Project archive

2015-2016

The Corporate Partnership Programme Awards for Academic Excellence

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

  • MSc Computing Science: Snowden, Christopher.
  • MSc Computing (Specialism): Lertvittayakumjorn, Piyawat.
  • MSc Advanced Computing: Matellanes, Ivan.

The Winton Capital Applied Computing MSc Project Prize

Awarded to an MSc student in the Department of Computing for an outstanding performance on their final project. Value: £600 per student. This year's winners: 

  • MSc Computing Science: Snowden, Christopher.
  • MSc Advanced Computing: Bahri, Mehdi.

MSc Computing/MSc Specialism Group Project Prize, Sponsored By CPP

For annual award for excellence in the Group Project on the MSc Computing Science and MSc Computing (Software Engineering) programmes. Value: £600 per group. This year's winners from the MSc Computing Science Group: 

  • Thomas, Angharad
  • Chan, Melinda
  • Filipi, Luca
  • Joyce, David
  • Shea, Katie
  • Williams, Henry
  • Automating the creation of 3D-printed supplies for humanitarian aid camps

 

Distinguished Projects

  • Azzariti, Cataldo, Adaptive Gameplay Monte Carlo Tree Search Algorithms
  • Bahri, Mehdi, Robust Tensor Factorisations: New Algorithms And Extensive Comparisons
  • Chen, Xi, Reinforcement Learning Based Strategies for the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma and the Double-Game Prisoner's Dilemma
  • Feng, Yingjing, Efficient Cardiac Mapping Strategies with Active Learning and Reinforcement Learning
  • Filipi, Luca, Practical Polarisation Imaging for Surface Shape and Texture Acquisition
  • Moschoglou, Stelios, Generalisation of Probabilistic Linear Discriminant Analysis
  • Raptis, Dimos, Monitorito: Real-time visualisation of high-dimensional web traffic
  • Snowden, Christopher, Twitter Observatory

2014-2015

The Corporate Partnership Programme Awards For Academic Excellence

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

  • MSc Computing (Specialisms): Piotr Nowak and Lingyu Lu.
  • MSc Computing Science: Christos Kaplanis.
  • MSc Advanced Computing: Moritz Pflanzer and Yoann Desmouceaux.

The Winton Capital Applied Computing MSc Project Prize

Awarded to an MSc student in the Department of Computing for an outstanding performance on their final projectThis year's winner: 

  • Oliver Grubin.

2013-2014

The Philips Group Project Prize in Computing Science

Awarded for excellence in the group project on the MSc Computing Science programme. Value: £100 per student. This year's winners: 

Jun Ng, Ying Deng, Edward Khon, Yuanruo Liang, Wei Lim and Lixiaonan Yin.

Project: GPU Implementation of Gaussian Process Models;Supervisor: Marc Deisenroth.

Gerard Haughian, Ashley Cutmore, Alexandre Dalyac, Stewart Douglas, Simon Leigh and John McCormac.

Project: Plant Recogniser

The Corporate Partnership Programme Awards for Academic Excellence

Awarded for academic excellence, to students with an overall distinction and the highest exam marks. Value: £500 per student. This year's winners:

MSc Computing Science: Moritz Schrenk and John McCormac

MSc Computing (Specialism): Cyril Novel and Vincent Thiberville.

MSc Advanced Computing: Georgios Papamakarios and Romain Barnoud.

MRes Advanced Computing: Shengjia Shao.

The Winton Capital Applied Computing MSc Project Prize

Awarded to an MSc student in the Department of Computing for an outstanding performance on their final project. Value: £500 Shared. This year's winner: 

Georgios Papamakarios

2012-2013

The Philips Group Project Prize in Computing Science

Value: £100 per student

Awarded for excellence in the group project on the MSc Computing Science programme.

This year's winners:

Rebecca Jones,Konstantinos Kamnitsas, Andrei Petric, Davide Sgorbati, David Wei and Javier Zunzunegui Bergaz.

Robert Speller, Caleb Chiu, Alexander Popov, Lei Wang, Lixin Wei and Ming Yin.

The Corporate Partnership Programme Awards for Academic Excellence

Value: £500 per student

Awarded for academic excellence, to students with an overall distinction and the highest exam marks.

This year's winners:

MSc Computing Science: Javier Zunzunegui Bergaz and Timothy Spence.

MSc Computing (Specialism): Nicholas Thapen and Sebastian Blessing.

MSc Advanced Computing : Kaiyan Xiao and Fahdi Kanavati.

MRes Advanced Computing: Egidijus Jankauskas.

The Winton Capital Applied Computing MSc Project Prize

Value: £500 Shared

Awarded to an MSc student in the Department of Computing for an outstanding performance on their final project.

This year's winner: Konstantinos Kamnitsas.

The Thomson Reuters Award for Innovation in Big Data

Value: £500 per student

Awarded for a project demonstrating outstanding achievement in technology development and innovation

This year's winners: Panagiotis Tzirakis, Michal Bachman, Paul Williams and Bernardo Pereira Lemos Caldas.

2011-2012

The Philips Group Project Prize in Computing Science

Value: £100 per student, Philips Website

Awarded for excellence in the group project on the MSc Computing Science programme.

This year's winners:

MSc (Software Engineering) team: John Flanagan, Panagiotis Tsirigotis, Porfyrios Vasileiou, Marianna Polatoglou, Afxentios Hadjiminas and Hanguang Zhou.

MSc Computing team: Bob Renwick, Robert Dunbar, Harry Bunting, James Booth and Rebecca Jones.

The Corporate Partnership Programme Awards for Academic Excellence

Value: £500 per student

Awarded for academic excellence, to students with an overall distinction and the highest exam marks.

This year's winners:

MSc Computing Science: Bob Renwick and John Bradshaw.

MSc Computing (Specialism): Napat Rujeerapaiboon and Claudia Schulz.

MSc Advanced Computing : Sebastian Dörner and Maëlle Lévêque.

The Winton Capital Applied Computing MSc Project Prize

Value: £500 Shared

Awarded to an MSc student in the Department of Computing for an outstanding performance on their final project.

This year's winner: Alexandre de Brébisson and Napat Rujeerapaiboon.

2010-2011

The Philips Group Project Prize in Computing Science

Value: £100 per student, Philips Website

Awarded for excellence in the group project on the MSc Computing Science programme.

This year's winners: Kevin Keraudren, Alexandru Voicu, Peng Xiao, Joan Alabort Medina and Laurent Sigal.

The Corporate Partnership Programme Awards for Academic Excellence

Value: £400 per student

Awarded for academic excellence, to students with an overall distinction and the highest exam marks.

This year's winners:

MSc Computing Science; Takaki Oshima, Paul Riordan and Adrian Hadad,

MSc Computing (Specialism); Ana Armas and Yanjun Lu,

MSc Advanced Computing; Jing Tang and Robert Heaton.

The Winton Capital Applied Computing MSc Project Prize

Value: £500 Shared

Awarded to an MSc student in the Department of Computing for an outstanding performance on their final project.

This year's winner: Miha Troha.

2009-2010

The Philips Group Project Prize in Computing Science

Value: £100 per student, Philips Website

Awarded for excellence in the group project on the MSc Computing Science programme.

This year's winners: Clare Daly, Oliver Gaymond, Kacper Duda, Jibran Saithi, Matthew Cottingham, Jennifer Steele, Geng Tian, Alexandra Douglass-Bonner, Mark Hensel, Simon Edwards-Parton and Chris Bowden.

The RBS Global Markets Prize for Academic Excellence

Value: £400 per student, RBS Website

Awarded for academic excellence, to students with an overall distinction and the highest exam marks.

This year's winners:

MSc Computing Science; Gareth Williams and Shafeen Tejani,

MSc Computing (Specialism); Slim Foudhaili and Angel Dzhigarov,

MSc Advanced Computing; Rosa Gutierrez Escudero and Vlad-Alexandru Albulescu.

The Winton Capital Applied Computing MSc Project Prize

Value: £500 Shared

Awarded to an MSc student in the Department of Computing for an outstanding performance on their final project.

This year's winners: Ioannis Ilkos and Mohamed Zraiaa.

2008-2009

The Philips Group Project Prize in Computing Science

Value: £100 per student, Philips Website

Awarded for excellence in the group project on the MSc Computing Science programme.

This year's winners: Andrew Durnin, Mark Howe, Edmund Noon, Sebastian Smith and Arnar Jonsson.

The RBS Global Markets Prize for Academic Excellence

Awarded for academic excellence, to students with an overall distinction and the highest exam marks.

This year's winners: Konstantinos Mamouras, Michael Nicolaou, Nataly Maimari, Edmund Noon and Arnar Jonsson.

*The Winton Capital Applied Computing MSc Project Prize

Value: £500

Awarded to an MSc student in the Department of Computing for an outstanding performance on their final project.

This year's winner: To be decided.

