Postgraduate prizes - past winners

2015

AwardCitationSurnameFirst Name
Abdus Salam Postgraduate Prize 2015 Graduation For annual award to a student in the Department of Physics for the best performance in the Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces MSc CHAEMJUMRUS Nipol
Abdus Salam Postgraduate Prize 2015 Graduation For annual award to a student in the Department of Physics for the best performance in the Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces MSc STOPYRA Stephen
Adrian Sutton Prize Prize for a major contribution to the life of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Theory and Simulation of Materials PATEL Mitesh
Gladys Locke Prize in Applied Optics For annual award to the student who achieves the best overall performance in the Applied Optics MSc course, taking into account written examinations, laboratory and project work. GUO Wenjun
Winton Capital Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics using computational methods. STREGE Charlotte
Winton Capital Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics using computational methods. KENZIE Matthew
Director's Prize For annual award to the student with the best overall performance in the Plastic Electronics MRES. HAMILTON Iain
Anne Thorne Thesis Prize A PhD thesis in experimental physics concerned with the development and / or use of new experimental instrumentation or techniques. JONES David
Research Prize for best MRes Project in PE CDT The MRes in Plastic Electronics will have a prize sponsored by Sigma-Aldrich for best MRes Project DYSON Matthew
Research Prize for best MRes Project in PE CDT The MRes in Plastic Electronics will have a prize sponsored by Sigma-Aldrich for best MRes Project GIOVANNITTI Alexander
For 5 years from 2011 In recognition of doctoral thesis work that has made a significant scientific or technology contribution as measured by peer review publications or patents filed in an area of applied physics. SWINBURNE Thomas
For 5 years from 2011 In recognition of doctoral thesis work that has made a significant scientific or technology contribution as measured by peer review publications or patents filed in an area of solid state physics. DASKALAKIS Kostas
Materials Design Graduate Research Prize (ESA)  - For 5 years from 2011 For annual award to students who make the most significant progress at the early stage assessments. BURROWS Stephen
Materials Design Advanced Graduate Research Prize (LSA) For 5 years from 2011 For annual award to students who make the most significant progress at the late stage assessments. ROCHESTER Chris
Prize for Outstanding Contribution to the Life Centre for Doctoral Training in Theory and Simulation of Materials for 7 years from 2013 For Outstanding Contribution to the Life Centre for Doctoral Training in Theory and Simulation of Materials COURY Marc
Prize for Outstanding Contribution to outreach or public engagement by a student in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Theory and Simulation of Materials for 7 years from 2013 For Outstanding Contribution to outreach or public engagement by a student in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Theory and Simulation of Materials BOLEININGER Max
Prize for Outstanding Contribution to the Life of the TSM CDT - For 5 years from 2011 For annual award to the student who makes the most outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the Centre. RATHBONE Daniel
Prize for Outstanding Contribution to the Life of the TSM CDT - For 5 years from 2011 For annual award to the student who makes the most outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the Centre. EDWARDS Tom
Prize for Outstanding Contribution to the Life of the TSM CDT - For 5 years from 2011 For annual award to the student who makes the most outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the Centre. KAUBE Ben 
Prize for Outstanding Contribution to the Life of the TSM CDT - For 5 years from 2011 For annual award to the student who makes the most outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the Centre. POSTHUMA DE BOER Joel
Prize for Outstanding Contribution to the Life of the TSM CDT - For 5 years from 2011 For annual award to the student who makes the most outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the Centre. HAMMAD Ali
Prize for Outstanding Contribution to the Life of the TSM CDT - For 5 years from 2011 For annual award to the student who makes the most outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the Centre. GRECO Andrea
Prize for innovation in computation or experimental physics on graduation for 5 years from 2013 Best PhD in the field of High Energy Density, shock regimes and plasma Physics. AWE will provide the department with an annual sum. GURRUTXAGA LERMA Beñat
Sir Peter Knight Award Best overall performance in the MRes year by a Controlled Quantum Dynamics Centre   for Doctoral Training student. DIVE Benjamin
Promotion of MSc in Physics for 5 years from 2014 Outstanding performance in the MSc in Physics BECK Francesca
Promotion of MSc in Physics for 5 years from 2014 Outstanding performance in the MSc in Physics YUN Renjie
Johnsson Matthey Prize The best PhD in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Theory and Simulation of Materials HORTON Robert
Springer Theses Prize Recognizing Outstanding PhD Research BETHKE Laura
3 Minute Thesis Competition Internal 3 Minute Thesis Competition Internal MAJOR Kyle
3 Minute Thesis Competition Internal 3 Minute Thesis Competition Internal WOODWARD Robert

