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EFCE PRESS RELEASE 10/2015
 

EFCE Student Mobility Awards presented at latest chemical engineering congress

EFCE PRESS RELEASE 5/2013


EFCE selects winners of the Student Mobility Awards

EFCE PRESS RELEASE 9/2011


2011 Student Mobility Award winners announced


 

 

 


Highlights

Winners of the EFCE Student Mobility Award 2015
 

On the occasion of the 10th European Congress of Chemical Engineering (ECCE10) in Nice, France, from 27 September to 1 October 2015, the Federation presented the biennial EFCE Student Mobility Award. The award consists of three prizes and seeks to promote mobility amongst European chemical engineering students. The prizes are awarded to the best European students of chemical engineering who have spent one or more semesters studying outside their home country.

An international jury selected this year's prize-winners from 18 applicants representing 9 European countries on account of their excellent academic performance and a one-page essay about their experiences of studying in different countries. They were invited to attend ECCE10+ECAB3+EPIC5 as guests of EFCE.

The winners of the Student Mobility Award 2015 are:

1st Prize: José Francisco Pérez Calvo, Spain
José Francisco Pérez Calvo graduated top of his class with a Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the Complutense University of Madrid. He then went on to study for a Masters (MSc) in chemical engineering at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. As part of his Master’s research project, Pérez Calvo worked at BASF Ludwigshafen, Germany, for three months. He is currently studying for a PhD at ETH Zurich in Switzerland.

2nd Prize: Alberto Lozano Rivas, Spain
Alberto Lozano Rivas is currently a process engineer and Master’s student from the French Institution of Petroleum (IFP) in Paris. Lozano Rivas completed a Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering at the University of Zaragoza, Spain, with an Erasmus placement at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria.

3rd Prize: Canan Dombayci, Turkey
Canan Dombayci, who is currently a PhD student at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain, completed her Master’s degree in chemical engineering from Istanbul Technical University, Turkey. She also spent one year at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, as a research assistant.

Student Mobility Award winners2015

From left to right: Dr Martin Pitt; 2nd prize winner, Alberto Lozano Rivas; 3rd prize winner, Canan Dombayci; 1st prize winner, José Francisco Pérez Calvo; and Professor Jean-Marc Le Lann.

The Award presentation took place on Monday, 28 September 2015 at the ECCE10+ECAB3+EPIC5 Medal & Award ceremony.

More information can be obtained from the EFCE press release 10/2015 "EFCE Student Mobility Awards presented at latest chemical engineering congress".
 


Winners of the EFCE Student Mobility Award 2013
 

On the occasion of the 9th European Congress of Chemical Engineering (ECCE9) in The Hague, The Netherlands, on 21-25 April, for the fifth time the Federation presented the biennial EFCE Student Mobility Award. The award consists of three prizes and seeks to promote mobility amongst European chemical engineering students. The prizes are awarded to the best European students of chemical engineering who have spent one or more semesters studying outside their home country.

An international jury selected this year's prize-winners from 21 applicants representing 11 European countries on account of their excellent academic performance and a one-page essay about their experiences of studying in different countries. They were invited to attend ECCE9 as guests of EFCE.

The winners of the Student Mobility Award 2013 are:

1st Prize: Sandra Temmel, Austria

2nd Prize: Alessandra Pennati, Italy; and Reyes Aibar Abad, Spain

3rd Prize: Marta Bilbao Pardos, Spain; and Emmanouil Papadakis, Greece

The Award presentation took place on Wednesday, 24 April 2013 at the ECCE9 congress dinner.

SMA winners 2013

From left to right: Sandra Temmel, Alessandra Pennati, Marta Bilbao, Professor Jiri Klemes (jury member and EFCE Working Party CAPE Chairman), Reyes Aibar Abad, Emmanouil Papadakis

 
More information can be obtained from the EFCE Press release 5/2013 "EFCE selects winners of Student Mobility Awards"

 


 

Winners of the EFCE Student Mobility Award 2011
 

On the occasion of the 8th European Congress of Chemical Engineering (ECCE8) in Berlin, Germany, on 25-29 September 2011, for the fourth time the Federation presents the biennial EFCE Student Mobility Award. The award consists of three prizes and seeks to promote mobility amongst European chemical engineering students. The prizes are awarded to the best European students of chemical engineering who have spent one or more semesters studying outside their home country.

An international jury selected this year's prize-winners from 18 applicants representing 10 European countries on account of their excellent academic performance and a one-page essay about their experiences of studying in different countries. They were invited to attend ECCE8 as guests of EFCE.

1st Prize: Mr José Carlos Pardo-Torre, Spain
José Pardo-Torre obtained his degree at the University of Zaragoza, Spain, after also studying at Imperial College London, UK, and the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, Germany.

2nd Prize: Ms Anne-Lise Rousseau, France
Anne-Lise Rouseau studied at ENSIC, Nancy, France, where she obtained her degree, after also studying at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, and preparing her diploma thesis at the Air Liquide Research & Technology Center, Frankfurt, Germany.

