PREVIOUS MEETINGS > 2008 - Toulouse, France

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The Marcel Ecabert Award

MICHEL BRUNET
"For his outstanding involvement and contribution dedicated to Time and Frequency Metrology developments for space applications along his career".

Prize sponsored by the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES).

The European Frequency and Time Award

PIERRE THOMANN
"For his profound research on clocks for ground and space applications and in particular for the development of the first continuous caesium fountain clock ".

ALDO GODONE
"For his fundamental contributions to the development of chains of frequency synthesis and frequency standards in the far-infrared and to the field of atomic clocks based on optical pumping".

Prize sponsored by the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES).

The EFTF Young Scientist Award

TILL ROSENBAND
"For the invention of particularly vibration immune optical resonators and his contributions to today's best optical single ion Al+ and Hg+ clocks".

STEPHEN WEBSTER
"For the development of vibration-insensitive thermal-noise-limited optical cavities and the development of the ytterbium ion octupole frequency standard".

Prize sponsored by EADS Sodern.

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