Awards

 

 
Awards and Distinctions obtained by the LARCASE professors and researchers
 
  1. The 2017 ARA Award for Excellence in Aerospace Engineering was given to Dr Botez for her International Contribution to the Aerospace Engineering and Education.

  2. The 2017 ARA Award for Excellence in Aerospace Engineering was given to Dr Lucian Teodor Grigorie.

  3. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics AIAA Associate Fellow recognition for Dr Ruxandra Botez, 2016.

  4. Venetzia Award offered by the Italian Chamber of Commerce for the leadership of Dr Botez in the CRIAQ MDO-505 project - Category 'Scientific and Academic'

  5. Selection of the presentation of Dr Ruxandra Botez on the ''Short List'' of the 14 best presentations and papers for the award given by the committee of the Greener Aviation 2014 conference

  6. Second award for the CRIAQ MDO-505 project obtained with the occasion of the CRIAQ Forum, on 17th of April 2014 - given to the team working on the CRIAQ MDO-505 project formed by professors Dr Ruxandra Botez, Dr Simon Joncas, Dr Eric Laurendeau (Ecole Polytechnique), Dr Mahmood Mamou et Dr Brian Jahrhaus and his team at the IAR-CNRC, the industrial leaders: Mr Philippe Molaret from Thales Canada, Dr Patrick Germain and Dr Fassi Kafyeke from Bombardier Aéronautique.

  7. Prix du modèle pour la meilleure simulation offert par la compagnie Presagis au laboratoire LARCASE sous la supervision du Dr Ruxandra Botez, le 15 novembre 2012.

  8. Third award for the completed CRIAQ 7.1 project obtained with the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of CRIAQ, on 16th of March 2012 - given to the team working on the CRIAQ 7.1 project formed by professors Ruxandra Botez, Vladimir Brailovski & Patrick Terriault (LAMSI-ETS), Ion Paraschivoiu (Ecole Polytechnique) and their students, Dr Mahmood Mamou and his team at the IAR-CNRC, the industrial leaders: Mr Philippe Molaret from Thales Canada, Dr Eric Laurendeau and Dr Fassi Kafyeke from Bombardier Aerospace.

  9. The "RTO Scientific Achievement Award 2012" - the most prestigious award offered to the research team AVT-161 of NATO. Dr Ruxandra Botez is the representant of this section for Canada. Please see the film of the ceremony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5G6Wxz_-7s

  10. ÉTS Research Excellence Award, for her outstanding contribution to research, 2007.

  11. Certificat of excellence to the CRIAQ pioneers, for her outstanding contribution to the CRIAQ research funded projects, Montreal, 2007.

  12. Finalist in Education Category, Women of Merit YWCA, 2006.


 

Awards and Distinctions obtained by the LARCASE students
 
  1. Award for the Excellent Presentation of the B. Eng. Project obtained following competition at the ÉTS between B. Eng. students, Miss Gueye Maimouna(Internship student), 2018.

  2. Best Presentation Award, obtained at the ICEER 2018: 20th International Conference on Engineering Education and Research, for paper entitled: Design and Validation of an Aerodynamic Model of Cessna Citation X Horizontal Stabilizer using both OpenVSP and Digital DATCOM by Marine Segui, Matthieu Mantilla, Ruxandra Mihaela Botez. This award was given by the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2018.

  3. Best Paper Award, obtained at the ICEER 2018: 20th International Conference on Engineering Education and Research, for paper entitled: Aerodynamic Coefficients Prediction from Minimum Computation Combinations using OpenVSP Software, by Marine Segui and Ruxandra Mihaela Botez. This award was given by the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2018.

  4. The CRIAQ MDO 505 Team led by Dr Botez: Teodor Lucian Grigorie, M. J. Tchatchuneg Kammegne, Andreea Koreanschi, Oliviu Sugar Gabor, Mohamed Guezguez, Yvan Tondji, Mahmood Mamou, Youssef Mébarki has won the Morphing Wing Modeling and Simulation Award, for the poster nr 25 ‘Experiments on a Real Aircraft Morphing Wing’. This poster was presented at the 41st Congress of the Romanian-American Academy of Arts and Sciences (ARA) during the Poster Competition that took place in July 19-22, 2017 at the University of Craiova in Romania, 2018.

  5. Posters Competition Finalist, Miss Marine Segui (Master student) – A number of 6 finalists were selected. The poster of Marine was installed in the hall of ÉTS during 3 weeks, 2018.

  6. Award for the best teaching assistant at École Polytechnique, Mr Georges Ghazi (PhD student) at the LARCASE, 2017.

  7. Poster Award in Aircraft Modeling (1st Award), Title of the poster: “Development of Aircraft Database in Cruise Flight using Equations of Motion” obtained by Miss Alina Turculet (Master Student), Georges Ghazi (PhD Student), Dr Ruxandra Botez, The 40th American Romanian Academy of Arts and Science ARA Congress, Montreal, Canada, July 28-31, 2016.

  8. Poster Award in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) - 1, Title of the poster: “Wing Geometry Optimization for the UAS-S4 Ehecatl with the aim of Aerodynamics Performance Improvement” obtained by Mr Guillaume Tatrie (Internship Student), Maximilien Hawawini (Internship Student), Dr Ruxandra Botez, The 40th American Romanian Academy of Arts and Science ARA Congress, Montreal, Canada, July 28-31, 2016.

