The project prizes are awarded to the student, or students producing the best individual projects, as judged by a prize committee. Additional projects that are outstanding in terms of technical achievement and presentation are awarded "Distinguished" status. The prize winning and distinguished projects are listed below. In most cases the reports can be downloaded electronically.

2016-17 Sponsored Prizes

Academic Excellence Awards, sponsored by The Department of Computing Corporate Partnership Programme (CPP)

Awarded for academic excellence, to students with an overall distinction and the highest exam marks. Value: £600 per student. This year's winners: 

  • MSc Advanced Computing: Lansac, Bruno   
  • MRes Advanced Computing: Zhao, Ruizhe
  • MSc Computing: Bor, Julianna 
  • MSc Computing Specialisms: Sternberg, William

Best (applied) MAC/MRes/Specialism Project, sponsored by Winton Capital

For annual award to an MSc student for an outstanding individual project in applied computing. Value: £600. This year's winner: 

  • Wesselhoeft, Christian (MSc  ML)

 

Best MSc Computing Project, sponsored by CPP

For annual award to a MSc student for an outstanding individual project in applied computing. Value: £600. This year's winner: 

  • Bor, Julianna (MSc)

Best Masters Project for Entrepreneurial Qualities, sponsored by Entrepreneur First

Awarded for the best masters project for entrepreneurial qualities. Value: £500. This year's winner:

  • Thomas Debrunner (MSc AI)

2016-17 Project Prizes

MSc Computing/MSc Specialism Group project prize to be awarded to the MSc Computing group, sponsored by CPP

For annual award for excellence in the Group Project on the MSc Computing Science and MSc Computing (Software Engineering) programmes. Value: £100 per student. This year's winners: 

  • Bor, Julianna
  • Gartland, James
  • Primc, Mateja
  • Sigl-Gloeckner, Philippa
  • Truter, Gavin
  • Valladares, Craig

 

2016-17 Distinguished projects

Projects that are outstanding in terms of technical achievement and presentation are awarded "Distinguished" status: