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Mathematician Claire Voisin, the winner of the 2016 CNRS gold medal
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Mathematician Claire Voisin, winner of the 2016 CNRS gold medal, during her inaugural lecture on 2 June 2016 at the Collège de France. After thirty years as a research scientist at the CNRS, she is today a full professor and holder of the new Chair of Algebraic Geometry at the Collège de France. During her career she has received a large number of awards, including the CNRS silver medal in 2006 and the Clay Mathematics Institute Prize in 2008. Her research work is especially focused on the topology of projective Kähler manifolds and Hodge theory.