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.

2016 awardees

Electricity

Laurine DUCHESNE
Title : Machine learning of proxies for power systems reliability management

Electromechanics

Queralt ALTES BUCH
Title : Mechanical design, control and optimization of a hybrid solar microgrid for rural electrification and heat supply in sub-Saharian Africa

IT

Romain Mormont
Title : A workflow for large scale computer-aided cytology and its applications

Romain Gaillard
Title : Lightweight Middlebox TCP

Physics

Sébastien NAUS
Title : Electronic Readout of Memristive Biosensors

Biomedical

No awardee in 2016

 

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 2016 winner is Amaury Johnen for his PHD thesis titled « Indirect quadrangular mesh generation and validation of curved finite elements ».