During a small ceremony in the Faculty Room on Friday December 11, the second FSE Postdoc Prize has been awarded to
Dr. Amar Kamat
for his outstanding achievements. Dr. Kamat has an excellent research profile, with a strong link to engineering and valorization. His research concerns the use of state-of-the-art 3D printing technology to fabricate complex-shaped structures inspired by nature.
The Postdoc Prize, which is an initiative of the FSE Postdoc Council, is an incentive to a successful postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty. It recognizes outstanding young researchers who have demonstrated excellent research and who are showing an exceptional promise for the future. Amar Kamat received a gratification of EUR 1,000. The other two final nominees were
Dr. Nadja Simeth
Dr. Brian Hare
Kapteyn Astronomical Institute
. They received EUR 500 each.
The grant is for her project ‘ Cosmic ray antideuterons as a probe for new physics’.
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