Awards and Recognition

SSE #11 - 3 students recognized for their involvement in the Graduate School's life and activities

On The January 12, 2024

SSE #11 - Marie Traynar (LabHC), Vanina Amblas (IOGS-AIMA), Alexandre Bebon (IOGS-AIMA), Pierre Chavel (IOGS - LabHC) and Florence Garrelie (UJM - LabHC) - January 12, 2024 - UJM
SSE #11 - Marie Traynar (LabHC), Vanina Amblas (IOGS-AIMA), Alexandre Bebon (IOGS-AIMA), Pierre Chavel (IOGS - LabHC) and Florence Garrelie (UJM - LabHC) - January 12, 2024 - UJM

A huge thank you to Vanina Amblas, Alexandre Bebon, Marie Traynar and Shubham Sharma for their involvement in the 11th SLEIGHT Science Event and the Graduate School's life.

Vanina AMBLAS and Alexandre BEBON, engineering students at IOGS and OIVM-Advanced Imaging and Material Appearance (AIMA-UJM) master students, were recognized for their involvement in the organization of the Poster Session. They presented a poster on the present and future of food consumption and offered the opportunity to the poster session attendees to taste a “climate-friendly” buffet.

They were the recipient of the SSE#9 Best Pitch Award last year for their exploration of the optical properties of the stained glass windows in Conques Abbey by Pierre Soulages. They are also active members of the Manutech-SLEIGHT Student Association.

The Graduate School also recognized the involvement of the OPTICA student chapter leaders: Marie TRAYNAR, PhD student at the Hubert Curien lab and president of the student chapter, and Shubham SHARMA (M2-Photonics Engineering), treasurer of the student chapter, organized escape game-type activities during the poster session. They will award the winner in a coming Manutech-SLEIGHT Student Association meeting.

Marie
, now PhD student (LabHC), was also a recipient of the Best Pitch Award during the SSE#9 for her presentation on her master thesis subject : "Colloidal photolithography for the fabrication of metasurfaces". She was then an M2 student in the Photonics Engineering master and had the opportunity to get a Manutech-SLEIGHT mobility grant to do her internship at CERN in Switzerland.