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Dr. Yuli Shan (IREES) wins FSE Postdoc Prize

30 November 2021

On November 25, the third FSE Postdoc Prize has been awarded to Dr. Yuli Shan of the Energy and Sustainability Research Institute Groningen (ESRIG). Shan received the prize for his impressive work and its great outreach. His research focuses on the global challenges of climate change and sustainable development. Dean Jasper Knoester handed over the Postdoc Prize statue to him. Shan also receives a gratification of EUR 1,000.

Dr. Jeffrey Buter and Dr. Casper van der Kooi finished on an honourable second place. They will receive a gratification of EUR 500 each.

FSE Postdoc Prize

The FSE Postdoc Prize 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.

Dr. Yuli Shan and Dean Jasper Knoester
Dr. Yuli Shan and Dean Jasper Knoester
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