In the spring 2007 the Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation awarded the Honorary Scholarship to two DTU students. Each received DKK 6,000.
Sunvard Joensen and Peter Lindegård Nielsen, both studnets of DTU, have received the Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation Honorary Scholarship with each DKK 6,000. Both have completed most marine engineering subjects and courses with very good results, and at the time of the Honorary Scholarship Sunvard Joensen is working on his thesis, "Stokatiske bølgebelastninger og bølgeinducerede bevægelser på flydende offshore vindmøller bestemt ved First Order Reliability Method (FORM)", to his supervisors great satisfaction. In connection with his studies Peter Lindegård Nielsen has had sailing practice and has also studied one semester at the University of Newcastle. He is working on his thesis, "Numerical modeling of stern currents" in a business partnership with Ødegaard and Danneskiold-Samsøe.
In the autumn 2007 the Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation awarded the Honorary Scholarship to three DTU students. Each received DKK 6,000.
From the left: Bo Lydersen, Karsten Frederiksen, Keun Woo Shin, all recipients of the Honorary Scholarship, and associate Professor Poul Andersen, MEK, DTU.
Bo Lydersen and Karsten Frederiksen are finishing their exam work "Effektivitet af bovpropeller”, while Keun Woo Shin has started as PhD-student at DTU after his completion of his exam work ”Ship-Tug Interaction”.