 

Physics Postgraduate Research Symposium 23/06/2015 Talk Prizes

WinnerGroupJudgeCitation
Sian Williams SPAT Mark Neil In a broad session and amongst strong competition with talks ranging from string theory through astronomical gravitational lensing to climate models, Siân’s talk is highlighted for its clarity and wide range of presentation techniques she used to describe her excellent work on analyzing dust storms. It was made clear that there is a lot more to these beasts than the red dust that settles on your car or the smog that sometimes envelopes London. The research that Siân presented will further help us track their progress across the globe and understand their impact on the climate.
Jessica Wade EXSS Jerome Gauntlett The seven talks from the EXSS group were all of an excellent standard and I thoroughly enjoyed the session. I would first like to give an honourable mention to George Richardson who bravely attempted to get a theorist to do an experiment in real time – of course the inevitable happened and I broke it! I would also like to give an honourable mention to Alexandra Ramadan who gave a clear and enthusiastic description of her work on structural templating using copper iodide. The winner of the session was Jessica Wade who gave a superb presentation of her work, which uses Raman spectroscopy to probe the orientation of organic molecules and to investigate how this impacts on the performance of various devices. The work was presented in a coherent and engaging manner, the slides were of the highest standard and the delivery of the presentation was excellent.
Jorge Costa Dantas Faria EXSS Plastic Electronics Myungshik Kim Zinc Oxides are known to be a useful component for organic LEDs and solar cells. But we do not know what role zinc oxides plays in the reaction to switch between photon and electric energies. The work is to investigate how ZnO is contributing to the reaction. The step-by-step investigation is clearly explained and the results are logically analyzed. The outlook is very well set out. It is an interesting work and very well presented.
James Almond QOLS Ray Murray This talked described buffer gas cooling of ytterbium fluoride molecules to about 100 mK. The cold molecules are thrown upward to form a fountain and excited by lasers. The aim is to measure the electron dipole moment to test charge parity symmetry. The talk was very clearly presented and delivered with excellent slides.
Kishan Manani CMTH Roland Smith This morning’s session in LT1 saw 10 students deliver a range of excellent presentations covering subjects as diverse as improvements to supercapacitor energy storage, growth of grapheme on iridium surfaces and modeling of inter-particle forces in granular materials. Kishan Manani gave an enthusiastic and engaging presentation of his work on the creation of numerical models based on cellular automata to describe atrial fibrillation in heart muscle. His work shows how a relatively simple physical system can give rise to complex self-organising effects, and his animations show a striking similarity to measurements of electrical waves circulating in live heart tissue. This work has the potential to inform and improve medical procedures, currently termed “burn and learn” by surgeons and may in the future help to refine them to the point where numerical modelling can guide an electrical scalpel in order to cure damaging heart problems.
John Winters PLAS (Shock) Steve Warren This PhD student gave a very clear and interesting talk, describing the effect of the increase in yield strength of metals with increasing strain rate, and his use of laser shock loading of thin foils to investigate and understand this phenomenon.
Mihai Vidrighin QOLS (CDT) Matthew Foulkes This talk described how Mihai designed and built an optical realization of Maxwell’s demon and showed that it can extract work from randomness. (The second law of thermodynamics is saved by the increase in entropy associated with the erasure of information in the measurement system.) The experimental work led the student to derive a new thermodynamic identity, related to the Jarzynski equality but apparently more general. This may be a significant advance. I liked the imaginative combination of experiment and theory and how one informed the other. The talk was pretty good and presented in a relaxed style. Special mentions to Mark Mitchison and Peter Hawkins, both of whom would have been worthy winners.

