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2016

Prof. Boccaccini - Member of the Executive Committee FEMS

On July 2nd Prof. Boccaccini has been unanimously elected by the general meeting of the Federation of European Materials Societies in Lausanne/CH to be a member of the Executive Committee FEMS. Prof. Boccaccini represents the German Materials Society.

 

Prof. Aldo R. Boccaccini awarded with the Turner Award of the International Commission on Glass

Prof. Aldo R. Boccaccini, head of the Biomaterials Institute, has received the Turner Award 2016 from the International Commission on Glass (ICG) in acknowledgment of his active participation and his support of the ICG Technical Committee, TC04 "Bioglasses", as well as for his outstanding academic contribution in the field of "Bioactive Glasses".

2015

FAU's Chair of Biomaterials receives 900,000 euros in funding for training project

Developing highly effective antibacterial biomaterials that can be used in medicine is a key priority in materials science. FAU’s Chair of Biomaterials is to receive 954,782 euros in funding from the European Union to train young researchers to work on developing such materials. More about this can be read here.

 

Prize awarded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
This year's DAAD prize for outstanding study perfomances of foreign students is awarded to Cheng Qian from China, who is currently enrolled in the elite master's programme „Advanced Materials and Processes“ (MAP) at University Erlangen-Nuremberg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013

Parisa Khoram wins the 2013 Hans-Wilhelm und Helga Schüßler Prize of the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

A MAP student has won one of the two top prizes of the university for excellent performance by an international student. Parisa Khoram, who comes from Iran and joined MAP in 2011 was awarded the 2013 Hans-Wilhelm und Helga Schüßler Prize. The prize not only recognized Parisa's academic success but also her contribution to intercultural integration. The Prize will be conferred at the university's Dies Academicus on 4 November 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2012

Alexandra Grigore receives Gates Cambridge Scholarship

MAP-student Alexandra Grigore was awarded with one of this year's much sought-after Gate Cambridge scholarships. She will use the scholarship to finance her PhD studies in Nanotechnology at Cambridge University, UK.

The scholarship program was founded by Melissa and Bill Gates in 2000 and is used to enable students of non-British origin to study a postgraduate program at Cambridge University.

More about the scholarship holder can be read here.

2011

Prize awarded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
This year's DAAD prize for outstanding study perfomances of foreign students is awarded to Alexandra Grigore from Constanta, Romania, who is currently enrolled in the elite master's programme „Advanced Materials and Processes“ (MAP) at University Erlangen-Nuremberg.

Before she started the master's programme she finished two study programmes in her home university in Romania - Business Administration as well as Chemical Engineering - also with extraordinary grades, which earned her numerous awards.

Also worth mentioning are her academic and social commitment: She counsels new students of the MAP program and provides them advice, e.g., for proper exam preparation.

Nr. 281/2011 | 3. November 2011 | www.presse.uni-erlangen.de

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