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DAAD Award 2009 for Iranian Researcher

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Active ImageThe Iranian researcher of Berlin University of Technology won the DAAD award 2009 for his scientific achievements as well as cultural and social activities. The award which is accompanied with a cash prize of 1,000 euros is given to foreign graduates of Berlin University of Technology on a yearly basis in order to appreciate their scientific achievements or noteworthy social and cultural activities.

Dr. Farshad Nasrollahi started his doctorate studies at the university in November 2004. In summer 2009 he finished his doctorate course at Construction and Design Technology under guidance of Professor Klaus Stephan with the best mark. His thesis was about buildings which are responsive to climate and energy in continental climates which are suitable to design inactive buildings for the cold and dry climate of Iran.

During his studies he was part of a joint research project implemented by Iran and Germany and is now working as post-doctorate research on “young cities” at Berlin University of Technology.

Farhad Nasrollahi finished his doctorate in the shortest possible time and has been also active in cultural and social fields. Due to his personal experiences as an Iranian student living in Germany and to improve practical skills of Iranian students in Germany, he has written “Manual of Iranian Students in Germany” for the Scientific Consultation and Students Oversight Office in Schengen Region in Persian. The manual is now available on the website of the Iranian Ministry of Science, Research and Technology’s General Department for Scholarship and Overseas Students Affairs. The manual is a useful guide to those who want to study and research in Germany.

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