at Futur en Seine|
The 15th of June 2014, the application Algopol, implemented by Stéphane Raux, PhD student at LIAFA/Linkfluence, and conceived by Irène Bastard, PhD student in solciology at Orange Labs within the ANR project Algopol (Cams, LIAFA, Orange Labs, Linkfluence), to study Facebook usages, has received the prize "Or" for collaborative research at the festival Futur en Seine organized by Cap Digital.
|06/03/2014 - Lauren Williams (University of California, Berkeley) has obtained a junior chair from FSMP|
Lauren Williams, which is Associate Professor of Mathematics at the University of California-Berkeley, has won a junior chair from Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris and will spend the year 2014-2015 in the Combinatorics team of LIAFA.
|06/03/2014 - Jean-Éric Pin becomes an EATCS fellow|
Jean-Éric Pin which is Director of Research in the Automata and Application team of LIAFA is among the first recipient of an EATCS fellowship for his outstanding contributions to the algebraic theory of automata and languages in connection with logic, topology, and combinatorics and service to the European TCS community.
|01/01/2014 - Creation of the Federation Paris Centre for Quantum Computing PCQC|
The Paris Centre for Quantum Computing (PCQC) brings together computer scientists, theoretical & experimental physicists and mathematicians that work in Paris. PCQC aspires to break the ground for the establishment of new and realistic applications in quantum information processing by uniquely combining concepts from quantum computation, communication and cryptography and eventually lead the way from a Personal Computer (PC) to a Quantum Computer (QC).
|01/01/2014 - Creation of the Federation in Theoretical Computer Science of Paris Diderot|
The TCS federation of Paris Diderot gathers together the two CNRS labs in Computer Science at the university : LIAFA and PPS. Its main objective is to promote scientific interactions between the two labs, and, more generally, to bringing the two labs closer for preparing their merging on January 1st, 2016. Website: http://www.fifp.univ-paris-diderot.fr