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septembre 28, 2023

GANIL thesis prizes awarded to Chloé Fougères and Lukas Madauss

For the first time, two GANIL thesis prizes were awarded this year. The first went to Chloé Fougères for her thesis at GANIL under the supervision of François de Oliveira, entitled « Understanding the cosmic abundance of 22Na: lifetime measurements in 23Mg », and the second to Lukas Madauss for his thesis entitled « Structurally modified two-dimensional materials for membrane applications », at the University of Duisburg-Essen under the supervision of Marika Schleberger.

The GANIL thesis prize is awarded every two years at the GANIL colloque. It rewards recent thesis work in theoretical or experimental physics based on experiments carried out at GANIL.