Distinctions and Carnot institutes - june 2013

17 June 2013
  • Claude ESTOURNES, researcher of the CIRIMAT Carnot institute with the Dr.Rachman CHAIM et Rachel MARDER and the professor Zhijian SHEN, received "Pfeil Award" for 2013.

Claude ESTOURNES of the CIRIMAT Carnot institute (team Nanos composite Nano carbon tubes), with Dr. Rachman CHAIM and Rachel MARDER of the Department of Materials Engineering, Technion (Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa 32000, Israel) and Prof. Zhijian SHEN of Department of Materials and Environmental Chemistry (Arrhenius Laboratory, Stockholm University, S-10691 Stockholm, Sweden), received the "Pfeil Award" for the year 2013. Ce Prize awarded by the Institute of MaterialsMinerals and Mining comes reward these researchers for their published works [1] in the field of Spark Plasma Sintering of nanocrystalline ceramics sintering.
[1] R. Chaim, R. Marder, C. Estournès and Z. Shen, Densification and preservation of ceramic nanocrystalline character by spark plasma sintering, Advances in Applied Ceramics 2012 VOL 111 NO 5&6, 280-285.

  • Dr. Christophe Drouet at the CIRIMAT Carnot institute and Scientific Director at the CNRS, received "Racquel LEGEROS Award" of the International Society for Ceramics in Medicine (ISCM).

Christophe Drouet, doctor at the CIRIMAT Carnot institute (team Phosphates, Pharmacotechnie, biomaterials) and Scientific Director at the CNRS, received "Racquel LEGEROS Award" of the International Society for Ceramics in Medicine (ISCM) for his contribution to research on calcium phosphate. This award was presented during the Congress international ISACB6 held in Nantes from 5 to June 7, 2013.

  • Dr Marc Taillefer, researcher of the CED2 Carnot institute has received the "European Sustainable Chemistry Award 2012" of the European Chemical Society.

Dr. Marc Taillefer, researcher of the CED2 Carnot institute has received "European Sustainable Chemistry Award 2012" the European Chemical Society, with the encouragement of the European Environment Agency (EEA) and the support of SusChem (European Platform for Sustainable Chemistry) and CEFIC (European Chemical Industry Association). Awarded every two years, this award recognizes an outstanding contribution to sustainable development by applying the concepts of green chemistry. For more information