The Danish Socity for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation Honorary Scholarship has been awarded to Pablo Esquivel de Pablo and Kasper Føns Bach for their commitment and hard work.
The Danish Socity for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation Honorary Scholarship was award to Kasper Føns Bach, DTU, in the middle of the picture.To the left is member of the board Ulrik Dam Nielsen and member of theboard and tutor Hans Otto Kristensen.
Kasper's diploma thesis was drawing up a proposal for the determination of environmental performance for vessels of a ship owner, in this case Unifeeder. This environmental performance assessment (in terms of energy consumption and CO2 emissions per transport unit) should be carried out aimed at the so-called Ship Efficiency Management Plans (SEEMP), which from 2013 will be a requirement for existing ships. During the work Kasper showed great independence and resourcefulness and prepared an advanced Excel spreadsheet which in a very illustrative manner gave the company a good overview of the environmental performance of some selected vessels in the company's total fleet.
Kasper's work was rewarded with a grade 10 and high praise. Both I and those of my colleagues who have taught Kasper agree that he deserves The Danish Socity for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation Honorary Scholarship which is why we nominate him. Kaper also has a friendly and positive character and is popular among students and teachers.
Reciepient of The Danish Socity for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation Honorary Scholarship Pablo Esquivel de Pablo together with Poul Andersen and Ulrik Dam Nielsen
The reason for receiving the Honorary Scholarship is that Pablo Esquivel de Pablo has helped to promote maritime education and training provided by FVM. This is done through lectures, where Pablo has participated in his capacity as the DTU first students at the 'Nordic Master in Maritime Engineering' and as a result of his involvement in Nul-Kryds. Also mentionalble is Pablos work in connection with the recent Tech Event at FORCE Technology, where close to 100 students attended the event.