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Rémi Parrot, PhD student at Centrale Nantes, received the Best Young Researcher Paper Award at the MSR 2021 conference

Rémi Parrot, a PhD student in the Control and Real-Time Teams at the Laboratory of Digital Sciences of Nantes and of the Renault-Centrale Nantes chair received the Best Young Researcher Paper Award at the MSR 2021 conference.

on December 22, 2021

Rémi Parrot, PhD student at Centrale Nantes, has received the Best Young Researcher Paper Award at the MSR 2021 conference
Rémi Parrot, PhD student at Centrale Nantes, has received the Best Young Researcher Paper Award at the MSR 2021 conference

The Modeling of Reactive Systems conference deals with the modeling, analysis and control of reactive and real-time systems. It brings together researchers and industrialists interested in the design of applications that are based on either continuous, discrete or hybrid systems. It was held on 8-9 November 2021 at the CNAM.

Rémi Parrot, a PhD student in the Control Control and Real-Time teams of the Laboratory of Digital Sciences of Nantes (LS2N), the Renault-Centrale Nantes chair and the MathSTIC Doctoral School (MathSTIC), received the Best Young Researcher Paper Award for his publication: Timed Petri Nets for Design and verification of pipelined circuits used in automatic generation of VHDL code for EV chargers.

Rémi Parrot is also a team member of the Renault-Centrale Nantes chair on electric vehicles.
 
Published on December 22, 2021 Updated on January 3, 2022