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Frédéric G. Gibou, an assistant professor of computer science
and mechanical engineering is among this year’s 116 national
winners of prestigious Sloan Research Fellowships from the
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The new Sloan Research Fellows
were selected from among hundreds of highly qualified
scientists in the early stages of their careers on the basis
of their exceptional promise to contribute to the advancement
of knowledge. In the 50 years that the Alfred P. Sloan
Foundation has been awarding research fellowships, 34 former
Sloan Fellows have received Nobel Prizes.

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