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Antoine Browaeys awarded the CNRS Médaille d’Argent 2021

Pasqal’s Chief Science Officer, Antoine Browaeys, was awarded this year’s Médaille d’Argent (Silver Medal) from CNRS, the French National Centre for Scientific Research. This prestigious award “recognises researchers for the originality, quality and importance of their work, recognised nationally and internationally.”

Antoine Browaeys, recipient of the Médaille d’argent du CNRS 2021.

 

Antoine is a researcher at the Charles Fabry laboratory and he co-founded Pasqal in March 2019. This medal acknowledges his work on trapped individual atoms, optical tweezer arrays and Rydberg atoms, which lies at the core of Pasqal’s technology.

On behalf of the entire team, Pasqal’s CEO, George-Olivier Reymond, warmly congratulates Antoine for this remarkable and truly well-deserved achievement.

 

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