Printing and Graphics Science Group Student Presentation Prize

This prize is for the best oral and poster presentation at our annual student conference.


The prize is £50.

You can apply for this prize if you are:

  • a research student
  • at a university in the UK or Ireland
  • currently working towards a PhD or master’s degree
  • able to present your work at our annual student conference

Oral presentations are typically ten minutes. Previous topics have included:

  • flexographic
  • inkjet printing
  • ceramic manufacture
  • organic field-effect transistors in polymer layers
  • bioprinting

Presentations are invited from students and researchers at postgraduate level.

Abstracts should:

  • be a maximum of 200 words
  • explain the content of your 10-minute oral presentation and poster
  • outline research highlights to be presented to members of academia and industry

Abstracts are assessed by a group committee.

For more information, email [email protected] or [email protected].

Prize winners

2019

Tanyaradzwa Mangoma

Tanyaradzwa Mangoma, University of Cambridge. For Additive Manufacturing of Memristic and Neuromorphic Devices.

Liesbeth Birchall

Liesbeth Birchall, University of Nottingham. For Reactive Inkjet of Quantum Dot – Silicone Composites.

2018

  • Yaan Liu, University of Nottingham. For Additive Manufacture of 3D Metal-Polymer Nanocomposites by Simultaneous Multiphoton Polymerisation and Photoreduction.
  • Jack Hinton, University of Leeds. For Hybrid Additive Manufacturing of Precision Engineered Ceramic Components.

2017

  • Morgan Miles, Swansea University. For The Science Behind Flexographic Printing Uniformity.
  • Tian Carey, Cambridge University. For Spray Coating of Thin Films on Three Dimentional Surfaces for a Graphene-based Capacitive Touch Device.

2016

  • Beth Kazmierski, Durham University. For Inkjet Patterning onto Patterned Substrates.
  • Ashley Johns, Durham University. For Inkjet Printing of High-Molecular-Weight Polymers via Emulsions.

2014

  • Sheida Faraji, The University of Manchester. For Low-voltage, Flexible Organic Transistors Using Novel Solution-Processed Nanocomposite Dielectrics.
  • Javier Ledesma Fernandez, University of Nottingham. For Jetting of Conductive Pastes for Printed Electronic Applications.