LNLS members are awarded

Awards were given in the international conferences ICALEPCS and WIRMS


Two members of the LNLS were recently awarded at international conferences. The engineer Daniel Tavares received the first award granted to early-career professionals by the conference ICALEPCS, related to control systems for large scientific facilities. The researcher Francisco Carlos Barbosa Maia received the award for best poster during the WIRMS event, which brings together staff and users of infrared beamlines from laboratories around the world.

Daniel de Oliveira Tavares received the first award from the ICALEPCS (International Conference on Accelerator and Large Experimental Physics Control Systems) conference for early-career professionals for his work on hardware design for Beam Positioning Systems (BPM) and Orbit Feedback, as well as its involvement with the Open Hardware movement.

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