Teaching excellence award – assistants

The SCGC rewards the ten best PhD students who have particularly invested themselves in their teaching tasks, whether in practical work, courses, exercises or project supervision.

 

2018
  • Andrés Burgos Caminal
  • Albert Daubry
  • Franck Le Vaillant
  • Marten Leendert Ploeger
  • Mathias Mamboury
  • Ophélie Marie Planes
  • Antoine Van Muyden
  • Jérémy Vuilleumier
  • Junwen Zou
2017
  • Sadig Aghazada
  • Paola Caramenti
  • Raphaël De Matos
  • Cornel Fink
  • Paul Gratia
  • Sunny Maye
  • Bastian Muriel
  • Thomas Rossi
  • Laurent Vannay
  • Dmitry Vasilyev
2016
  • Felix Bobbink
  • Pauline Bornoz
  • Anush Chiappino Pepe
  • Mikaël Frossard
  • Laurent Liardet
  • Mathieu Marmier
  • Chiara Masellis
  • Katelyn Marie Mc Clung
  • Mickael Montandon-Clerc
  • François Noverraz
2015
  • Joachim Ahlin
  • Oliver Beswick
  • Estel Canet
  • Nicolas Luisier
  • Cyril Piemontesi
  • Sviatlana Siankevich
  • Lucas Stern
  • Liudmila Voronina
  • Basile Vuichoud
  • Fedor Zhurkin