André Seznec receives the Inria Innovation Award - Académie des sciences - Dassault Systèmes

Submitted on 24/11/2022
portrait  André Seznec @com Inria
portrait  André Seznec @com Inria

Congratulations to André Seznec who receives this new award, proof of his expertise in the field of microprocessor architecture.

André Seznec - Inria researcher, formerly head of the Architecture department at IRISA and member of the PACAP team - has been conducting research on microprocessor architecture for 40 years. He designed and built a first prototype of a matrix computation gas pedal. Then, he developed cache memory architectures (the part of memory that temporarily stores data to speed up a computer's computations) and branch prediction mechanisms (the features that predict the outcome of a branch and thus optimize pipeline usage). His research work has made him a key international reference thanks to his development suggestions to the main microprocessor manufacturers.

André Séznec is available since the beginning of 2021, and is currently working for Intel.

More information

  •  André Séznec Read the article in Inria site web
  • The Inria - Académie des sciences - Dassault Systèmes Innovation Prize: this award is given to a scientist, or a team of scientists (maximum of six people), working in a French institution or emeritus of a French institution, and who have been particularly active in the field of transfer and innovation in the field of computer science and mathematics.