Emiel van Disseldorp wins Best Student Award on international Biomechanics congress
During the 40th edition of the congress of the European Society of Biomechanics (ESB 2016), Emiel van Disseldorp MSc received the prestigious ‘Best Student Award’. With his presentation “Mechanical Characterization of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms using 4-D Ultrasound” he defeated two other finalists and won thé prize of the ESB 2016.
ESB Student Awards
“The ESB Student Awards were instituted … with the purpose to honor excellence in biomechanics already at a relatively young age. At every ESB Congress one first prize Student Award and three runner up Awards will be given to four students based on the recommendation of the Awards Committee selecting the four best proceeding abstracts for a final presentation at the ESB Congress and on a secret ballot to select the first place, which will be held amongst the meeting delegates attending the award lectures. The award consists of a certificate for each winner and 1000 € for the first place and 250 € for the runners up donated by Elsevier Science Ltd.” Source: website ESB 2016
ESB 2016 took place in Lyon, France, from the 10th to 13th of July 2016 and was jointly organized by the European Society of Biomechanics (ESB) and the Société de Biomécanique (SB).