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Defense of the International Dual Doctorate from FESB and the Institut Polytechnique de Paris (Palaiseau)


On December 18, 2020, Ms. Marina Prvan successfully defended her doctoral dissertation at FESB, entitled "Algorithms for the level -1 trigger with the HGCAL calorimeter for the CMS HL-LHC upgrade", prepared under the joint mentorship of prof. Julija Ožegović Ph.D. from FESB and Claude Charlot, a professor at the French iInstitut Polytechnique. Her doctoral thesis evaluation committee consisted of:

- Prof. Ivica Puljak Ph.D. (FESB, Split, Croatia), chair

- Prof. Sven Lončarić Ph.D. (FER, Zagreb, Croatia), member

- Assoc. prof. Linda Vicković Ph.D. (FESB, Split, Croatia), member

- Prof. Julije Ožegović Ph.D. (FESB, Split, Croatia), mentor

- Prof. Claude Charlot Ph.D. (LLR, Palaiseau, France), mentor

- Prof. Isabelle Wingerter-Seez (CPPM, Marseille, France), member

- Jean-Baptiste Sauvan Ph.D., LLR, Palaiseau, France), member

- Prof. Paul Dauncey Ph.D. (Imperial College, London, United Kingdom), member

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, part of the commission participated in the defense online.

Chairing the commission, prof. Ivica Puljak Ph.D. summarized the applicant's significant scientific path to fulfilling conditions for obtaining the highest academic degree. Enrolled in an international dual doctorate (cotutelle) since 2016, for the preparation of which she was awarded a scholarship by the French government, Marina Prvan is working as an assistant at FESB and participates in projects collaborating with CERN.


Prof. Claude Charlot Ph.D. expressed his satisfaction with the application's academic success, and pointed out how important the nearly twenty years long fruitful cooperation between his home institution, the Institut Polytechnique, and FESB is. As current visiting professor in the said faculty, he is particularly pleased with the opportunity to monitor closely the scientific growth of his doctoral students in Split.

The defense of Marina Prvan's  dual French-Croatian doctorate ads to the list of Croatian students with a degree from the prestigious Polytechnique Institute (Ivica Puljak, Roko Pleština, Marko Kovač, Toni Šćulac).

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