The Gratama Foundation awarded George Azzopardi
Congratulations to Dr. George Azzopardi who received a Gratama Foundation grant for his project "Securing forensic evidence data with blockchain technology"! The project aims to develop Blockchain techniques that ensure the genuineness of visual data used in criminal courts against tampering by law enforcement agencies, in this way adding to our research in software intensive systems, pattern recognition and image processing. The Gratama Foundation grant is awarded to projects that contribute to teaching, pioneering research or a specific field of application.
The University of Groningen established the Ben Feringa Impact Award to highlight the exceptional achievements of researchers and students in the field of knowledge utilization.
The Northern Netherlands region is setting up the AI Hub Northern Netherlands, a new network organization that is bringing together companies, knowledge institutions and other organizations that work with artificial intelligence (AI).
Our climate is changing and not enough has yet been done to prevent a rise in temperature. Humanity must adjust to the consequences of climate change, through climate adaptation. The University of Groningen’s Campus Fryslân and Frisian water board...