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Awards, prizes and accolades




XXI Czech-Polish 'Structural and ferroelectric phase transitions’ Meeting, 2014  


ESR Stella Skiadopoulou (Institute of Physics, Prague, IP-ASCR) was awarded joint first prize for the best student talk.


20th All-Russia Conference on Physics of Ferroelectrics (VKS-XX), Krasnoyarsk 2014


            ESR Anna Razumnaya (Université Picardie Jules Verne) was awarded joint first prize for the best poster by a 
          young scientist
    

Journées du Laboratoire MPQ 2015, Université Paris Diderot, 2015


ESR Daniele Palaferri won the prize for the best poster presented by a 1st or 2nd year doctoral student 


DAAD RISE worldwide summer research internship programme, 2015


ESR Andreas Klein (Durham) secured an internship opportunity that allowed him to appoint an undergraduate from Germany to work in the laboratories with him for 12 weeks over summer 2015, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.  This gave an undergraduate an excellent opportunity to experience a research environment in an overseas laboratory.


Applied Physics Letters "must-read terahertz papers", 2015



ESR Daniele Palaferri (Université Paris Diderot) had a paper showcased in APL's short-list of "excellent, 

recent articles on terahertz devices and intersubband physics".



Fundamental Physics of Ferroelectrics and Related Materials workshop held in Washington DC, 2016


ESR Stella Skiadopoulou (Institute of Physics, Prague, IP-ASCR) was awarded joint first prize for the best student/postdoc poster.

  

 

NSP2016 International Summer School in Nanostructure for Photonics, St Petersburg, 2016

 

Daniele Palaferri (ESR, Université Paris Diderot) won 2nd prize in the poster competition and Vasil Saroka (ESR, Exeter University) won 3rd Prize.


DAAD RISE worldwide summer research internship programme, 2017


ESR Andreas Klein (Durham) has co-secured an internship opportunity that will allow the appointment of  an undergraduate from Germany to work in the Durham laboratories for 12 weeks over summer 2017, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.  This will give an undergraduate an excellent opportunity to experience a research environment in an overseas laboratory.