CNRS Medals 2021
Sorbonne University has ten CNRS medal winners in its laboratories.
Each year, the CNRS (the French National Scientific Research Center) rewards those who have made exceptional contributions to research. This year, Sorbonne University is very proud to have ten researchers awarded medals in its laboratories: three silver medals, four bronze medals and three crystal medals.
Congratulations to the winners!
The Silver Medal
The Silver Medal recognizes researchers for the originality, quality and importance of their work, recognized at the national and international levels.
- Cathy CLERBAUX - Atmospheres and Space Observations Laboratory (LATMOS - CNRS/University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines/Sorbonne University)
- Valentina EMILIANI - Vision Institute (CNRS/Sorbonne University/Inserm)
- Anke LINDNER - Physics and mechanics of heterogeneous media (PMMH - CNRS/Sorbonne University/ESPCI Paris/University of Paris)
The Bronze Medal
The Bronze Medal rewards the first works of researchers who are specialists in their field. This distinction represents an encouragement from the CNRS to pursue research that is already well underway and fruitful.
- Ines DRINNENBERG - Dynamics of the nucleus (CNRS/Sorbonne University/ Institut Curie)
- Michaël GASPERONI - Roland Mousnier Center (CRM - CNRS/Sorbonne University)
- Juliette PIERRE - Jean le Rond d'Alembert Institute (DALEMBERT - CNRS/Sorbonne University)
- Suzie PROTIÈRE - Jean le Rond d'Alembert Institute (DALEMBERT - CNRS/Sorbonne University)
The Crystal Medal
The Crystal Medal distinguishes women and men, research support staff, who by their creativity, their technical mastery and their sense of innovation, contribute alongside researchers to the advancement of knowledge and the excellence of French research.
- Francis HULIN-HUBARD - Computer Science Laboratory of Sorbonne University (CNRS/Sorbonne University)
- Didier COURTIADE - Physics Laboratory of the ENS (CNRS, ENS Paris, Sorbonne University, University of Paris)
- Sophie LOEILLET - DIG-CANCER