Materials and Characterisation Group prizes


Early Career Prize for the Best Presentation at the Recent Appointees in Materials Science Meeting (RAMS)

The Materials and Characterisation Group Early Career Prize for the Best Presentation is awarded to the best poster presented by an early career researcher as the lead author at the Recent Appointees in Materials Science Meeting, held annually at rotating locations in the UK.

All RAMS delegates are considered to be early career for the purposes of this prize. Poster submissions are judged during the conference by a panel arranged by the conference organisers. Winner receives a cash prize and certificate.

More information can be found on the RAMS website: http://rams2016.org/

Winners

2015: Dr Robert Menzel (University of Leeds)
For his presentation entitled “Nanostructured Carbon Networks as Electrically-Heatable Support for Layered Double Hydroxides”.

 

Materials and Characterisation Group Poster Prize

The Materials and Characterisation Group prize for the best student poster at PVSAT is awarded to the best poster presented by a student as the lead author at the Photovoltaic Science, Application and Technology Conference, held annually at rotating locations in the UK.

Poster submissions are judged during the conference by a panel arranged by the conference organisers. Winners receive a cash prize and certificate.

More information can be found on PVSAT website: http://www.pvsat.org.uk/

Winners

2016: Husyira Al Husna Binti-Mohd-Nasim (Loughborough University)
For her poster entitled “Validation of Spectral Response Polychromatic Method Measurement of Full Size Photovoltaic Modules using Outdoor Measured Data” (H. Alhusna, A. Smith, T.R. Betts, R. Gottschalg.)