Postgraduate Prizes 2022
Congratulations to this year's prizewinners!
You can view the winners for each prize listed below.
|Abdus Salam Postgraduate Prize 2020 Graduation (£250)||For annual award to a student in the Department of Physics for the best performance in the Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces MSc|
|Gladys Locke Prize in Applied Optics (£100)||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.|
|Winton Prize for the Best PhD Thesis in Physics (£500)||For annual award to the student with the best PhD thesis in Physics using computational methods.|
|Anne Thorne Thesis Prize (£200)||A PhD thesis in experimental physics concerned with the development and / or use of new experimental instrumentation or techniques.|
|Blackett Laboratory Industry Club Thesis Prize (£200)||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.|
|Solid State Thesis Prize (£200)||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.|
|AWE PhD Prize per excellence - Prize for innovation in computation or experimental physics on graduation (£500)||Best PhD in the field of High Energy Density, shock regimes and plasma Physics. AWE will provide the department with an annual sum.|
|Promotion of MSc in Physics (£200)||Outstanding performance in the MSc in Physics|
|4Cs Competition Heats (£50)||4Cs Competition Heats Internal|