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Dr.Zewen Liao of GIG Won the Third Sino-French Science and Applications Foundation Jill Kahn Awards TEXT SIZE: A A A
On March 30, the third Jill Kahn Awards presentation ceremony was held in Paris, France. The French president of foundation, academician Jacques Caen, Yves Quéré, foundation Chinese president academician Changgeng Ruan, French President's Science Advisor Mr. Bernard Belloc, Professor Jean Salen?on, the president of French Acadamy of science and Mr Bruno Jarry, dean of French Academy of engineering international affairs department, Chinese Embassy in France education, science officials, more than 50 people attend the ceremony. It is first time for Foundation awards in French. The prsentation ceremony was presided by Professor Jean Salen?on. Mr Jean- Fran?ois Minster, science CEO of TOTAL Company of French, introduced Dr.Liao’s research achievements during his postdoc position in French. Academician Yves Quéré announced the Dr Liao of GIG won the third Jill Kahn awards. The Sino-French Science and Applications Foundation was initiative established by French academician Jacques Caen, Yves Quéré and Chinese academician Zhu Chen in 2001, the purpose of Foundation is promoting China and France cooperation and exchange of science, economy, culture etc., the Foundation support about 10 outstanding young scientists during their research in institution or enterprise engaged every year. The establishment of Jill Kahn Awards, beginning from 2007, is to commemorate academician Gilles Kahn’s outstanding contribution in China and France exchanges and cooperation. Another scientist, Professor Hongpin He of GIG was awarded first Jill Kahn Awards, so far, two scholars of GIG won the honor.
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