Katja Hose gets prestigious grant for young female researchers.
DFF-YDUN is a special program funded by the Danish Council for Independent Research that promotes a more balanced gender composition in Danish research. The call in 2014 was open to all disciplines and attracted a total number of 553 submissions, out of which 17 (3%) were funded.
Katja Hose received the grant for her QWeb project, which will run from 2015 until 2018 and develop technologies based on Semantic Web standards that answer user queries easily and efficiently over the Web of Data.
Further information: http://www.aau.dk/nyheder/alle-nyheder/vis/talenter-forsker-i-pave-kommunikation-og-internetsoegning.cid147216 (in Danish)