On June 14, the LHCb collaboration, which brings together more than 1,000 scientists and engineers and more than 400 doctoral students, announced the names of the winners of the LHCb Prizes 2022. Each year, the collaboration rewards the best theses, as well as the exceptional contributions of early-career scientists.
- Valeriia Zhovkovska (PHE Pole, LHCb team) received the prize given to early career scientists.
- Guillaume Pietrzyk (PHE Pole, LHCb team) received the prize for the best LHCb thesis he defended in 2021 at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.
The members of the LHCb collaboration who presented these awards agreed that the level of work carried out by the many candidates selected was very high, proof of the solidity and diversity of the work carried out by the young colleagues in the experiment.