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Annika Stuke received Magnus Ehrnrooth Foundation grant for PhD study

CEST's PhD candidate Annika Stuke receives a one-year scholarship from the Magnus Ehrnrooth foundation. Congratulations!

Annika Stuke, PhD candidate in the Computational Electronic Structure Theory group (group leader: Patrick Rinke) in the Department of Applied Physics, is awarded the Magnus Ehrnrooth Foundation grant for postgraduate research. This will finance the 3rd-year of her PhD study at Aalto University. Her research topic is Machine learning methods for spectra of novel materials.

For more information about the Magnus Ehrnrooth Foundation please visit http://www.magnusehrnroothinsaatio.fi/en/grants/

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