Martijn Gösgens new Face of Science

Martijn Gösgens, PhD student at the Eindhoven University of Technology, has been chosen as one of the 12 new Faces of Science!, is a Dutch initiative which gives visitors a glimpse into the life of a researcher through blogs, videos and articles. The aim is to put PhD students from different fields in the spotlight and to show young people who are faced with a choice of study what it is like to be a scientist. Since 2013, 102 PhD students have blogged as Faces of Science about their lives as scientists. Faces of Science are also regular guests on radio and television and give lectures at festivals and schools, for example.

Dozens of PhD students blog about their lives as scientists on The blogs, unfortunately only in Dutch, are of interest to anyone interested in science. 

About Martijn's research:

Many networks contain groups that are closely related to each other, such as, for example, groups of friends in social networks or trading blocs in trade networks. Knowledge about these groups helps in understanding the network. Martijn's research focuses on developing algorithms that can find such groups in a network.

Faces of Science is an intitiative of the Dutch Academy of Ars and Sciences, although all the material on the website is in Dutch we will do our best to follow and maybe reshare some of Martijn's stories! For now, Martijn enjoy your new start in this really nice initiative!

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