Posts Tagged ‘prize’

ACE graduate wins European Architectural Medal for uni project

The judges commented on Michael Lewis' work : "The project correctly combines regard for energy use and sustainability of materials with the characteristics of user needs; it tackles the problem of contextualising in a decaying city, looking for responsible urban regeneration."

Jon Chouler wins 2016 Water Engineering Award

Jon Chouler, a PhD student from the CSCT, has recently been awarded the 2016 Water Engineering Award from the Worshipful Company of Engineers and International Water Association (IWA).

Recent ACE graduate wins £1,000 3DReid Student Prize

Michael Lewis won the prize for the ’maturity of thinking and attention to detail of his beautifully illustrated and modelled scheme’ according to head judge Mark Taylor, Chief Executive of 3DReid.

Physics students win award for industry team project

A team of final year students won the Philip Nicholson Award for best poster at the Society for Radiological Protection annual conference.

Professor Mike Hill wins Royal Society of Chemistry award

Professor Mike Hill has won the 2016 Royal Society of Chemistry Main Group Chemistry Award.

Postgrad student awarded thesis prize by publisher

Hazel Garvie-Cook, who was co-supervised by Sergey Gordeev (Physics) and Richard Guy (Pharmacy & Pharmacology), has had her PhD thesis chosen for publication in the prestigious Springer Theses series.

Prof Steve Tennison awarded Carbon Industry Prize 2015

Congratulations to Steve Tennison, Visiting Professor in Chemical Engineering, who will give a Carbon in Industry prize lecture: "Nanoporous Carbons - New and Emerging Industrial Applications" later in December.

Engineering Excellence award

We have won the Engineering Excellence Award for a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Fianium

CSCT student wins Faraday Discussion poster prize

George Gregory went to the Faraday Discussion - Carbon Dioxide Utilisation in Sheffield to present a poster and won the poster prize.

Tony James wins inaugural catalysis & sensing prize

Congratulations to Professor Tony James (Chemistry) who won the inaugural Catalysis & Sensing for our Environment (CASE) prize at the CASE 2015 symposium in Dublin.

Interpreting & Translating student wins European prize

Georgina Banfield, MA Interpreting and Translating student, has been awarded second prize in a prestigious competition at the Directorate General for Interpretation, the European Commission’s interpreting service and conference organiser (DG Interpretation).

PhD student wins prestigious rheumatology prize

Final year PhD student Deepak Jadon won the Royal Society of Medicine’s Eric Bywaters prize, for his research which involves a chronic musculoskeletal disorder called psoriatic arthritis (PsA) affecting joints, tendons, skin and nails.

Students win first prize for sustainable architecture

PG Certificate Professional Practice students Nathan Ovens, William Hei, Darran Levins and Timothy Anderson have won first prize in the category of Urban Development and Transformation, Landscape Development at the Blue Award 2014, an international student competition for sustainable architecture.

Engineering students celebrate at Placement Poster Exhibition

The annual Faculty exhibition enables returning students to be given recognition for their year in industry and creates the opportunity for other years to talk to them and see the broad range of placements and companies.

Best scientific communication award for Giordano Pula

Dr Giordano Pula (Pharmacy & Pharmacology) has been awarded the CSL Behring Award for the best scientific communication at the Congress on Controversies in Thrombosis and Haemostasis (CiTH).

ACE graduate's design receives RIBA's highest accolade

Steve Tompkins of Haworth Tompkins Architects has been awarded the RIBA Stirling Prize for best new building of the year, for their design of the Liverpool Everyman Theatre.

IMEE student awarded Jeremy Fry Memorial Scholarship

First-year Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering student, Esther Dunstan-Sewell, has been awarded a prestigious Jeremy Fry Memorial Scholarship.

AV Team win national Education Project of the Year award

Congratulations to the Audio Visual Team who have been recognised for their work on the system they designed for the video relay of the graduation ceremonies.

Statelessness in Lebanon: PhD student wins research award

Jason Tucker, a postgraduate researcher in the Department of Social & Policy Sciences , has been awarded the inaugural UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Award for Best Doctoral Research on Statelessness.

Bath PhD student wins Young Microbiologist of the Year

Bath PhD student Ali Hussein has been awarded first prize in the Sir Howard Dalton Young Microbiologist of the Year competition. Congratulations!