AIM has created a number of awards in order to encourage scientific research and to promote original works.
AIM Award for the best master theses
Every year, AIM awards every year the best master theses from graduates of the Montefiore Institute.
Nirmeet Kaur BAWEJA
Titre : “Analytical comparison and simulations of two DC/DC converters, practical realisation of the optimal topology”
Titre : “Design and Simulation Model of Medium Scale Organic Rankine Cycles – Validation on Waste Heat Recovery Plant and Case Studies”
Titre : “Parameter Estimation of Three Phase Untransposed Short Transmission Lines from Synchrophasor Measurements”
Titre : “Ad-hoc communication for mobile devices”
Titre “Finite-element models for systems containing type II superconductors and ferromagnetic materials”
Titre : “Numerical Simulation of the Aggregation and Spreading of the Tau Protein in the Brain”
AIM Award for the best PHD thesis
In 2014, AIM created another award for the best PHD thesis presented at the Montefiore Institute. This prize of 3500 euros was given for the first time in 2015.
The 2018 winner is Stéphanie Val Loo for her PHD thesis titled « Droplet Microfluidics for single-cell manipulation ».