Lisa Claeys wins ESIS-Elsevier Young Scientist Award

(02-09-2022) Lisa received the ESIS-Elsevier Young Scientist Award at the 23rd European Conference on Fracture.

Lisa presented her work on “the hydrogen interaction with 304L austenitic stainless steel”. Lisa works as a postdoc at the research group Sustainable Materials Science (SMS), department of Materials, Textiles and Chemical Engineering after recently defending her PhD under the supervision of professor Kim Verbeken and professor Tom Depover.  

ESIS-Elsevier Young Scientist Award

The Young Scientist’s Award is dedicated to best contributions at ECFs, as selected by the Awards Committee. Young scientists who are students or PhD who received their degree after June 2019 may apply for this award. It should be noted that to receive the award, the researcher must make a presentation at the European Conference of Fracture. This award is being given as an encouragement to younger researchers and in support of their careers. The award will include a certificate and 1000 € for first place and 500 € for second place.