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02-01-2013

Quadrant: Presentation of the Quadrant Award 2013

The winners of the Quadrant Award 2013 (left to right): Dr. Shelby B. Hutchens, Dr. Nobuhiro Yanai (1st prize), Dr. Neil D. Treat, Dr. Sangwoo Lee

The winners of the Quadrant Award 2013 (left to right): Dr. Shelby B. Hutchens, Dr. Nobuhiro Yanai (1st prize), Dr. Neil D. Treat, Dr. Sangwoo Lee

Quadrant, Zurich, Switzerland, a manufacturer of high-performance thermoplastics and composites, conferred the coveted international «Quadrant Award» for the fifth time on Friday, January 25, 2013. The international invitation to submit entries for the award was addressed to graduates who had written a doctoral thesis in the field of «Materials and processes related to engineering and high-performance plastics and composites» between October 1, 2010, and September 30, 2012. Of the four prizewinners, the Japanese researcher Dr. Nobuhiro Yanai won the first prize of EUR 15000. Yanai wrote his thesis at Kyoto University, Japan and is now assistant professor at Kyushu University, Japan. The other three Quadrant Award winners, who have won prizes of EUR 5000 each are (in alphabetical order): Dr. Shelby B. Hutchens (USA), California Institute of Technology, USA, post-doctoral position at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA; Dr. Sangwoo Lee (South Korea), University of Minnesota, USA, post-doctoral position at the University of Minnesota; and Dr. Neil D. Treat (USA), University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, post-doctoral position at Imperial College London, UK. The event took place at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich.

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