Master’s theses prizes have been awarded

The Dean of the School of Chemical Engineering awards thesis prizes to master of science graduates in technology and doctor of science graduates in technology in 2021. The amount of the thesis prize is EUR 1000.
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The criteria, in order of importance, are:

1. evaluation assessment

2. the time spent on the Master's degree

3. academic achievement

The 2021 prize will be awarded to:

DI Eklund Kim
Modelling pyroelectricity with first-principles quantum chemical calculations

DI Harmat Adam
Molecular Dynamics Simulations on the Effect of Peptide Secondary Structure and Substrate Charge on Adsorption at Silica Surface

DI Jämsä Tytti
Construction of phaC knockout strains of a hydrogen-oxidising autotrophic bacterial species

DI Sipiläinen Tuomas
Electrofuel Production Routes and Costs In Europe Until 2030



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