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The winners of the yearly award "Årets framtidsbyggare" announced

IIIEE student awarded in the category "Talent of the year"
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In the photo from left to right: Yuchen Yang, Aija Baumane, Jonas Hafström, Vitaliya Mokhava, Hans Eliasson, Christopher Nilsson, Erik Hjort, Thomas B Johansson and Shambhatra Sreepada. Photographer: Jens C Hilner

On 15 November, the winners of the yearly award "Årets framtidsbyggare" was announced during a ceremony at Skissernas museum. 

The yearly award "Årets framtidsbyggare" is a prize (1.2 million SEK) with three categories: 1) "Årets innovatör" (The innovator of the year, 750 000 SEK), 2) "Årets opinionsbildare" (The opinion-former of the year), 3) "Årets talang" (The talent of the year). This year, 10 students from Lund university were awarded "The talent of the year" for distinguished MSc theses within the area of energy efficiency.

Jack Fraser from the IIIEE was one of the awarded students for his thesis on Knock on (Engineered) Wood: Pathways to Increased Deployment of Cross-Laminated Timber

This is the fourth year the Foundation for development of building energy efficiency awards the prize in collaboration with Lund University and the magazine 'Fastighetsvärlden'.

View press release here (in Swedish)

View published article here (16 Nov. 2017)

View more images here

Read more about the prize here
 

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