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Prize Winners and awards NFOG

To encourage scientific work in the Nordic countries NFOG gave scholarships, award and prizes at the NFOG congress

Winners of the ACTA Prizes 2015 (two from each member country):

Denmark: the two winners of the new ACTA Prize (DSOG General Assembly in April 2015) were:
Birgitte Baldur-Felskov and Bjørn Bay

 
June 2014, Stockholm

Thesis lottery winners (2500 DDK):

Jone Trovik(2012)
Bergen, Norway

Riitta Koivisto-Korander (2012)
Helsink,i Finland

Antonina Sazonova (2013)
Sahlgrenska Sweden

Julie Glavind (2013)
Aarhus Denmark

June 2012 Bergen

Thesis lottery winners:

Gabriella Falk (2010)
Linköping University Sweden

Leena Rahkonen (2010)
University of Helsinki Finland

Jessica Frisk (2011)
University of Linköping Sweden

Ida Kirkegaard (2011)
University of Aarhus Denmark


June 2010 Copenhagen

 

Young scientist award , 20.000 DKK:
Anna Kanerva
Finland.

Acta prize , 20.000 DKK:
Nanneli Pallasmaa
Finland.

Lillehammer scholarships , 20.000DKK each:
Barbara Geppert
Sweden and
Jeanett Østergaard
Denmark.

NFOG thesis registry lotto 2008 and 2009, 2.500 DKK each:
Tine Dalsgaard Clausen
Denmark
Marja Sarkola
Finland
Karolina Partheen
Sweden and
Jouko Järvenpää
Finland.

Prizes for poster at the congress , 10.000 DKK, each:
Sigrún Perla Böðvarsdóttir
Iceland
Sys Nikolajsen
Denmark and
Outi Uimari
Finland

Prizes for free communication presentation at the congress , 10.000 DKK each:
Anna Möller
Sweden
Christina Damsted Petersen
Denmark and
Nils-Halvdan Morken
Norway.

 

See the 2008 winners