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Name Nomination
Kostas Kousouris "For his sustained and critical contributions to the development of jet energy calibration, tests of QCD and searches for new physics using jets."
Andrea Rizzi "For his sustained and critical contributions to the silicon microstrip tracker, its exploitation through the development of software for track reconstruction and secondary vertex tagging, and the search for long-lived exotic particles."
Markus Stoye "For his sustained and critical contributions to the development of the software for the alignment of the Tracker, to the measurement of the polarization of W bosons at high pT, and to the search for supersymmetry in all–hadronic and single lepton channels."
Jean-Roch Vlimant "For his sustained and critical contributions to the development of software for the calorimeter and tracking triggers at HLT; data quality monitoring, detector simulation and reconstruction software."
YOUNG RESEARCHER'S MEDALS AND PRIZES 2014

From left to right: Tejinder Virdee, Andrea Rizzi, Guido Tonelli, Kostas Kousouris, Markus Stoye, Jen-Roch Vlimant and Tiziano Camporesi. Michel Della Negra and Joe Incandela could not be present at CERN. More photos can be found here

Name Nomination
Colin Bernet "For his sustained and critical contributions to the development of particle-flow based global event description and its use in CMS physics analyses, and to the search for the Higgs boson in its decay to tau leptons."
Oliver Gutsche "For his sustained and critical contributions to the development, deployment and operation of the world-wide distributed Computing system of CMS."
Dymtro Kovalskyi "For muon reconstruction, of a new "lightweight" event display for CMS, of lepton triggers, and to the search for the Higgs boson in its decay to W bosons."
Andrea Petrucci "For his sustained and critical contributions to the design and implementation of many components of the Data Acquisition system of CMS and to its operation."
YOUNG RESEARCHER'S MEDALS AND PRIZES 2013

From left to right: From left to right: Guido Tonelli, Colin Bernet, Andre David, Oliver Gutsche, Dima Kovalskyi, Andrea Petrucci, Joe Incandela, Tejinder Virdee. Michel Della Negra could not be present at CERN. More photos can be found here