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Quazi Saimoon Islam, Chris Mutugi, Mousumi Mahato ja Aikaterini Niovi Triantafyllaki were awarded Tartu Observatory's scholarships

 

This year, Tartu Observatory's scholarships were awarded to Quazi Saimoon Islam, Chris Mutugi, Mousumi Mahato ja Aikaterini Niovi Triantafyllaki. All of them have showed great results and good academic performance during their studies.

Mousumi Mahato and Aikaterini Niovi Triantafyllaki were awarded the Ernst Julius Öpik scholarship. The scholarship is appointed to an astronomy student for their achievements while studying.

Quazi Saimoon Islam was awarded the Charles Villman scholarship. The scholarship is appointed to a student of space technology or a related area for their achievements while studying.

Chris Mutugi earned the Juhan Ross scholarship. The scholarship is appointed to environmental physics or related area student for their achievements while studying.

Juhan Ross, Ernst Julius Öpik and Charles Villmann scholarships are granted once a year. To decide the laureates, the Council of Tartu Observatory forms the Scholarship Commission, involving, if necessary, experts in the field. The Commission submits reasoned opinions on the candidates and proposes the scholarships.

 

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