Awards

SCEE Awards

The SCEE Young Scientist Award was initially presented at the SCEE 2000. It recognizes outstanding achievements and contributions of young scientists.

A young scientist is understood to be either a master student, a doctoral researcher or a post-doctoral researcher within the first six years after obtaining his or her doctoral degree. All those participants are invited to join the competition for the SCEE Young Scientist Award.

The laureates will receive a diploma and a prize. For details on the current amount of the prize, please go to the conference award page

Awardees

  • SCEE 2020 - Young Scientist Award
    • 1st prize: Idoia Cortes Garcia, Computational Electromagnetics Group, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, Generalised Elements for the Analysis of Refined Models in Circuits
    • 2nd prize: Dr. Fotios Kasolis, Lehrstuhl für theoretische Elektrotechnik, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany, Graph-Based Local Refinements for the Reduction of Transient Nonlinear Electromagnetic Problems
    • 3rd prize: Armin Galetzka, Lehrstuhl für Theorie elektromagnetischer Felder, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, Data-Driven Magnetic Field Simulation and Dr. Mané Harutyunyan, Computational Electromagnetics Group, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, Coupled Formulations for the Modeling of Magnetostrictive Materials
  • SCEE 2012 - Best Poster Award
    • 1st prize: Irene Woyna (born Hiltunen), Institut für Theorie elektromagnetischer Felder, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, Broadband Surface Impedance Boundary Conditions for Higher Order Time Domain Discontinuous Galerkin Method
  • SCEE 2000 - Best Poster Award
    • 1st prize: Olaf Michelsson, Chair of Electromagnetic Field Theory, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany, Analysis of Coupled Electromagnetic and Thermal Fields in the Instationary Case
    • 2nd prize: Karsten Rothemund, Chair of Electromagnetic Field Theory, Universität Rostock, Germany, Calculation of Electromagnetic Eigenmodes in Complex Structures Using Coupled S-Parameter Calculation

Young Scientist Award - SCEE 2020, Eindhoven. From left to right: Wil Schilders (chair of SCEE 2020), Idoia Cortez Garcia (winner), Gabriela Ciuprina (Representative of the Standing Committee of the SCEE foundation)

Best Poster Award - SCEE 2012, Zurich. From left to right: Andreas Blaszczyk (Representative of the chair of SCEE 2012), Irene Woyna (Hiltunen) (winner), Thomas Weilland (Representative of the Program Committee of the SCEE foundation)

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