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Veni subsidy to KVI

05 April 2007

A Veni subsidy was given by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO to Alexandra Biegun. This type of subsidy is meant for researchers who have recently taken their PhD, to allow them to continue to develop their ideas. The title of the application was A comprehensive test of non-perturbative QCD via charmed hybrid studies using the PANDA detector. Alexandra Biegun has received funds to study this topic for four years at the KVI in collaboration with GSI Darmstadt.

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