3rd Prize: Mr Uwe Zang, Germany
Uwe Zang obtained his degree at TU Darmstadt, which included studying at The University of California, Berkeley, USA, and a research project at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Presentation SMA2-web

Award presentation in Berlin, D, 28 September 2011
From left to right: Dr. Hermann Feise (EFCE Scientific Vice-President), José Pardo-Torre, Anne-Lise Rousseau, Uwe Zang, Prof. Martin Pitt (Chair - EFCE Working Party on Education)

 
More information can be obtained from the EFCE press release 9/2011 "2011 Student Mobility Award winners announced"

 


 

Winners of the EFCE Student Mobility Award 2009 


On the occasion of the 8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Montréal, Canada, from 23 to 27 August 2009, for the third time the Federation presented the biennial EFCE Student Mobility Award. The award consists of three prizes and seeks to promote mobility amongst European chemical engineering students. The prizes are awarded to the best European students of chemical engineering who have spent one or more semesters studying outside their home country.
An international jury selected this year's prize-winners from 20 applicants representing 8 European countries on account of their excellent academic performance and a one-page essay about their experiences of studying in different countries. They were invited to attend the WCCE8 as guests of EFCE.

1st Prize: Ms Natacha Bitinis, France
Ms Bitinis has studied at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Industries Chimiques, France; Imperial College London, UK; and Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas/Universidad Menéndez Pelay, Spain, alongside a student placement with GlaxoSmithKline in Cork, Ireland.

2nd Prize: Mr Gerhard Landschützer, Austria
Mr. Landschützer completed courses of study at Polytechnic Universities of Cartagena and of Catalonia, Spain; Avans University, The Netherlands; and Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, during his Bachelor studies in industrial engineering and Master studies in chemical engineering and bioengineering.

3rd Prize: Mr Xavier Mesnier, France
Mr Mesnier has studied at Wageningen University, The Netherlands; University College Cork, Ireland; AgroParisTech, France; and Lund University, Sweden, during his European Master Degree in Food Studies.

More information can be obtained from the EFCE press release 5/2009 "2009 Student Mobility Award winners announced "
 


 
Winners of the EFCE Student Mobility Award 2007
 

On the occasion of the 6th European Congress of Chemical Engineering in Copenhagen, Denmark, for the second time the EFCE presented the Student Mobility Award. Three prizes are awarded to the best European students who have successfully studied chemical engineering in first or second cycle study programmes for at least one semester in each of two or more different countries.
The award jury selected this year's prize-winners from 42 applicants representing 10 European countries on account of their excellent academic performance and a one-page essay about their experiences of studying in different countries. They were invited to attend ECCE6 as guests of EFCE.

1st Prize: Mr Daniel Weber, Germany
Mr Weber obtained his degree at TU Braunschweig, Germany, after also studying at ENS Paris, France, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, and MIT Cambridge, USA.

2nd Prize: Ms Stefanie Demming, Germany
Ms Demming studied at TU Braunschweig, Germany, where she obtained her degree, after also studying at CPS Zaragoza, Spain, and UT Compiègne, France.

3rd Prize: Ms Ana Isabel Carvalho, Portugal
Ms Carvalho obtained her degree at IST Lisbon, Portugal, which included studying at DTU Lyngby, Denmark.

More information can be obtained from the EFCE press release 2/2007 "Winners of the EFCE Student Mobility Award 2007 "

 


 
Winners of the EFCE Student Mobility Award 2005
 

On the occasion of the 7th World Congress of Chemical Engineering including ECCE5 in Glasgow, UK, on 14 July 2005, for the first time the European Federation of Chemical Engineering presented the EFCE Student Mobility Award.
An international jury selected this year's prize-winners from 44 applicants representing 13 European countries for their excellent academic performance and for their account, in a one-page essay, of the experiences while studying in different countries. They were invited to attend ECCE5 as guests of EFCE.

1st Prize: Tobias Kraus, Germany
Tobias Kraus studied at TU Munich, Germany, where he obtained his degree, and also at Cambridge, MA, USA and Neuchatel, Switzerland.

2nd Prize: Laura Diaz Anadon, Spain
Laura Diaz Anadon obtained her degree at UMIST, Manchester, UK;
she also studied in Stuttgart, Germany. 

3rd Prize: Lyonel Ehrl, Germany
Lyonel Ehrl studied at TU Munich, Germany, where he obtained his degree, and also at Santiago de Chile and Novocherkassk, Russia.

More information can be obtained from the EFCE press release 3/2005 "Presentation of the EFCE Student Mobility Award 2005 "

 

Alberto Lozano Rivas, a process engineer and Master’s student from the French Institution of Petroleum (IFP) in Paris. Lozano Rivas completed a Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering at the University of Zaragoza, Spain, with an Erasmus placement at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria.

 

Third prize (€1,000) was awarded to Canan Dombayci who is currently a PhD student at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain. Dombayci completed her Master’s degree in chemical engineering from Istanbul Technical University, Turkey. She also spent one year at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, as a research assistant.

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