Ronald de Haan wins the Beth Dissertation Prize
Ronald de Haan wins the E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize 2017 for his thesis "Parameterized Complexity in the Polynomial Hierarchy."
The E. W. Beth Dissertation Prize is named in honor of the Dutch mathematician Evert Willem Beth, and is awarded to outstanding PhD theses in the fields of Logic, Language, and Information by the Association for Logic, Language and Information.
Ronald wrote his thesis while working at the Algorithms and Complexity Group at TU Wien under the supervision of Stefan Szeider.
Currently Ronald is holding a postdoc position with the Computational Social Choice Group at the University of Amsterdam, funded by an Erwin Schrödinger Fellowship.
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