The EarthByte group welcomes research student Fabian Stenzel from the Technical University Munich (Germany) who was awarded a competitive “RISE worldwide” scholarship (Research assistantships in Science and Engineering) from the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD. Fabian will be staying with the group for about 3 months and work together with Christian on assimilating global datasets for deforming plate models and geodynamic modelling. The RISE scholarship is an initiative of the German government-funded DAAD to facilitate international academic exchange and promote research careers with undergraduate students in Germany. It covers travel cost, insurance and pays a salary for the successful students.
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