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Daniel HISSEL awarded as « Fellow » of the IEEE society

Professor in Electrical Engineering at the University of Franche-Comté and researcher at FEMTO-ST, Daniel Hissel has been awarded as  for his work on hydrogen systems.

Daniel Hissel was director of the CNRS FCLAB federation from 2012 to 2019, he is currently Vice President in charge of the socio-economic partnership and innovation at the University of Franche-Comté, head of the SHARPAC team (Hybrid Electric Systems, Electric Actuators, Fuel Cell Systems) at the FEMTO-ST institute, deputy director of the FRH2 hydrogen federation and co-founder of the H2SYS start-up. He was awarded the Blondel Medal in 2017, the CNRS Medal for Innovation in 2020 and "Fellow" of the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers in 2022.

Daniel Hissel is one of the pioneers of the international research on the diagnosis and prognosis of hydrogen-energy systems both for embedded and stationary applications. For more than 20 years now, he has orchestrated the activities of many researchers in the team, particularly in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for effective and non-invasive estimation of the state of health and control of systems integrating a fuel cell.

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  • Two young regional researchers awarded by the CNRS bronze medal

    Aude Bolopion (microrobotics) and Nadia Yousfi-Steiner (electrical engineering), two young researchers from FEMTO-ST Institute, were awarded by the CNRS bronze medal for their contribution to the advancement of French research.

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    Inauguration on Tuesday, July 9 of a joint laboratory between FEMTO-ST and Gorgy Timing to develop secure and certified time and frequency broadcasting systems for wireless and computer networks.

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    A team of researchers from FEMTO-ST has developed miniature conical lenses by revisiting glass-blowing techniques practiced since Roman times.

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  • Focus on the european MiMédi project

    On Tuesday 11 June 2019, the teams of the FEMTO-ST Institute and the EFS Bourgogne-Franche-Comté will present, in the presence of representatives of the regional district, an important European research project on regional smart specialisation.  Bringing together 10 industrial and academic partne

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  • Closure of the S3-4AlpClusters project

    The final conference of the S3-4AlpClusters project was held in Venice on the 13th and 14th of March, in attendance of all the partners (including FEMTO-ST), observers, policy makers and members of the European Commission.

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  • The W. G. Cady Prize awarded to Serge GALLIOU at the IEEE IFCS 2019

    This award recognizes Serge Galliou's exceptional and pioneering contributions in the development of cryogenic acoustic resonators with extremely high quality factors (very low mechanical losses) for sensor, oscillator or fundamental physics applications.

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  • Two CNRS bronze medals for FEMTO-ST

    Aude Bolopion (biomedical micro-nano robotics) and Nadia Steiner (fuel cell diagnostics) are awarded with the CNRS 2019 bronze medal for their promising research.

    Each year, the CNRS bronze medals welcome some 40 young scientists whose career start is extremely promising

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