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Dec - 2018

FLOGEN AWARD RECIPIENTS ACHIEVE FURTHER RECOGNITION

Prof. Dan Shechtman, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Prof. Dan Shechtman, Technion Institute of Technology and Iowa State University, was honored by FLOGEN with the 2014 Fray International Sustainability Award (Official Award Web site here) and with the entire Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit (SIPS 2014) held in Cancun, Mexico, June-July 2014 (Official Web site here)


Professor Dan Shechtman, Technion Institute of Technology and Iowa State University, 2011 Nobel Prize Winner, receiving the FLOGEN 2014 Fray International Sustainability Award by Dr. Florian Kongoli

Following the footsteps of other FLOGEN award recipients who have subsequently achieved further recognition, Professor Dan Shechtman, was awarded in November/December 2018 an Honorary Doctorate from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki for his outstanding achievements in the field of quasicrystals. During the ceremony were present the ambassadors of USA, Israel and India as well as the General Consuls of Germany and Russia in Greece.


Prof. Dan Shechtman receiving the Honorary Doctorate Certificate by Prof. Perikles A. Mitkas, the Rector of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Prof. Panagiotis E. Prinos, Chairman of the School of Civil Engineering at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


Prof. Dan Shechtman receiving the Honorary Doctorate Medal by Prof. Perikles A. Mitkas, the Rector of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Prof. Panagiotis E. Prinos Chairman of the School of Civil Engineering at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


Prof. Dan Shechtman giving a lecture on the occasion of receiving the Honorary Doctorate from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Video of the Ceremony Available soon

As usual, with its prestigious awards, FLOGEN has opened and/validated or enforced the pathway to further high honors for individuals who have greatly contributed to science and technology, as detailed in previous similar cases given in these pages

We wish similar future successes for all 2016 FLOGEN Award winners that were honored during SIPS 2016 in Hainan China and in previous years as documented in the pages of this Web Site.

Dec - 2018

FLOGEN AWARD RECIPIENTS ACHIEVE FURTHER RECOGNITION

Prof. Cyro Takano, wins the title "Engineer of the Year for 2018" given by Association of Polytechnical Engineers, Brazil

Prof. Cyro Takano, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, was honored by FLOGEN with the 2015 Fray International Sustainability Award (Official Award Web site here) and with the symposium in his honor: "Takano International Symposium on Sustainable Metals & Alloys Processing" at FLOGEN's 2015 Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit (SIPS 2015) in Antalya, Turkey: (Official Web site here )


Prof. Cyro Takano, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, receiving the 2015 Fray International Sustainability Award by Dr. Florian Kongoli in Antalya, Turkey, October 2015

Following the footsteps of other FLOGEN award recipients who have subsequently achieved further recognition, Prof. Cyro Takano, was honored with the title "Engineer of the Year 2018" by Association of Polytechnical Engineers, Brazil on 8th November 2018, in Sao Paulo, Brazil.


The Gold Plate giving the title to Prof. Cyro Takano :Engineer of the Year 2018

The details are given in the official Association web site: https://www.politecnicos.org.br/homenagem-ao-professor-cyro-takano/ as well as in various announcements [here and [here (all materials in Portuguese)


Professor Cyro Takano (in the center) during the Official Ceremony honoring him as "Engineer of the Year 2018", in Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 2018


Professor Cyro Takano speaking during the Official Ceremony honoring him as "Engineer of the Year 2018", in Sao Paulo, November 2018

The ceremony was recorded on video and this can be seen here (in Portuguese)


Full video ceremony of honoring Prof. Cyro Takano, as Engineer of the Year 2018

As usual, with its prestigious awards, FLOGEN has opened and/or validated the pathway to further high honors for individuals who have greatly contributed to science and technology, as detailed in previous similar cases given in these pages

We wish similar future successes for all previous FLOGEN Award winners that were honored during numerous Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit, as documented in the pages of this Web Site.

Dec - 2018

FLOGEN AWARD RECIPIENTS ACHIEVE FURTHER RECOGNITION

Christian Amatore, is awarded the 2018 Grotius Medal by Lithuanian Chemical Society

Prof. Christian Amatore, CNRS FRANCE Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France, was honored by FLOGEN with the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award (Official Award Web site here) and with the symposium bearing his name (Amatore International Symposium on International Symposium on Electrochemistry for Sustainable Development) at FLOGEN's 2018 Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit (SIPS 2018) in Rio de Janeiro Brazil: (Official Web site here)


Prof. Christian Amatore, CNRS FRANCE Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France, receiving the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award by Dr. Florian Kongoli at SIPS 2018, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2018.


Award Ceremony of giving to Prof. Christian Amatore, the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award hosted by Dr. Florian Kongoli at SIPS 2018, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2018.


Conversation of Prof. Christian Amatore with Dr Florian Kongoli, FLOGEN Chairman after the Award Ceremony

Following the footsteps of other FLOGEN award recipients who have subsequently achieved further recognition, Prof. Christian Amatore, was awarded the 2018 Grotius Medal by Lithuanian Chemical Society.

