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Annika Stuke receives PhD scholarship from the Magnus Ehrnrooth foundation

CEST group member Annika Stuke received a one-year scholarship from the Magnus Ehrnrooth foundation for her PhD studies. Congratulations!

Annika Stuke, PhD student in the Computational Electronic Structure Theory group in the Department of Applied Physics, has received a Magnus Ehrnrooth Foundation for postgraduate research in 2016. Annika joined the group in autumn 2015 from her home country, Germany.

For more information about the Foundation, please visit their website: http://www.magnusehrnroothinsaatio.fi/en/grants/.

For more information about CEST: http://physics.aalto.fi/en/groups/cest/

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