 

Physics Postgraduate Research Symposium 23/06/2015 Poster Prizes

WinnerGroupJudgeCitation
Jack Carter-Gartsie EXSS Ned Ekins-Daukes Renishaw The winning poster is no 28 by Jack Carter-Gartside.  It combines theory & experiment for the injection of domain walls into magnetic nanostructures using a magnetic force microscope tip.  The work is both technically demanding and demonstrates some fascinating physics.  The work was well presented on the poster, with a good balance of diagrams, text and results.  Jack explained the work concisely and gave excellent answers to questions.
Arjav Trivedi SPAT Jon Marangos Winton Capital The science was of a high quality and relevant to a practical understanding of the oceans.  The research combines the highest quality empirical data with advance modelling to gain a better understanding of the complex flow of currents and heat in the North Atlantic.  Moreover the poster was well presented and covered a complex topic in a clear way.  Arjav gave an accompanying explanation that was lucid and enthusiastic.
Chris Sparrow QOLS (CDT) Peter Török AWE A wonderful demonstration of significant steps towards practical quantum computing.  The amount and quality of work behind the poster is truly impressive.  Clear, logical layout and excellent explanation!

 

FoNS Prizes for Excellence

  • Ms Jessica Wade - FoNS Award for the Excellence in the Support of Teaching and Learning
  • Mr João  Arnauth Pela - FoNS Award for the Excellence in the Support of Teaching and Learning
  • Mr Matteo Lostaglio - FoNS Award for the Excellence in the Support of Teaching and Learning

 

Awarded the Gold Award for Physics (Cavendish Medal)

Rob Woodward, has been awarded the Gold Award for Physics ( Cavendish Medal ) and the overall winner award (Westminster Medal) at the SET for BRITAIN event, a competition  hosted by the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee at Westminster.

2014

Award

Award Full Description

Citation

Surname

First Name

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Session 7 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

COLE

Jason

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Session 6 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

CUNLIFFE

Sam

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Session 5 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

DASKALAKIS

Kostas

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Session 4 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

CAO

Yameng

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Session 3 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

WOOD

Seb

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Session 2 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

GURRUTXAGA LERMA

Beñat

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Session 1 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

 VENKATARAMAN

 Vignesh

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Poster Winner - 6th

Winner at Poster Session

 ALSING

 Justin

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Poster Winner - 5th

Winner at Poster Session

ALSING

Justin

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Poster Winner - 4th

Winner at Poster Session

PHILLIPS

Thomas

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Poster Winner - 3rd

Winner at Poster Session

DUNNE

Patrick

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Poster Winner - 2nd

Winner at Poster Session

SIMPSON

Emma

PGR Symposium 30/06/2014

Poster Winner - 1st

Winner at Poster Session

YAO

Jizhong

Santander Mobility Award 2014

Santander Mobility Award 2014

Santander Mobility Award 2014 to assists a research trip in 2014-15

SANDWELL

Philip

Santander Mobility Award 2014

Santander Mobility Award 2014

Santander Mobility Award 2014 to assists a research trip in 2014-15

STEPANCHUK

Andrej

Graduate School 3 Minute Thesis Competition

Graduate School 3 Minute Thesis Competition

Graduate School 3 Minute Thesis Competition

SHARIFF

Hikmatali

3 Minute Thesis Competition

3 Minute Thesis Competition Internal

3 Minute Thesis Competition Internal

SEMPLE

James

3 Minute Thesis Competition

3 Minute Thesis Competition Internal

3 Minute Thesis Competition Internal

SHARIFF

Hik

College award for outstanding achievement

2014 Graduation

Award for outstanding achievement

College award for outstanding achievement

 MAJEVADIA

 Jassell

 

College award for outstanding achievement

2014 Graduation

 

Award for outstanding achievement

 