  9. Poster Award in Navigation Modeling, Title of the poster: “Aircraft Trajectory Optimization to reduce Fuel Consumption in Cruise” obtained by Mr Charles Romain (Internship Student), Alejandro Murrieta Mendoza (PhD Student), Dr Ruxandra Mihaela Botez, The 40th American Romanian Academy of Arts and Science ARA Congress, Montreal, Canada, July 28-31, 2016.

  10. Poster Award in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) - 2, Title of the poster: “Estimation of the Flight Dynamics of the UAS-S4 through its Geometry Caracteristics” obtained by Mr Maxime Kuitche (PhD Student), Marine Segui (Internship Student), Anais Kerroux (Internship Student), Dr Ruxandra Botez, The 40th American Romanian Academy of Arts and Science ARA Congress, Montreal, Canada, July 28-31, 2016.

  11. Young Scientist Poster Award, Title of the poster: “Morphing Architectures and Related Technologies for Wing Efficiency Improvement” obtained by the CRIAQ MDO 505 Team and presented by Mr Manuel Flores Salinas (PhD Student), The 40th American Romanian Academy of Arts and Science ARA Congress, Montreal, Canada, July 28-31, 2016.

  12. Young Scientist Poster Award - Wind Tunnel, Title of the poster: “Numerical Modelling and Testing at the Price-Païdoussis Subsonic Wind Tunnel of Two Long Range Ground Surveillance Radars” obtained by Mr Oliviu Sugar (PhD Student), Manuel Flores Salinas (PhD Student), Oscar Carranza (Research Associate), Cyril Ledent (Internship Student), Robin Lacroix (Internship Student), Dr Ruxandra Botez, The 40th American Romanian Academy of Arts and Science ARA Congress, Montreal, Canada, July 28-31, 2016.

  13. Young Scientist Poster Award in Navigation, Title of the poster: “Constant Altitude Cruise Trajectory Optimization for Required Time of Arrival” obtained by Mr Radu Dancila (PhD Student), Loredana Dugulean (Master Student), Dr Ruxandra Botez, The 40th American Romanian Academy of Arts and Science ARA Congress, Montreal, Canada, July 28-31, 2016.

  14. Award for the best teaching assistant at École Polytechnique de Montreal, Mr Georges Ghazi (PhD student), ÉTS, Montreal, 2016.

  15. PhD Students CRIAQ Competition, First award - scholarship, Miss Andreea Koreanschi (PhD student), ÉTS, Montreal, 2016.

  16. Recognition for the Best Poster obtained by Mr Lars-Rudolf Hetfi (Internship student) at the ÉTS Automated Production Engineering Poster Competition at the ETS in Montreal. The title of the poster was “Modeling of the longitudinal flight dynamics – application to the Cessna Citation X”, 2016.

  17. Discovery Day, Third award for poster presentation, Mr Roberto Felix Patron (PhD student), ÉTS, Montreal, 2014.

  18. Students Aerospace Forum (SAF) Third award for poster presentation, Mr Georges Ghazi (Master student), ÉTS, Montreal, 2013.

  19. Discovery Day, Third award for poster presentation, Souleymane Sidibe (Master students), 2012.

  20. Best Oral Presentation Award, Roberto Félix Patron (PhD student), for the paper entitled Vertical profile optimization for the Flight Management System CMA-9000 using the Golden Section Search method; IECON 2012 conference, Montréal, Québec, Canada, 25-28 October 2012.

  21. Discovery Day, First award for poster presentation, Mr Robin Calestreme and Mr Francois Michaud (Master students), ÉTS, Montreal, 2012.

  22. Students Aerospace Forum (SAF) Second award for poster presentation, Mr Robin Calestreme and Mr Francois Michaud (Master students), McGill University, Montreal, 2012.

  23. Students Aerospace Forum (SAF) award on the 'FMS improvement' poster presentation, First award in the graduate students category, Mr Romain Brisemeur, Mr Julien Fays, Mr Gabriel Kouba (Master students), ÉTS, Montreal, 2009.

  24. American Helicopter Society (AHS) award on the 'Bell 427 parameter estimation modeling' poster presentation, Miss Sandrine De Jesus Mota (Master student), Concordia University, Montreal, 2008.

  25. Students Aerospace Forum (SAF) award on the 'Bell 427 parameter estimation modeling' poster presentation, Miss Sandrine De Jesus Mota (Master student), Concordia University, Montreal, 2008.

  26. Students Aerospace Forum (SAF) award on the 'Neural network for F/A-18 aircraft modeling' poster presentation, Mr Thibault DesMottes and Mr Nicolas Boely (Undergraduate students), Concordia University, Montreal, 2008.

  27. American Helicopter Society (AHS) award, Mr Patrick Dionne and Mr Adil Marzouki (Internship students), 2007.

  28. Students Aerospace Forum (SAF) Graduate Students award for poster presentation, Mr Michel Labib, Mr Laurentiu Birla (Master students), Mr Andrei Vladimir Popov (PhD student) and Mr Julien Fays (Internship student).

  29. Best oral presentation, Mr. Michel Nadeau Beaulieu (PhD student), for the paper entitled Ground dynamics model validation for a simulator certification; International Symposium on Industrial Electronics IEEE_ISIE 2006, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 9-13 June, 2006.

  30. Students Aerospace Forum (SAF) award for poster presentation, Miss Sandrine De Jesus Mota (Internship student), 2006.