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Noemi Zaritzky, tenured professor at the Faculty of Engineering at the National University of La Plata (UNLP) and Senior Researcher at the Conicet won the TWAS International Award 2019 in the area of Engineering Sciences, becoming the only woman to win the distinction this year.
Zaritzky was the first female Full Member of the Academy of Engineering of the Province of Buenos Aires in 1997 and also the first female Full Member of the National Academy of Engineering, Argentina, since 2008.
He is also a Senior Academic in the Engineering and Technology Sciences Section of the National Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences of Argentina since 2018.
The TWAS awards from the World Academy of Science (The World Academy of Science), based in Italy, are considered among the most prestigious in research in developing countries.
Every year TWAS awards individual awards to researchers in nine fields of science: Agricultural Sciences; Biology; Chemistry; Earth Sciences; Astronomy and Space Sciences; Engineering Sciences; Mathematics; Medical Sciences; Physics and Social Sciences.
Zaritzky was postulated by the National Academy of Exact Physical and Natural Sciences of Argentina, for her academic and scientific career.
Chemical Engineer from UNLP and PhD in Chemical Sciences from UBA, received the award for her scientific and technological contributions in Food Engineering and Environment.
Zaritzky developed his entire teaching, scientific and technological career at the Faculty of Engineering of the UNLP and at the Center for Research and Development in Food Cryotechnology (CIDCA) under Conicet, CIC, UNLP.
Among the awards he received in his career are the National Academy of Engineering Award (2006); the Bernardo Houssay Award for Scientific Technological Research 2006. Category Consolidated Researcher in Agricultural Sciences, Engineering and Materials; the Consecration Award of the National Academy of Exact Physical and Natural Sciences of Argentina Year 2010. Section Engineering- Food Technology; and the Bunge and Born Foundation Award in Process Engineering 2015 (First woman in 50 years to receive this award).
Publication Date: 22/12/2018
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