“Michael L. Michelsen” Award
The “Michael L. Michelsen” Award (previously called "Distinguished Lecture on Thermodynamics and Transport Properties", renamed in Feb. 2021) aims to honour a senior member of the community that is active in a European institution. The award is presented every two years by the EFCE Working Party on Thermodynamics and Transport Properties.
Call for nominations
The call for nomiantions for the 2022 "Michael L. Michelsen" Award is closed.
The Award will be presented at the ESAT2022 which will be held in Graz, Austria in July 2022.
Professor Techn. Signe Kjelstrup, Norway,
has been named the laureate of the 2022 EFCE Michael L. Michelsen Award.
Signe Kjelstrup was conferred the award in recognition of her internationally renowned research in the area of non-equilibrium thermodynamics, with emphasis on entropy production minimization, electrochemical cell modelling, heterogeneous systems and nano-thermodynamics.
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