In the spring 2008 the Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation's Honorary Scholarship arwarded three marine engineer students with each DKK 6,000.
From the left: Lars Peter Løvendahl Raun, Rasmus Damsgaard Kjeldsen and Jesper Rosenkrantz Andersen, all Honorary Scholarship recipients, and associate Professor Poul Andersen, MEK, DTU.
Lars Peter Raun and Jesper R. Andersen are in th middle of their final assignment on optimization of ship lines, while Rasmus Kjeldsen graduated as a Bachelor of Engineering with exam work on jacket structure as the foundation for offshore wind turbines.
In the autumn 2008 the Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation's Honorary Scholarship arwarded a student with DKK 6,000.
From the left: censor Jens U. Römeling, Honorary Scholarship recipient Christian Klimt Nielsen, supervisor and professor Preben Terndrup Pedersen and co-supervisor and professor Jørgen Juncher Jensen.
In the autumn of 2008 the Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation's Honorary Scholarship was award to stud. Eng. Christian Klimt Nielsen. As a student he has been very focused on education in the marine technical field, and with his thesis: "Wave Induced Horizontal Bending and torsional Response of Container Ships" distinguished himself by developing a practical calculation method to analyze voltage level, accelerations and rates for container ships and bulk carriers subjected to unbalanced dynamic slamming loads. After defending his thesis successfully, he is now a engineer.