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MD program student wins Jean-Sébastien Thomas Prize

MD program student, Kantaro TAKEYAMA received Jean-Sébastien Thomas Prize  at  10th  Society and Materials International Conference (SAM10) in Rome, Italy on May 9th,2016.

The prize is reward to the best research paper on sustainable development, presented at  SAM conference, held annually.
Takeyama received it to his  co-authored paper , “Dynamical material flow analysis of alloy elements associated with steel materials by using Matrace”  as the first recipient of The Jean-Sébastien Thomas Prize. 

The prize is established by ArcelorMittal in 2016 to honor the company’s former head of R&D for sustainability, Jean-Sébastien Thomas who contributed for the SAM conference and passed away in 2014. 

(from left) Takeyama and Ms.Anne-Laure Hettinger, ArcelorMittal Global Research & Development.

(from left) Takeyama and Ms.Anne-Laure Hettinger, ArcelorMittal Global Research & Development.