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Peretz Friedmann selected as the recipient of the 2016 Meir Hanin Int’l Memorial Prize

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The Meir Hanin International Memorial Prize (M.H.I.M.P.) Committee, at the Technion, announced that Dr. Peretz P. Friedmann, François-Xavier Bagnoud Professor, Aerospace Engineering, at the University of Michigan, as the 2016 winner of the International Hanin Prize.

The Hanin Prize is awarded to honor prominent researchers from any country around the world who have made substantial scientific and/or technological contributions to the advancement of aerospace sciences and have ties with the Technion. The Hanin Prize will be awarded to Dr. Friedmann in Israel, where he will give two lectures, one of which is the Hanin Memorial Lecture at the 56th Israel Annual Conference on Aerospace Sciences (IACAS), March 9-10, 2016 and the other at the Technion in the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering.

Click here to view Dr. Friedmann’s bio and awards.

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