The public awards the most promising research student at composite challenge
The program gives the floor to ten PhD students, allowing each one of them five minutes to explain their research project, using a single slide. “Ever faithful to its misson, JEC Group has set up a program based on the fact that scientific research is a powerful innovation driver.
JEC’s team of experts have homed in on the most high-tech trends and knowledge to identify and encourage the sector’s next generation of leaders, thereby creating a new bridge between academics and the industry,” explains JEC Group President and CEO Frédérique MUTEL.
COMPOSITE CHALLENGE: FUEL FOR INNOVATION
With an introduction by additive manufacturing expert Dayton Horvath, the ceremony included a session on the fascinating topic of artificial intelligence.
After the promising presentations of the 10 PhDs, this is the public who had the honor to choose Alexandre MORDASINI, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne as winner of the first Composite Challenge by voting during the ceremony! He studies discontinuous fiber composite tubes for high-performance applications.