Michael Langille's work was rewarded by the TMS Light Metals Subject Award - Aluminum Alloys. This award recognizes an individual excellence of a paper within a specific subject area presented the preceding year in a Light Metals Division sponsored session at the Annual Meeting. This work was developped thanks to a partnership between PM group, Queen's University and Constellium society and was defended in June 2019.
Jean Rist Medal
Hugo Van Landeghem, a CNRS research associate in Physics of Metals group, was awarded the Jean Rist Medal from SF2M. This Medal is attibuted each year to four young metallurgistswho have distinguished themselves for their scientific and applied works.
Nicolas Cardin, a third year PhD student in EPM group of SIMaP laboratory and in CETHIL laboratory (Lyon), is one of the winner of the Donald M. Ernst prize. This prize rewarded his presentation at the IHPC-IHPS joint conference describing his works on the opportunity to improve heat flat pipe performance by using electric fields.
Nicolas Cardin, a third year PhD student in EPM group of SIMaP laboratory and in CETHIL laboratory (Lyon), was awarded the second prize for the best student presentation at the µFlu'18-NEGF'18 joint conference in Stransbourg, February 28th-March 2nd 2018.
Mid-Term Career Investigator Award
Roberta Poloni, CNRS Research Associate at SIMaP laboratory, is the winner of the Mid-Term Career Investigator Award on the occasion of the celebration of 30 years of Physics at the University of Camerino. A former student of this University, Roberta Poloni has received this award on April 11th 2018 during a ceremony where she gave a seminar about her recent research.
CSMA PhD prize
Alexis FAURE, a SIMaP-SIR group PhD student who defended in October 2017, is one of the winner of the 2017 CSMA (Computational Structural Mechanics Association) PhD prize. This prize has been attributed in the following of the association bi-annual congress that took place in May 2017.
Three Minutes Thesis
Sabrina Fadloun, PhD student at SIMaP laboratory (TOP group) in partnership with CEA-LETI and SPTS, won the Prize of the Public at the International competition of Ma thèse en 180s (Three Minutes Thesis) in Liège this Thursday, September 28th. Sabrina won the National competition (1st prize and Prize of th Public) in Paris last June, she was one of the two french candidates in Liège.
Sabrina Fadloun, PhD student at SIMaP laboratory (TOP group) in partnership with CEA-LETI and SPTS, won the French National competition of Ma thèse en 180s (Three Minutes Thesis) in Paris June 14th, 2017.