President Radev gives John Atanasoff Award to young Bulgarian computer scientists

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President Rumen Radev has given the 16th John Atanasoff Awards to young Bulgarian scientists working in the field of computer science in four categories. The prize is awarded for outstanding achievements to Bulgarian citizens up to 35 years of age, no matter whether they develop their scientific and research activities in Bulgaria or abroad. The grand prize this year was awarded to Dr. Peter Tsankov, who is currently a PhD graduate at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, where in the field of technological security.


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