Joachim Brodin has been awarded the Martin Landrø prize for outstanding master thesis in physics

Congratulations to Joachim!

Joachim Falck Brodin was awarded the Martin Landrø prize for outstanding master thesis in physics from the Norwegian Physical Society (Norsk Fysisk Selskap – NFS). He received his prize on June 24th. 

The Martin Landrø prize for outstanding master thesis in physics was established by NFS in 2011 based on a gift of NOK. 150,000 from Martin Landrø. The price consists of NOK 5,000 as well as a diploma, and is awarded during the NFS annual meeting every second year.

His master thesis is entitled “A new vision for 3D experiments on flow in porous media“. 

Read more about Joachim’s master here: https://www.tu.no/artikler/splitter-ny-3d-skanner-folger-vaesker-fra-hulrom-til-hulrom/492141

Joachim is now PhD candidate at PoreLab/UiO.

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