The winner of the award was announced at the « First ICTEAM Young Researchers' Day » which took place on May 31, 2011. Michel Gevers, president of the selection committee, delivered a very witty speech explaining how the jury proceeded to select the best thesis among all applications (read Michel Gevers' speech).
Mostafa EMAM's thesis, entitled "Wide Band and Noise Characterization of Various Mosfets for Optimized Use in RF Circuits" was nominated (Promotors : Prof. D. Vanhoenacker (ICTEAM) and Prof. F. Danneville (Univ. de Lille 1)).
The ICTEAM Thesis Award 2011 was conferred to Frédéric CREVECOEUR for his thesis entitled "The Gravitational Forces as Fundamental Input for Sensorimotor Coordination". The thesis promotors are Prof. Philippe Lefèvre (ICTEAM) and Prof. Jean-Louis Thonnard (IoNS).
Unfortunately, Frédéric Crevecoeur could not be present since he has a post-doctoral position at Queen's University (Canada), but he sent a thank you speech that was read by Philippe Lefèvre in his name (read Frédéric Crevecoeur's speech).
The members of the selection committee were G. Avoine, D. Flandre, M. Gevers (president), P. Kinget, C. De Vleeschouwer and P. Van Dooren.