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Complaint concerning Van Liempt’s PhD thesis declared unfounded

Recommendations of the LOWI accepted by the Board of the University in its final judgement.
21 August 2020

The Netherlands Board on Research Integrity (Landelijk Orgaan Wetenschappelijke Integriteit, LOWI) has advised the Board of the University of Groningen (CvB) about a complaint concerning the alleged infringement of academic integrity by Dr A.P.M. van Liempt. The LOWI declares that Mr van Liempt has not committed an infringement of academic integrity. The LOWI does advise him to repair the observed inaccuracies in his thesis. The Board of the University has decided to accept the recommendations of the LOWI in its final judgement. This means that the complaint that Mr Van Liempt had allegedly violated academic integrity in his PhD thesis has been declared unfounded.

Read more in the advice of the LOWI and the final judgement of the Board of the University.

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