College award for outstanding achievement

 WIENER

 Aeneas

TSM Prize

2014 Graduation

TSM Prize for non-academic success

Outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the centre

KHAWAJA

Mohammed

TSM Prize

2014 Graduation

TSM Prize for non-academic success

Outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the centre

RATHBONE

Daniel

TSM Prize

2014 Graduation

TSM Prize for non-academic success

Outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the centre

LIVERANI

Chiara

TSM Prize

2014 Graduation

TSM Prize for non-academic success

Outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the centre

CHEN

Vincent

TSM Outreach Prize

2014 Graduation

Outreach prize for the TSM CDT

Outstanding contribution to outreach or public engagement by a student in the TSM CDT

COURY

Marc

Julian Walsh Prize

2014 Graduation

Julian Walsh Prize for TSM CDT

Outstanding contribution to the life of the life of the TSM CDT

LIM

Anthony

Sir Peter Knight

2014 Graduation

Best overall performance in the CQD MREs year

Best overall performance in the MREs year

MILNE

Antony

Research Prize PE CDT

2014 Graduation

Research Prize

Best MREs Project

HARKIN

David

Materials Design TSM Prize

2014 Graduation

Materials Design TSM Prize Most significant progress at the Early Stage Assessment LAU Gabriel

Materials Design TSM Prize

2014 Graduation

Materials Design TSM Prize

Most significant progress at the Late Stage Assessment

 SWINBURNE

 Thomas

Gladys Locke

2014 Graudation

Gladys Locke

Gladys Locke prize in Applied Optics

MATIA HERNANDO

Paloma

Director's Prize

2014 Graduation

PE CDT Director's Prize

Best overall performance in Plastic Electronics MREs

WHEELER

Scott

Abdus Salam Prize

2014 Graduation

Abdus Salam

Best performance in QFFF MSc

 

JONES

Peter

A Sutton Prize

2014 Graduation

Adrian Sutton

Best overall performance in TSM MSc

GRECO

Andrea

AWE PhD joint Prize

2014 Graduation

PhD Prize Best PhD in High Energy Density, Shock regimes and Plasma Physics BO Chiara

AWE PhD joint Prize

2014 Graduation

PhD Prize Best PhD in High Energy Density, Shock regimes and Plasma Physics TURRELL Arthur

Industry Club joint Thesis Prize

2014 Graduation

Thesis Prize Thesis work that made significant sicentific or technology contribution in applied Physics CHAPMAN Ben

Industry Club joint Thesis Prize

2014 Graduation

Thesis Prize Thesis work that made significant sicentific or technology contribution in applied Physics TRUPPE Stefan

WINTON Capital Prize PhD

2014 Graduation

Winton Capital Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics

For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics.

WARDLE Nick

WINTON Capital P rize PhD

2014 Graduation

Winton Capital Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics

For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics.

ZEISSLER Katharina

A THORNE

2014 Graduation

Anne Thorne Thesis Prize

A PhD thesis in experimental physics concerned with the development and / or use of new experimental instrumentation or techniques.

OPPERMANN Malte

A THORNE

2014 Graduation

Anne Thorne Thesis Prize

A PhD thesis in experimental physics concerned with the development and / or use of new experimental instrumentation or techniques.

MAVADIA Sandeep

Solid State Physics Prize

2014 Graduation

Solid State Physics Prize

In recognition of doctoral thesis work that has made a significant scientific or technology contribution as measured by peer review publications or patents filed in an area of Solid State Physics.

