Michel Armand, refernce researcher at CIC energiGUNE, has been awarded the “Fellow of the Electrochemical Society” prize, granted by this prestigious association in recognition of “scientific achievements and service to society”. Armand has received the award during the celebration of the 242nd Congress of the Electrochemical Society (ECS), which is taking place this week in Atlanta (USA).
“This award is a mark of high distinction given by the scientific community itself in recognition of the most outstanding technological contributions in the field of electrochemistry”, said ECS. The award, which Armand has received from ECS president, Turgut Gür, during the Plenary Session of the Congress, was established in 1989 and is awarded each year to 15 renowned researchers.
Armand’s candidacy was presented by Stefano Passerini, member of the Board of Directors of the Helmotz Institute Ulm (HIU) for Electrochemical Energy Storage and renowned player in the European battery ecosystem, to whom the CIC energiGUNE scientist has had words of gratitude.