Awards

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.

2019 awardees

Electricity

François Piron
Titre : “Optimization of the AX-25 and D-STAR telecommunications systems of the OUFTI-2 nanosatellite”

Electromechanics

François Piron
Titre : “Optimization of the AX-25 and D-STAR telecommunications systems of the OUFTI-2 nanosatellite”

IT

Emeline Marechal
Titre : “Simulating LISP with NS3”

Hugo Fooy
Titre : “Software Usage Data Visualization”

Physics

Michel Houbart
Titre : “Design of a system to study the magnetic properties of two interacting trapped field superconducting magnets”

Biomedical

Michel Houbart
Titre : “Design of a system to study the magnetic properties of two interacting trapped field superconducting magnets”

Data Science

Simon Lorent
Titre : “Fake news detection using machine learning”

AIM-FABI Best TFE 

Antoine Grodent
Titre : “Characterization of the performance of an analog Image acquisition chain using a custom-made automated test bench”

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 2019 winner is Lampros Papangelis for his PHD thesis titled « Local and centralized control of multi-terminal DC grids for secure operation of combined AC/DC systems ».