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Chris Fensch awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship

Congratulations to Chirs Fensch who has been awarded a five-year Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship.

Congratulations to NAIS Research Associate Dr Chris Fensch who has been awarded a five-year Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship to continue his work on Auto-tuned Programming Patterns for the Heterogenous Parallel Programming Challenge. RAEng Research Fellowships are designed to promote excellence in engineering. They provide support for high-quality engineers and encourage them to develop successful academic research careers. The process is highly competitive and we are delighted that Chris has achieved this recognition.

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