Scholarship & prizes

THE PROF. GIANFRANCO ANGELINO AWARD

 

The ASME ORC 2015 hosted the second edition of the Prof. Gianfranco Angelino Award for the Best Poster Presentation.
 

The award honors the merit of work conducted within the scope of research and development on ORC Power Systems technology. The prize is kindly provided by Dipartimento Energia, Politecnico di Milano, and it is named after the friend and colleague Prof. Gianfranco Angelino, for his most important contribution to the development of ORC technology.

The scientific committee selects the recipient of the Award based on the examination of the posters displayed during the poster sessions and upon discussions with the author/authors present during the sessions.

The prize consists of € 2000,- and it is accompanied by a certificate for each of the authors of the poster.

The winners were annouced during the closure ceremony.

The winners of the Prof. Gianfranco Angelino Award with for the Best Poster Presentation of the ORC2015 Seminar are:

Abdelmajid Taklanti, Valeo Thermal Systems

Jin-Ming Liu, Valeo Thermal Systems

Regine Haller, Valeo Thermal Systems

Sammy Hammi, Valeo Thermal Systems

 

for their poster titled

CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR AUTOMOTIVE RANKINE SYSTEM EVALUATION USING A COSIMULATION PLATFORM

 
 

 

The winners of the Prof. Gianfranco Angelino Award with for the Best Poster Presentation of the ORC2013 Seminar are:

Ian Bell, University of Liege, Belgium

Dr. Sylvain Quoilin, University of Liege, Belgium

Jorrit Wronski, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Prof. Dr. Vincent Lemort, University of Liege, Belgium

 

for their poster titled

AN OPEN-SOURCE REFERENCE-QUALITY THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTY LIBRARY

 
 

 

The winners of the Prof. Gianfranco Angelino Award for the Best Poster Presentation of the ORC2011 Seminar are

Dr. Athanasios Papadopoulos, Chemical Process Engineering Research Institute, Centre for Research and Technology-Hellas

Prof. Patrick Linke
, Chemical Engineering Department, Texas A&M University at Qatar

Dr. Mirko Stijepovic, Chemical Engineering Department, Texas A&M University at Qatar

Dr. Panos Seferlis, Machine Dynamics Laboratory, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Dr. Spyros Voutetakis, Laboratory of Process, Systems, Design and Implementation, Centre for Research and Technology, Hellas

 

for their poster titled

COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN AND SELECTION OF OPTIMUM WORKING FLUIDS AND ORC SYSTEMS FOR POWER GENERATION FROM LOW ENTHALPY HEAT SOURCES