The Benoit Rougier's PhD thesis on the simultaneous measurement of several velocities in materials submitted to high velocity impacts using CW radar is among the 21 laureates of the Leopold Escande INP Prize 2019.
Audrey Cayron, PhD student of the MOST team, received the Young Engineer Prize during the 49th EuMW for its work and oral presentation intituled "Wideband and Compact 3-D Quadrature Coupler for 5G Applications".
Ludovic Marigo-Lombart, rewarded the 4th RENATECH Thesis Prize during JNTE 2019 at Grenoble for his works wich enable to demonstrate a new photonic device aleading to state-of-the-art performances for high-speed optical fiber communications.
Ruggero Lot, Italian PhD student in co-supervision between the M3 of LAAS-CNRS and the Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati n Trieste, Italy, is the winner of the Cassini Junior Scholarship,awarded by the French Embassy in Italy.
The Micro and Nanotechnology platform is an integral and essential component of our laboratory.
Through its total openness within the Renatech network and its role as a referent in the Greater Southwest (Occitanie and New Aquitaine Regions), it supports the upstream and partnership research of a large community with both academic and industrial origins.
Antonio Franchi (CNRS researcher in the RIS team) received the 2018 RAS Most Active Technical Committee Award for his service as co-chair of the Technical Committee (TC) on Multi-Robot Systems of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS) on May 24th 2018 in Brisbane.