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Facebook Fellowship awarded to Jeremias Knoblauch

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Jeremias Knoblauch, a second year PhD student supervised by Dr. Theo Damoulas (Warwick CS & Stats), has been selected as the first graduate student based in the UK and as one of only 21 graduate students worldwide to receive the Facebook Fellowship award.

The award consists of a stipend worth $84,000, a yearly trip to Facebook's global headquarters in California and additionally covers two years of university tuition fees. This year there were more than 900 applicants and Jeremias won the first and only UK-based fellowship. His research forms part of the London Air Quality project at the DCE programme in The Alan Turing Institute. You can learn more about Jeremias and the Facebook Fellowship by visiting https://jeremiasknoblauch.github.io/ and https://research.fb.com/programs/fellowship/

Fri 11 January 2019, 10:04 | Tags: Grants Research