Maksim Starykevich wins the Young Researcher 2017 Prize from SPE
Maksim Starykevich has been awarded with the Young Researcher in Electrochemistry 2017 Prize from the Portuguese Electrochemical Society, for his contribution in the field of Electrochemistry. The award is aimed to stimulate the scientific research in Electrochemistry in Portugal, and is based on the relevance of scientific publications in journals of recognized quality and impact, and their acknowledgement by the international scientific community as reflected by bibliographical citations.
João Tedim awarded with the Carl Wagner Medal 2017
João Tedim, researcher at CICECO and Department of Materials and Ceramics Engineering (DEMaC) of the University of Aveiro (UA), was recently distinguished with the Carl Wagner Medal of Excellence in Electrochemical Engineering 2017 drom the European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE). The award honors the contributions of João Tedim for the research in the field of applied electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering.
Sónia Patrício was awarded with Young Researcher Award in Electrochemistry 2016
Sónia Patrício, post-doctoral researcher at the CICECO / Department of Materials Engineering and Ceramics (DEMaC) at the University of Aveiro, was awarded with the Young Researcher Award in Electrochemistry in 2016; An award from the Portuguese Society of Electrochemistry with the purpose of stimulating the activity of scientific research in this field.
Mário Ferreira distinguished with European Corrosion Medal from EFC
Mário Ferreira, CICECO researcher and director of the Department of Materials and Ceramics Engineering (DEMaC) at the University of Aveiro (UA), was once again distinguished by the European Federation of Corrosion (EFC) with the European Corrosion Medal. The award will be presented during the EUROCORR 2017, 20th ICC & Process Safety Congress 2017 Congresses, which will take place in Prague from September 3 to 7.
Mikhail Zheludkevich wins Tajima Prize from the ISE
Mikhail Zheludkevich is the winner of the Tajima Prize of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE). The award, given by one of the most important and representative scientific societies related to the field of electrochemistry, recognizes the scientific work that the researcher from University of Aveiro (UA) has developed in corrosion science, especially through the discovery of localized electrochemical techniques and protection coatings. The award will be announced at the 67th annual meeting of the ISE to be held from 21 to 26 August, in the Netherlands, which will bring together the world's great scientists linked to Electrochemistry.