YOXALL Ed

2013

AwardAward Full DescriptionCitationSurnameFirst Name
Winton Capital Prize 2013 Graduation Winton Capital Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics. NOLLER Johannes
Winton Capital Prize 2013 Graduation Winton Capital Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics. SEONG Rak-Kyeong
Anne Thorne Thesis Prize 2013 Graduation Anne Thorne Thesis Prize A PhD thesis in experimental physics concerned with the development and / or use of new experimental instrumentation or techniques. NEAL William
Solid State Physics Thesis Prize 2013 Graduation Solid State Physics Thesis Prize In recognition of doctoral thesis work that has made a significant scientific or technology contribution as measured by peer review publications or patents filed in an area of Solid State Physics JAMES David Thomas
Blackett Laboratory Industry Club Thesis Prize 2013 Graduation Blackett Laboratory Industry Club Thesis Prize In recognition of doctoral thesis work that has made a significant scientific or technology contribution as measured by peer review publications or patents filed in an area of Applied Physics LUO Yu
ABDUSPG 2013 Graduation Abdus Salam Postgraduate Prize 2012 For annual award to a student in the Department of Physics for the best performance in the Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces MSc KEITEL Jan Georg
Materials Design Prize 2013 Graduation Materials Design Early Stage For annual award to students who make the most significant progress at the early stage assessment. GURRUTXAGA-LERMA Benat
Materials Design Prize 2013 Graduation  Materials Design Late Stage For annual award to studen t s who make the most significant progress at the late stage assessment. FALLON Joe
Outstanding contribution to the life of the TSM CDT 2013 Graduation TSM CDT For annual award to the student who makes the most outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the Centre COURY Marc
Outstanding contribution to the life of the TSM CDT 2013 Graduation TSM CDT For annual award to the student who makes the most outstanding (non-academic) contribution to the success and development of the Centre VAISSIER Valerie
EPSRC ICT Pioneers competition PE CDT EPSRC ICT Pioneers competition BEESLEY Davied
Worshipful Company of Scientific Instrument Makers' PG Award PHOT Award in recognition of his development of a highly versatile laser source using bismuth-doped optical fibre technology. CHAPMAN Ben
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Poster Winner - 1st Winner at Poster Session BUCK Michael
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Poster Winner - 2nd Winner at Poster Session ABDELRAHMAN Zara
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Poster Winner - 3rd Winner at Poster Session LIM Anthony
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Poster Winner - 4th Winner at Poster Session HUGHES Leo
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Poster Winner - 5th Winner at Poster Session LIN Yen-Hung
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Poster Winner - 6th Winner at Poster Session CHADNEY Joshua
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Session 1 Winner Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 SINCLAIR Peter
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Sesson 1 runner-up Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 GILBERT Andrew
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Session 2 Winner Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 DI MARTINO Giuliana
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Sesson 2 runner-up Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 CHAPMAN Ben
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Session 3 Winner Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 FALLON Joe
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Session 3 runner-up Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 MESSORI Gabrielle
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Session 4 Winner Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 FAFCHAMPS Lionel
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Session 5 Winner Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 PEREVEDENTSEV Alex
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Session 6 Winner Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 KAUSHIK Aisha
PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 Session 6 runner-up Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 25/06/2013 KENZIE Matthew
Graduate School Research Symposium 18/07/2013 Reseach Symposium 2013 Highgly Commended Public Engagement Prize HUNTER Simon
Graduate School Research Symposium 18/07/2013 Reseach Symposium 2013 Best Poster title HUGHES Leo
Sutton Prize For the best performance in the MSc on Theory and Simulation of Materials To the student with the best overall performance in the MSc in Theory and Simulation of Materials. KAUBE Benjamin
Sir Peter Knight Award The best MRes student in Controlled Quantum Dynamics Controlled Quantum Dynamics Postgraduate Student PISANTY ALATORRE Emilio
G LOCKE Gladys Locke Prize in Applied Optics For annual award to the student who achieves the best overall performance in the Applied Optics MSc course, taking into account written examinations, laboratory and project work. ZHAO Teng
DIRECTOR'S Director's Prize For annual award to the student with the best overall performance in the Plastic Electronics MRES. CASEY Abby
DIRECTOR'S Director's Prize For annual award to the student with the best overall performance in the Plastic Electronics MRES. COSTA DANTAS FARIA Jorge

2012

Award

Award Full Description

Citation

Surname

First Name

ABDUSPG

2012 Graduation

Abdus Salam Postgraduate Prize 2011

For annual award to a student in the Department of Physics for the best performance in the Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces MSc

VALAKTA

Saulius

ABDUSPG

2012 Graduation

Abdus Salam Postgraduate Prize 2011

For annual award to a student in the Department of Physics for the best performance in the Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces MSc

KALVEKS

Rudolph

DIRECTOR'S

2012 Graduation

Director's Prize

For annual award to the student with the best overall performance in the MSc in Theory and Simulation of Materials.

