Prof. Haudin named Fellow of the Polymer Processing Society
3 February 2021
Jean-Marc Haudin, Professor Emeritus and Scientific Advisor at CEMEF, has just been elected "Fellow 2021"* of the Polymer Processing Society (PPS). This award is in recognition of his strong involvement in the society and his scientific contributions in the field of polymer processing and more specifically his research on the effects of flow and deformation during polymer processing operations.
It is a great honor for Jean-Marc Haudin who since 1974 has dedicated his life to research in the field of polymer crystallization.
Jean-Marc Haudin is a very active member of the PPS which he joined at its early beginnings in 1987. He has participated in almost all its international conferences, he co-organized the 6th edition in Nice, France in 1990. In 2016, the 32nd conference organized a special 70th anniversary symposium in his honor, followed by the publication of a special issue of the "International Polymer Processing" journal. He was the international representative for France from 1993 to 2016 and an editorial board member of the journal from 1996 to 2012.
In the same time, Jean-Marc Haudin has been a very dedicated researcher. He was in charge of the team "Cristallisation et Etudes Structurales des Polymères" from 1974 to 2006. He wrote/co-authored 4 books, 41 book chapters, 120 peer-reviewed articles. He has presented 76 invited lectures.
This distinction rewards his unfailing commitment to his field of research and to PPS, the society that best represents it. It is a great pride for him and for us.
He will receive the award at the next PPS conference to be held in Montreal, Canada from September 26 to 30, 2021.
*In 2021, PPS has decided to appoint Three Distinguished Fellows (one from each geographical area, Americas, Asia and Australia, Europe and Africa) for the second time since its inception in 1985.
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