Prof. Gauvin's Prizes and Distinctions
Here is a non-exhaustive list:
Fellow of the Microanalysis Society of America (MAS) in 2018. Inaugural class.
Honorary Membership from the European Microbeam Analysis Society in 2017.
Birks Chair in Metallurgy-the top academic distinction in materials engineering at McGill.
The Presidential Service Award of the International Union of the Microbeam Analysis Societies in 2011 for outstanding services to this society.
The 31st Canadian Materials Physics Medal in 2007 by the Metallurgical Society of the Canadian Institute of Mining (CIM) for outstanding contribution in the development of new techniques to characterize materials using electron microscopy.
Heinrich Award recipient in 1997. This award from the Microbeam Analysis Society (MAS) of America underlines the exceptional scientific contribution of young scientific under Forty years old about materials characterization.
Ray Herbert Award. Best paper presented at the 1996 annual conference of the Canadian Aerospace Institute.
Winner of the Young Promising Microscopic Award given at the 13th International Congress on Electron Microscopy held in Paris, July 17 to 22, 1994.
Prix d'excellence du président de l’école, award given for the best Doctorate Thesis defended
in 1990 at École Polytechnique de Montréal. 50 Ph.D. were awarded in 1990.
Castaing Award for Best Student Paper presented at the 23rd conference of the Microbeam Analysis Society (MAS) in Asheville, NC, July 1989.
MAS Distinguished Student Award received at the 23rd conference of the Microbeam Analysis Society (MAS) in Asheville, NC, July 1989.
MAS Distinguished Student Award received at the joint conference of the Electron Microscopy Society of America (EMSA), the Microbeam Analysis Society of America (MAS) and the Microscopical Society of Canada (MSC) in August 1988.
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