SWINBURNE

Thomas

G LOCKE

2012 Graduation

Gladys Locke Prize in Applied Optics

For annual award to the student who achieves the best overall performance in the Applied Optics MSc course, taking into account written examinations, laboratory and project work.

CASSELY

GRAHAM

WINTON PHD

2012 Graduation

Winton Capital Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics

For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics.

MARCH

Marisa

WINTON PHD

2012 Graduation

Winton Capital Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics

For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics.

MEKAREEYA

Noppadol

DIRECTOR'S

2012 Graduation

Director's Prize

For annual award to the student with the best overall performance in the Plastic Electronics MRES.

WOOD

Sebastian

A THORNE

2012 Graduation

Anne Thorne Thesis Prize

A PhD thesis in experimental physics concerned with the development and / or use of new experimental instrumentation or techniques.

LEI

Dangyan

SIGMA

2012 Graduation

SIGMA-ALDRICH for best MRes Project

For annual award to acknowledge and reward the best MRes Project in Plastic Electronic and Materials

BANNOCK

James

Blackett Laboratory - Industry Club Thesis Prize

2012 Graduation

For 5 years from 2011

In recognition of doctoral thesis work that has made a significant scientific or technology contribution as measured by peer review publications or patents filed in an area of applied physics.

HILL

Edward

Solid State Physics Prize

2012 Graduation

For 5 years from 2011

In recognition of doctoral thesis work that has made a significant scientific or technology contribution as measured by peer review publications or patents filed in an area of Solid State Physics.

LABRAM

John

STFC Rutherford Prize

2012 Graduation

STFC Rutherford Prize for Public Understanding of Plasma Physics 2012

STFC Rutherford Prize for Public Understanding of Plasma Physics 2012

TURRELL

Arthur

SPRINGER for Publication

2012 Graduation

Springer for publication

Springer for publication

MARCH

Marisa

Best student talk award

American Meteorological Society in Spokane.

Conference on "Oceanic and Atmospheric Fluid Dynamics" held by the American Meteorological Society in Spokane.

HAUSSMANN

Ute

14/05/2012

W orshipful Company of Scientific Instrument Makers’ Postgraduate Awards for 2012.

Worshipful Company of Scientific Instrument Makers’

THOMPSON

Alex

17/05/2012

Optical Society of America B IOME D conference.

won 1st PhD Prize at the Optical Society of America BIOMED conference.

CHEN

Linglin

06/06/2012

Excellence in Teaching

FoNS Award for Support of Excellence in Teaching

DE GROUCHY

Philip

06/06/2012

Excellence in Teaching

FoNS Award for Support of Excellence in Teaching

HATHERELL

Zoe

06/06/2012

Excellence in Teaching

FoNS Award for Support of Excellence in Teaching

HUTCHINSON

Simon

29/06/2012

British Festival Award

British Festival Award winner

HIGGINS

Stuart

19/06/2012

Graduate School Symposium

Graduate School Symposium - Public Engagement prize

MESSORI

Gabriele

19/06/2012

Graduate School Symposium

Graduate School Symposium - Highly Commended prize

WESTACOTT

Paul

13/06/2012

Best thesis prize

Best Thesis Prize (of the last two years) from the Astroparticle Physics Group of the IOP

HOLLINGTON

Daniel

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Poster Winner - 1st

Winner at Poster Session

LOGAN

Stephen

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Poster Winner - 2nd

Winner at Poster Session

SANTOS

Edward

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Poster Winner - 3rd

Winner at Poster Session

DI MARTINO

Giuliana

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Poster Winner - 4th

Winner at Poster Session

PUDNEY

Maxsim

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Poster Winner - 5th

Winner at Poster Session

FRANCESCATO

Yan

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Poster Winner - 6th

Winner at Poster Session

WESTACOTT

Paul

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Poster Winner - 7th

Winner at Poster Session

SIDIROPOULOS

Themistoklis

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Session 1 Joint Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

DE GROUCHY

Philip

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Session 1 Joint Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

OLSSON ROBBIE

Stephen

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Session 2 Joint Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

HUTCHINSON

Chris

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Session 2 Joint Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

SHAW

Mike

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Session 3 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

ANSELL

Catherine

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Session 4 Joint Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

TRUPPE

Stefan

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Session 4 Joint Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

OPPERMANN

Malte

PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

Session 5 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 02/07/2012

CLARK

Caroline

CCAPP Prize

CCAPP Prize

Dr Pliny A & Margaret H Priz in CCAPP

STREGE

Charlotte

DarkAttack2012

DarkAttack2012

Stefano Franscini Centre Prize for best talk under 33 years.

