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First year graduate student presentations

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First year graduate student presentations

Genti, Laurence and Andrew York

At the start of their 2nd year of research, research students are asked to give short presentations on their work so far and to prepare a poster. Twelve first year graduate students gave presentations on 15 October 2008 and then took questions at a poster session.

The winner of the prize for best presentation was Gentiana Shiko. Her subject was MRI studis of dissolution testing of controlled release pharmaceutical. She is a member of the Magnetic Resonance and Catalysis Group and is supervised by Prof Lynn Gladden.

The runner up was Laurence McGlashan who spoke onCFD modelling of multiphase flows. He is a member of the Computational Modelling Group and is supervised by Dr Markus Kraft.

Pictured with the winners is the chief judge, Dr Andrew York. He is the Johnson Matthey Research Fellow.