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Full member of the Sigma Xi scientific research society (since 2015).

Awards and Scholarships
(10) GE GRC’s “Above and beyond” award (2016)
“...Your technical deliverables are critical to our business. Your presentations to senior leadership are excellent. Your dedication and excellent work are highly appreciated by our customers.”
General Electric Co. - Global Research Center & Distributed Power

(9) GE GRC’s “Above and beyond” award (2016)
“...Thanks for enabling me to find a working solution on analyzing the speed sensor data, millions of data points. The code is 75 % faster. I have used this throughout my program for the past year...Thanks for helping!!”
General Electric Co. - Aviation

(8) GE GRC’s “Above and beyond” award (2016)
“...The quality of your work on enhancing the Bayesian hybrid modeling framework demonstrates your engagement with one of the most important tools in our lab...Your hard work and timing in delivering quality code...has impressed our business partners at GE Renewables.”
General Electric Co. - Global Research Center

(7) Henri S. Sack Memorial Award (2011)
“M.Eng. student with the best academic performance in the school of Applied and Engineering Physics.” Cornell University.
About Prof. Dr. Henri S. Sack

The following scholarships were awarded to assist in my studies at Cornell as an M.Eng. student. They were extremely helpful to me, and played a key role in obtaining the above (award # 7) Henri S. Sack memorial award as a result of my studies. I am extremely grateful for the support.

(6) Frants Allings Legat (2010)
Scholarship

(5) Vera & Carl Johan Michaelsens Legat (2010)
Scholarship

(4) Reinholdt W. Jorck og Hustrus Legat (2010)
Scholarship

(3) Otto Moensteds Legat (2010)
Scholarship

(2) Master of Engineering Fellowship (2010)
MEC Fellow.
“(...) are awarded to the most outstanding applicants to the M.Eng. degree program.” Applied and Engineering Physics. Cornell University.

(1) Oticon Fonden (2010)
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