CNRS Silver Medal for Patricia Reynaud-Bouret

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Published on May 6, 2021 Updated on May 6, 2021

Patricia Reynaud-Bouret was awarded this year the CNRS Silver Medal for her work in statistics of Hawkes processes. 

The silver medal is awarded to researchers who are already recognized nationally and internationally. Researchers are awarded for the quality, originality and importance of their work. 

Patricia Reynaud-Bouret is a CNRS Research Director (Jean Alexandre Dieudonné Laboratory) and holds a 3IA Chair in “Modeling and estimating learning” (Axis 3: AI for Computational Biology and Bio-inspired AI). She also directs the interdisciplinary institute NeuroMod dedicated to modeling in neuroscience and cognition. She studies stochastic modeling and statistical analysis. 

Congratulations to our 3IA chair for the excellence of her work!