Tijana Gajic, one of the PEXIM scholars (generation 2011/2012) has won the second place in the Cambridge Contest in Quantitative Methods. “The committee was impressed with the group’s work that ranked 2nd in their cohort. The prize is only awarded for exceptional quantitative work: Robin and Tijana’s projects are exemplars. The Cambridge Contest is a university-wide tournament that consists of a series of empirical problem sets to be solved using statistical software packages”, stated Thilo Klein, Lecturer in Econometrics, Judge Business School.
Tijana has also been selected as one of the 50 students, selected amongst 3,000 students from the leading world universities, to compete in the “Energy Battle Competition” (www.nrgbattle.nl) which was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She worked on the project “Floating Liquid Natural Gas vs. On shore LNG” for Shell. The competition was organized by “The Talent Agency”
(www.tta-world.com) and was held during the World Gas Conference (www.wgc2012.com).
“It was an interesting experience which helped me gain a wider picture of the global energy sector”,said Tijana.
The PEXIM Foundation, its scholars and Alumni join the University of Cambridge in congratulating Tijana on these amazing achievements.