STREGE

Charlotte

Santander Mobility Award

Santander Mobility Award

Santander Mobility Award 2012

STREGE

Charlotte

Santander Mobility Award

Santander Mobility Award

Santander Mobility Award 2012

CLARK

Caroline

Pioneers Competition Pioneers Competition EPSRC ICT Pioneers competition BEESLEY

George

2011

Award

Award Full Description

Citation

Surname

First Name

Best student talk award

American Meteorological Society in Spokane.

Conference on "Oceanic and Atmospheric Fluid Dynamics" held by the American Meteorological Society in Spokane.

HAUSSMANN

Ute

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Session 1 winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

TAYLOR

Matt

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Session 2 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

WUESTNER

Sebastian

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Session 3 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

WENT

Daniel

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Session 2 Winner

Winner of Talk at PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

IVES

Sarah

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Session 1 Runner-up

Winner of Runner-up Talk at PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

JAMES

David

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Session 2 Runner-up Winner

Winner of Runner-up Talk at PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

BALL

William

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Session 3 Runner-up Winner

Winner of Runner-up Talk at PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

KELLEHER

Edmund

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Session 2 Runner-up Winner

Winner of Runner-up Talk at PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

THOMAS

Daniel

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Poster Winner - 1st

Winner at Poster Session

CLARK

Caroline

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Poster Winner - 2nd

Winner at Poster Session

KIM

Hyun Tae

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Poster Winner - 3rd

Winner at Poster Session

YOXALL

Edward

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Poster Winner - 4th

Winner at Poster Session

CLARK

Caroline

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Poster Winner - 5th

Winner at Poster Session

TRUPPE

Stefan

PGR Symposium 28/06/2011

Poster Winner - 6th

Winner at Poster Session

FARLEY-NICHOLLS

James

GSEPS Research Syposium 22/07/2011

1st Prize Winner

GSEPS Research Symposium Prize Winner

CLARK

Caroline

GSEPS Research Syposium 22/07/2011

2nd Prize Winner

GSEPS Research Symposium Prize Winner

WHITE

Rachel

GSEPS Research Syposium 22/07/2011

Highly Commended Prize Winner

GSEPS Research Symposium Prize Winner

BLOOM

Michael

GSEPS Research Syposium 22/07/2011

Highly Commended Prize Winner

GSEPS Research Symposium Prize Winner

THOMPSON

Erica

ABDUSPG Abdus Salam Postgraduate Prize For annual award to a student in the Department of Physics for the best performance in the Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces MSc Pantelidou Christiana
ABDUSPG Abdus Salam Postgraduate Prize For annual award to a student in the Department of Physics for the best performance in the Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces MSc Passias Achilleas
ABDUSPG Abdus Salam Postgraduate Prize For annual award to a student in the Department of Physics for the best performance in the Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces MSc Schmitzer Bernhard
DIRECTOR'S Director's Prize For annual award to the student with the best overall performance in the MSc in Theory and Simulation of Materials. FALLON Joseph
G LOCKE Gladys Locke Prize in Applied Optics For annual award to the student who achieves the best overall performance in the Applied Optics MSc course, taking into account written examinations, laboratory and project work. JAIN Rishabh
WINTON PHD Winton Capital Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics. KNEIP Stefan
WINTON PHD Winton Capital Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics. RACE Christopher
DIRECTOR'S Director's Prize For annual award to the student with the best overall performance in the Plastic Electronics MRES. WESTACOTT Paul
ANNE THORNE Thesis Prize Imperial College Centenary Prize - LADY ANNE THORNE A PhD thesis in experimental physics concerned with the development and / or use of new experimental instrumentation or techniques. MORRISON Kelly