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Prof. Maxim Pchenitchnikov won the “Teacher of the Year” Award 2017-2018 for (Applied) Physics Programme

20 February 2019

On February 14 2019, a contest took place for the “Teacher of the Year” Award 2017-2018 for (Applied) Physics Programme. Four nominees presented 15-minute lectures on a student-proposed subject “Forgotten Physics”. Anonymous voting followed the lectures, named the winner: Maxim Pchenitchnikov with his lecture “Four Realms of Forgotten Physics”.

The contestants (from left to right): Maxim Pchenitchnikov, Elisabetta Pallante, Diederik Roest and Erik van der Giessen.
The contestants (from left to right): Maxim Pchenitchnikov, Elisabetta Pallante, Diederik Roest and Erik van der Giessen.
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