Tiphaine Abenia wins the France/Québec prize of the thesis in co-tutorship 2020

Tiphaine Abenia, doctoral student in Architecture at the University of Montreal, wins the 2020 co-tutorship thesis award. Awarded by the French Consulate in Montreal, this title recognizes the best doctoral theses produced under a Franco-Quebec co-supervision agreement.

On October 19, 2020, the Consulate General of France in Quebec City, following the recommendations of the evaluation mission of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and lʼInnovation, designated Tiphaine Abenia as the French winner of the 2020 cotutelle thesis prize. The French and Quebec cotutelle thesis prizes, in the amount of $1,500, were awarded at the Gala organized by Acfas (Association francophone pour le savoir) held virtually on December 9.

Under the direction of Daniel Estevez (ENSA Toulouse) and Jean-Pierre Chupin (UdeM) for the individualized doctorate in architecture, Tiphaine Abenia’s dissertation “Potential architecture of the Large Abandoned Structure (L.A.S.): categorization and projection” was defended in June 2019. An architect and engineer, Ms. Abenia now teaches at the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).