Anna Latour wins second prize at KNVI Thesis Prize for Informatics
The KNVI (Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging van Informatieprofessionals) awarded Thesis Prizes for Informatics and Information Science
On 27 November, Anna Latour receives a second prize of € 1,000 for her graduation thesis during the award ceremony of the KNVI Thesis Prize for Informatics and Information Science at the Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen (KHMW) in Haarlem.
For her graduation thesis 'Incremental algorithms for solving stochastic constraint optimization problems with probabilistic logic programming' Latour investigated whether there was a more efficient way to calculate possible scenarios and strategies. Latour did her research at KU Leuven.