Lukas Ahrenberg elected Computer Science teacher of the year 2022

The teacher of the year was announced at the CS Department meeting on Wednesday 14 December 2022.
Lukas Ahrenberg

University teacher Lukas Ahrenberg was elected as the Computer Science teacher of the year 2022. Ahrenberg knows how to organize a structured hybrid course. He received special mentions on the course materials, which provided a lot of support for completing the course successfully. The students described the course as reasonable and suitably challenging. Ahrenberg is praised by students for his enthusiastic teaching and genuine interest in students and their learning success.

Picks from the course feedback of CS-A1120 Programming 2:

  • I really appreciate the teacher’s effort in making both the in-person lectures and video lectures available to cater to the preferences of different students. He and the TAs are very helpful, and I’ve learnt a lot from them.
  • Lukas Ahrenberg was and is awesome. Always ready to help and taking care of everyone. The excercise sessions were a huge help. I actually got very motivated about programming during this courseand really started to consider changing my minor. These programming courses have been always so well implemented, and I always learn so much.
  • Lukas was an amazing guy, great lectures and a good way of handling things when issues arose.

The teacher award has been granted since 2007. This year, a total of 21 proposals were received and 10 teachers nominated for the award. The teacher of the year receives a certificate of honour and a reward of 1000 euros.

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