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Student Mobility Award winners 2005 - 2013

 

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.

The winners of the Student Mobility Award 2013 are:

1st Prize: Sandra Temmel

2nd Prize: Alessandra Pennati and Reyes Aibar Abad

3rd Prize: Marta Bilbao Pardos and 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.

1st Prize: Mr José Carlos Pardo-Torre

2nd Prize: Ms Anne-Lise Rousseau

3rd Prize: Mr Uwe Zang

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.

1st Prize: Ms Natacha Bitinis

2nd Prize: Mr Gerhard Landschützer

3rd Prize: Mr Xavier Mesnier

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.

1st Prize: Mr Daniel Weber

2nd Prize: Ms Stefanie Demming

3rd Prize: Ms Ana Isabel Carvalho

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.

1st Prize: Tobias Kraus

2nd Prize: Laura Diaz Anadon

3rd Prize: Lyonel Ehrl

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