Master's students at Natural Sciences receive Queen Margrethe II's travel grant
Sebastian Loeschcke, master's student in computer science, from the Department of Computer Science receives Queen Margrethe II's travel grant, which gives him the opportunity to travel to Tel Aviv to present his new scientific article at an international conference on computer vision and machine learning.
With Queen Margrethe II travel grants of DKK 25,000 each, five strong talents can now travel abroad to gain valuable new insight into their subjects. The grants will be presented at the university's annual celebration in the Main Hall on Friday 9 September.
From the Faculty of Natural Sciences, the master's student in computer science, Sebastian Loeschke, is receiving the scholarship.
In his studies, Sebastien Loeschcke has focused on machine learning and data-intensive systems, and when he was a Bachelor’s student, he was the lead author on a scientific article about how to make big data more palpable. He has presented his results at an international conference in Sweden.
He was part of the computer science degree programme talent track – Pre-Talent Track – and afterwards he was the student instructor for the talent track. At the same time, he has participated in research activities in several different research groups at the department.
The HM Queen Margrethe II Travel Grant will give Sebastian Loeschcke the opportunity to travel to Tel Aviv to present his new scientific article at an international conference on computer vision and machine learning.
Read more about the travel grants and the 5 recipients here.