Joost Koehoorn, Master’s student in Computing Science, is proclaimed best student of the Faculty of Science and Engineering (formerly known as the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences) and receives a GUF-100 award of EUR 2,500. On July 3rd, during the official close of the academic year, the University will award all GUF-100 prizes to outstanding students, one from each faculty. All degree programmes of the Faculty could nominate a student for the annual GUF-100 award, from which a faculty committee selected three students for the GUF-100 award.
From among the winners of the GUF-100 prizes on July 3rd, the winner of the RUG Excellence Award will be chosen.
Programme of Summer Ceremony 3 July 2015
As coordinator, Kas will receive EUR 1.6 million for his part in the project.
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