*Subject to senate approval.

Departmental Prizes

The MSc Advanced Computing Best Students Prize

Value: £200 per student

Awarded to an MSc Advanced Computing student for outstanding performance.

This year's winners: Konstantinos Mamouras and Michael Nicolaou

The MSc Computing Science Best Students Prize

Value: £200 per student

Awarded to an MSc Computing Science student for outstanding performance.

This year's winners: Nataly Maimari and Edmund Noon

The MSc Computing Science (Specialist) Best Student Prize

Value: £200 per student

Awarded to an MSc Computing Science student for outstanding performance.

This year's winner: Arnar Jonsson

2007-2008

The Philips Group Project Prize in Computing Science

Value: £100 per student, Philips Website

Awarded for excellence in the group project on the MSc Computing Science programme.

This year's winners:
Haoxuan Cai, Yi Li, Sarah Mattock, Yihan Wang and Michael Wong

The Trayport Prize for Academic Excellence

Value: £500 per student

Awarded to the three M.Sc. (Computing Science) students who obtain the highest average exam marks as well as a distinction for their project work.

This years winners:
Haoxuan Cai, Timothy Kimber and Oliver Haggarty.

The MSc Advanced Computing Best Student Prize

Value: £100 per student

Awarded to an MSc Advanced Computing student for outstanding performance.

This year's winner:
Robin Baumgarten

The MSc Computing Science Project Prize

Value: £100 per student

Awarded to a MSc Computing Science student for an outstanding individual project.

This year's winners:
Haoxuan Cai and Timothy Kimber

2006-2007

The Philips Group Project Prize in Computing Science

Value: £100 per student, Philips Website

Awarded for excellence in the group project on the MSc Computing Science programme.

This year's winners:

Marta Chaves, Eric Fernandez, Say Goh, Sven Mietzner and Haifeng Zhao.

The Trayport Prize for Academic Excellence

Value: £500 per student

Awarded to the three M.Sc. (Computing Science) students who obtain the highest average exam marks as well as a distinction for their project work.

This years winners:

Marta Chaves, Stephen Lewis and Estelle Tidey.

The MSc Advanced Computing Project Prize

Value: £100 per student

Awarded to MSc Advanced Computing students for an outstanding individual project.

This year's winners: Romain Chambre and Douglas McIlwraith.

The MSc Computing Science Project Prize

Value: £100 per student

Awarded to a MSc Computing Science student for an outstanding individual project.

This year's winner: Marta Chaves.

2005-2006

The Philips Group Project Prize in Computing Science

Value: £100 per student

Awarded for excellence in the group project on the MSc Computing Science programme.

This year's winners:

Shih-min Huang, Dalal Alrajeh, Ghassan Ghaleb, Yong Liang and John Charnley

Nikolas Dendrinos, Paul Price, Xiaonan wang, James Edmond, Emmanouil Zachariadis and Panagiotis Tokmakidis.

The Trayport Prize for Academic Excellence

Value: £500 per student

Awarded to the three M.Sc. (Computing Science) students who obtain the highest average exam marks as well as a distinction for their project work.

This years winners:

John Charnley, Janine Slater and James Edmond

2004-2005

The Trayport Prize for Academic Excellence

Value: £500 per student

Awarded to the three M.Sc. (Computing Science) students who obtain the highest average exam marks as well as a distinction for their project work.

This years winners:

John Charnley, Janine Slater and James Edmond

2003-2004

The Trayport Prize for Academic Excellence

Value: £500 per student

Awarded to the three M.Sc. (Computing Science) students who obtain the highest average exam marks as well as a distinction for their project work.

This years winners: Martin Warner, Maxim Gready and Paul Baker

2002-2003

Henry Johnson Memorial Prize

Value: £75 per student

Awarded to the undergraduate or postgraduate student who has shown the greatest endeavour in his/her studies.

This year's winner: Georgia Chalivelak

The Morgan Stanley Prize in Computing Science

Awarded annually to a student on the MSc course in Computing Science for the best individual project.

This year's winners: Susanna Au-Yeung and James Bloom

The Morgan Stanley Prize in Advanced Computing

Awarded annually to a student on the MSc Advanced Computing course for the best individual project.

This year's winner: Alexandros Chortaras

The Philips Group Project Prize in Computing Science

Value: £100 per student, Philips Website Awarded for excellence in the group project on the MSc Computing Science programme.

This year's winners: Joost Buelens, Yingzhao Liu, Christian Culley, Angelos Tsoukalas and Tue Du