Varghese Mathai (University of Twente) wins the Best Research Prize (2017) by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST)
Varghese Mathai (University of Twente) wins the Best Research Prize (2017) by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) in recognition of his work on "Buoyant particles in turbulent flows". The prize is meant for PhD students, postdocs (PD) or academic staff members who qualify as Early Stage Researchers (ESR) whose career spans less than 8 years from the PhD defense. The prize aims to promote the commitment of young investigators for excellence in performing and communicating research on flowing matter. The COST program covers topics including complex fluids, active matter, and complex flows.
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