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Professor Faltinsen wins the Fridtjof Nansen award 2011

The Fridtjof Nansen award for outstanding research in science and medicine in 2011 goes to professor Odd Magnus Faltinsen for his work in marine hydrodynamics.

Rewards can be awarded to Norwegian researchers, or researchers resident in Norway, which has provided scientific contributions of international significance on very high level.

The prize of NOK 150 000, a medal and diploma was awarded to him by the Nansen Fund at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters' annual meeting on May 3rd.

Photo: Eirik Furu Baardsen




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