PhD student receives IMS Hannan Graduate Travel Award
Martin Wiegand, a PhD student supervised by Saralees Nadarajah, has been awarded the 2019 IMS Hannan Graduate Travel Award. He is one out of just 10 students worldwide to receive this award.
The purpose of this award, as with the New Researcher Travel Award, is to fund travel and registration to attend (and possibly present) a paper or a poster at an IMS sponsored or co-sponsored meeting.
The travel awards are only available to Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS) members who are graduates studying in the area of statistical science or probability and have not yet received a PhD.
Find the full list of winners on the IMS website.