Excellent Thesis Award.
The University of Luxembourg held its annual PhD graduation Ceremony on 17 December on Belval Campus. The celebration honoured the doctoral and award-winning graduates who received their diplomas and awards on stage.
More than 150 doctoral students graduated from the four doctoral schools of the University of Luxembourg.
Seventeen doctoral graduates received special recognition for their thesis work, considered to be of exceptional quality. One graduate was awarded with the Fondation Auguste Laval Prize.
Recognising the scientific excellence of PhD students
The University of Luxembourg grants Excellent Thesis Awards to honour doctoral graduates who have demonstrated excellence, originality and depth of knowledge in their thesis.
This year, 17 graduates have received this award:
Excellent Thesis Awardees from Doctoral School in Science and Engineering
Excellent Thesis Awardees from Doctoral School in Humanities and Social Sciences
Excellent Thesis Awardee from Doctoral School in Economics, Finance and Management
Excellent Thesis Awardee from Doctoral School of Law
The Fondation Auguste Laval Prize was awarded to Tài Nguyen for his thesis on “magnetoelectric thin-film composites for energy harvesting applications”.
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