Posts Tagged ‘prize’

Elec Eng graduate wins first prize at UK Algae Conference

Ben Sherwood, who graduated with an MEng in Electrical & Electronic Engineering this summer, won first place with his final-year project poster, titled 'Effect of (C0 2)-nanobubbles & flashing light on the growth of algae'.

Irene Turner awarded Professional Medal

Dr Irene Turner, from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has won the T B Marsden Professional Award and medal, a prize for personal achievement, from the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) Council.

1449AM URB wins bronze Radio Academy Award

Jonty Usborne headed up to the Radio Academy Awards 2014 to collect bronze for Best Technical Innovation for his work on Jonty's Responsive Radio & Unified Station Management system.

Academic shortlisted for work-family research award

Professor Lynn Prince Cooke has been selected as one of five finalists for the annual Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research; an award given to the author(s) of the best research paper published in a given year.

SU shortlisted for Internationalised Students' Union award

Our Students' Union has been shortlisted in the NUS/UKCISA Internationalisation Awards, which recognise universities and students' unions who are exceptionally effective in supporting the interests of international students.

£15,000 awarded to University outreach students

Fifteen students have been rewarded with a BP Centurion Award worth £1,000 for their contribution to outreach in local schools.

Nominate outstanding support staff for an award by 15 Apr

The annual Staff Recognition Award recognises support staff who have shown excellence in the way in which they have undertaken their duties, and who have contributed to the broader life of the University. Deadline for nominations: Tue 15 Apr.

Civil engineering postgrad wins prize for oral presentation

Monika Grusova, a PhD student from the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, has won second prize at the Young Researchers' Conference 2014, hosted by the Institution of Structural Engineers, for her work which will have a profound international impact on how we strengthen our existing bridges and buildings.

Nominate an outstanding member of support staff

The annual Staff Recognition Award recognises support staff who have shown excellence in the way in which they have undertaken their duties, and who have contributed to the broader life of the University. Deadline for nominations: Tue 15 Apr.

New public engagement awards

The call for nominations for two new annual awards relating to excellent practice in Public Engagement with Research is now open. Deadline: 5pm on Wednesday 12 March 2014.

Weijia Yuan awarded early career researcher prize

We are pleased to announce that Dr Weijia Yuan (Electronic & Electrical Engineering) has been awarded the 'Early Career Researcher Prize for Outstanding Oral Presentation' by the Institute of Physics.

Chem Eng graduate awarded prestigious Salters' prize

We are pleased to announce that Zoe Wood, a recent MEng graduate from the Department of Chemical Engineering, has been awarded a prestigious Salters' graduate prize which she collected at the Salters' Institute annual awards ceremony in November at Salters' Hall, London.

Tony James picks up Daiwa Adrian Prize

A team led by Professor Tony James from our Department of Chemistry has been awarded a Daiwa Adrian Prize for their work developing diagnostic devices to target age-related diseases.

Placement student wins Nissan award for F1 Sebastian Vettel visit

Gemma Hatton, an undergraduate from our Department of Mechanical Engineering, has become the first placement student to win a Nissan Gold Award for her work organising a successful event for the company involving F1 champion Sebastian Vettel.

The inaugural Professions for Good Prize 2012 – Promoting ethics and professional standards in business or public life

Professions for Good (P4G) is a collaboration of the bodies responsible for the entry policy, professional standards and qualifications across a number of the UK’s largest professions. It is launching the inaugural Professions for Good Prize awarded to authors of the best writing on the subject of ethics and professional standards in business or public life. The deadline for entries is noon on Tuesday 30 October 2012.

Prize for Jonathan Knight’s work on optical fibres

We are pleased to announce that Professor Jonathan Knight of the Department of Physics has been awarded the Institute of Physics Optics & Photonics Division Prize 2012. The award was made for "his work on Photonic Crystal Fibres and their application to Super-Continuum Light Sources” at Photon 12 – the biennial conference in Optics & Photonics, where he gave a plenary lecture.

Bath Chemistry postgrads win poster prizes at international symposium

Congratulations to Bath Chemistry postgrads Katherine Lawrence and David Tickell for winning two of the four poster prize winners from the International Mini Symposium on Sensing & Drug Delivery Systems (SDDS12) that was recently held on campus.

Chancellor's Prize 2012 awarded to Kate Aldridge

Kate Aldridge, a final year student studying MSci (Hons) Mathematics and Physics, has been awarded this year’s Chancellor’s Prize for her outstanding contributions to University life combined with academic excellence.

University receives Best ‘Collaborative Impact’ at national awards ceremony

The University of Bath and Ford have been awarded best ‘Collaborative Impact’ at the PraxisUnico Impact Awards Ceremony 2012, for their research into the reduction of C02 emissions.

Research student Joe Kinrade wins 2012 Ede & Ravenscroft Prize

The Ede & Ravenscroft Prize (£1,000) is awarded annually to the University's best research student. This year's winner is Joe Kinrade, from the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering.