The School of Engineering and Computing Science's annual research day provides the opportunity for top quality research from across to school to be presented to staff, students and visitors. During this one day event, a selection of PhD students, Research Associates and Post-Doctoral Researchers will present concise presentations summarising their key findings and other relevant aspects of their work. This will provide an opportunity both for the different research activities to be shared across all five research groups and to inform the wider research community within the university and industry.
Dates of "Research day 2017" will be posted here in the near future.
The 2016 School of Engineering Research Day took place on Thursday 6th of October. Accompanying the presentations, also featured a poster competition which was open to all PhD students within the school and cash prizes for the three best posters.
The winners of the poster competition were: Andrew Messenger (1st Prize), Oliver Hamilton (2nd Prize) and Eléonore Vissol-Gaudin (3rd Prize). Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all those who submitted a poster.
The winners of the presentation competition were: Andre Nichterlin (1st Prize) and Michael Cortis (2nd Prize). Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all those who spoke, research day couldn't happen without the proactivity of researchers within the school.
For any queries regarding research day please contact the team organising research day on the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
. Further details will be posted on this page when available.