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Winners of the EFCE Student Mobility Award 2019
 

On the occasion of the 12th European Congress of Chemical Engineering & 5th  Euroean Congress of Applied Biotechnology - ECCE12 & ECAB5 in Florence, Italy, the prestigious EFCE Student Mobility Award  will be presented for the eights time. 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 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 ECCE12 & ECAB5 as guests of EFCE.

The winners of the Student Mobility Award 2019 are:

1st Prize: Mr. Filippo Licordari

2nd Prize: Mr. Roman Weh

3rd Prize: Ms. Jeanne Le Loeuff

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From left to right: Professor Eric Schaer (Chair of EFCE Working Party on Education); 3rd prize winner, Jeanne Le Loeuff; Dr. Hermann J. Feise, BASF SE; 2nd prize winner, Roman Weh; Professor David Bogle, EFCE Scientific Vice-President (missing: 1st Prize winner, Filippo Licordari).

The Award presentation took place on Thursday, 19 September 2019 at the ECCE12 & ECAB5 Closing Session.

More information can be obtained from the EFCE press release
"EFCE presents its 2019 EFCE Student Mobility Award winners"


 

 

Winners of the EFCE Student Mobility Award 2017
 

On the occasion of the 10th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Barcelona, Spain, the prestigious EFCE Student Mobility Award was presented for the seventh time. 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 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 WCCE10 as guests of EFCE.

The winners of the Student Mobility Award 2017 are:

1st Prize: Ms. Paulina Murrath

2nd Prize: Mr. Jorge Corral Acero

3rd Prize: Mr. Frederik Schulze Spüntrup

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From left to right: 2nd prize winner, Jorge Corral Acero; Dr. Hermann J. Feise, BASF SE; 1st prize winner, Paulina Murrath; Professor Jean-Marc Le Lann; and 3rd prize winner, Frederik Schulze Spüntrup. (photography by Alicia Garcia) 

The Award presentation took place on Monday, 2 October 2017 at the WCCE10 Award ceremony.

More information can be obtained from the EFCE press release 10/2017 "Winners of the EFCE Student Mobility Awards selected".
 


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

2nd Prize: Alberto Lozano Rivas, Spain

3rd Prize: Canan Dombayci, Turkey

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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".
 


Student Mobility Award winners 2005 - 2013

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