Edoardo Baldini wins a Chorafas Prize 2017
Edoardo Baldini has been awarded one of the Chorafas Prize 2017.
The Chorafas Prize is awarded each year by the Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation “for outstanding work in selected fields in the engineering sciences, medicine and the natural sciences.” The Foundation was instituted in 1992 by Dr Dimitris N. Chorafas (1926-2014), a Greek engineer, author, and philanthropist who was also its President from 1996 until 2014.
The Prize is given each to a selection of graduating doctoral students in the natural (“hard”) sciences from the Foundation’s partner universities in Europe, North America, and Asia; the list includes EPFL, MIT, UCLA, and ETHZ among others. The evaluation of the PhD students aims to reward “research characterized by its high potential for practical application and by the special significance attached to its aftermath.” The best doctoral students in each partner university are chosen and are awarded $5,000 each.
Edoardo Baldini is a former PhD student co-supervised by Professor Majed Chergui (ISIC) and Professor Fabrizio Carbone. His thesis is titled: “Nonequilibrium Dynamics of Collective Excitations in Strongly Interacting and Correlated Quantum Systems". Baldini received his PhD in December 2016 and is now a Postdoctoral Fellow at MIT.