The Algorithms and Complexity group was very successful at the Informatics Awards 2023:
André Schiedler won the Best Dissertation Award for his thesis Scalability for SAT-based Combinatorial Problem Solving (supervised by Stefan Szeider).
Esra Ceylan won the Best Master Thesis Award for her thesis Optimal Seat Arrangement: Structure, Algorithms, and Complexity (supervised by Jiehua Chen).
Among the thirteen students who received a Bachelor of Honors award, five were supervised by professors of the Algorithms and Complexity group: Thomas Depian, Jakob Greilhuber, Michael Kiran Huber, Sophia Schober, and Florentina Voboril.
Congratulations to all awardees!