Winners Huibregtsen prize 2020

09 Oct 2020

Johan Hoorn en Elly Konijn are the winners of the Huibregtsen prize for their research project on the electromechanical grandchild Alice

This year the evening of Science & Society was a blended event, with guests at the Hodshon Huis in Haarlem and guests who attended online.

Each year, during this event, the Huibregtsen prize is awarded for a research project that is scientifically innovative and could lead to a social application. 

And the winners are..
Johan Hoorn and Elly Konijn received the prize for their multidisciplinary research project 'Alice, an electromechanical grandchild'. They receive a prize, consisting of €25,000, a sculpture and they are offered to organize a workshop at the Lorentz Center.

We congratulate the winners and we are looking forward to organize a workshop with them.

For more information on the Huibregtsen prize and the winners, see the website of Avond van Wetenschap & Maatschappij and the press release (in Dutch). Or see the live stream of the evening of Science & Society.




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