Mike Sas wins ALICE Thesis Award

On July 28, Mike Sas has been awarded with one of the ALICE Thesis Awards 2021-2022. He did his PhD research at the Institute for Gravitational and Subatomic Physics. 

The awards are given once a year for the most outstanding PhD thesis by members of the ALICE Collaboration in the field of physics and instrumentation. For 2021-2022, five thesis awards are granted and Mike Sas was one of the winners. 

Mike received the award for his thesis entitled ‘Illuminating Light; Neutral meson production and direct photon correlations from small to large collision systems at the LHC’. He defended his thesis in June 2021, with which he was honoured with the distinction cum laude. 

The Thesis Award 2022 Ceremony has taken place at July 28, during the ALICE Physics week.

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