As usual, with its prestigious awards, FLOGEN has opened and/or validated the pathway to further high honors for individuals who have greatly contributed to science and technology, as detailed in previous similar cases given in these pages.

We wish similar future successes for all previous FLOGEN Award winners that were honored during numerous Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit, as documented in the pages of this Web Site.

Dec - 2018

FLOGEN AWARD RECIPIENTS ACHIEVE FURTHER RECOGNITION

Prof. Andre K Geim, University of Manchester, UK, Creativity Prize (PSIPW) from from Saudi Arabia

Prof. Sir Andre K Geim, University of Manchester, UK, was honored by FLOGEN with the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award (Official Award Web site here) at FLOGEN's 2018 Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit (SIPS 2018) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2018.


Prof. Sir Andre K Geim, University of Manchester, UK, receiving the Fray International Sustainability Award by Dr. Florian Kongoli during SIPS 2018 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2018.


Video of the FLOGEN Award Ceremony giving the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award to Prof. Sir Andre K Geim

Following the footsteps of other FLOGEN award recipients who have subsequently achieve further recognition, Prof. Sir Andre K Geim, received the Creativity Prize (PSIPW) from Saudi Arabia for "developing membranes based on graphene oxide laminates which act as atomic scale sieves"

Web site: https://psipw.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=408&Itemid=290&lang=en

We wish similar future successes for all FLOGEN Award winners that were honored during the years in SIPS as documented in the pages of this Web Site.

Dec - 2018

FLOGEN AWARD RECIPIENTS ACHIEVE FURTHER RECOGNITION

Christian Amatore, is awarded the 2018 Doctorate Honoris Causa by University of Cluj, Romania

Prof. Christian Amatore, CNRS FRANCE Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France, was honored by FLOGEN with the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award (Official Award Web site here) and with the symposium bearing his name (Amatore International Symposium on International Symposium on Electrochemistry for Sustainable Development) at FLOGEN's 2018 Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit (SIPS 2018) in Rio de Janeiro Brazil: (Official Web site here)


Prof. Christian Amatore, CNRS FRANCE Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France, receiving the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award by Dr. Florian Kongoli at SIPS 2018, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2018.


Award Ceremony of giving to Prof. Christian Amatore, the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award hosted by Dr. Florian Kongoli at SIPS 2018, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2018.


Conversation of Prof. Christian Amatore with Dr Florian Kongoli, FLOGEN Chairman after the Award Ceremony

Following the footsteps of other FLOGEN award recipients who have subsequently achieved further recognition, Prof. Christian Amatore, was awarded the 2018 Doctorate Honoris Causa by University of Cluj, Romania.

As usual, with its prestigious awards, FLOGEN has opened and/or validated the pathway to further high honors for individuals who have greatly contributed to science and technology, as detailed in previous similar cases given in these pages

We wish similar future successes for all previous FLOGEN Award winners that were honored during numerous Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit, as documented in the pages of this Web Site.

Dec - 2018

FLOGEN AWARD RECIPIENTS ACHIEVE FURTHER RECOGNITION

Prof. Michael Zehetbauer is awarded the 2018 UNESCO Medal for Contributions to the Development of Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies

Prof. Michael Zehetbauer, University of Vienna, Austria, was honored by FLOGEN with the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award (Official Award Web site here) and with the symposium bearing his name (Zehetbauer International Symposium on International Symposium on Science of Intelligent and Sustainable Advanced Materials (SISAM)) at FLOGEN's 2018 Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit (SIPS 2018) in Rio de Janeiro Brazil: (Official Web site here )


Prof. Michael Zehetbauer, University of Vienna, Austria, receiving the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award by Dr. Florian Kongoli at SIPS 2018, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2018.


Award Ceremony of giving to Prof. Michael Zehetbauer, the 2018 Fray International Sustainability Award hosted by Dr. Florian Kongoli at SIPS 2018, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2018.


Conversation of Prof. Michael Zehetbauer with Dr Florian Kongoli, FLOGEN Chairman after the Award Ceremony

Following the footsteps of other FLOGEN award recipients who have subsequently achieved further recognition, Prof. Michael Zehetbauer, was awarded the 2018 UNESCO Medal for Contributions to the Development of Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies


Prof. Michael Zehetbauer receiving the 2018 UNESCO Medal for Contributions to the Development of Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies


The medal and related accompanying documents of 2018 UNESCO Medal for Contributions to the Development of Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies awarded to Prof. Michael Zehetbauer

Official Web Site: https://en.unesco.org/news/eighth-unesco-medals-contributions-development-nanoscience-and-nanotechnologies

As usual, with its prestigious awards, FLOGEN has opened and/or validated the pathway to further high honors for individuals who have greatly contributed to science and technology, as detailed in previous similar cases given in these pages

We wish similar future successes for all previous FLOGEN Award winners that were honored during numerous Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit, as documented in the pages of this Web Site.