The winner of the award for best talk for the third year graduate conference was William Menz. He was presented with his prize by Head of Department Professor Nigel Slater at a strawberries and cream reception on Wednesday, 29 May 2013.
William spoke on When modelling goes wrong: Particle models in population balances.
The runners up were Matthew Renshaw with Operando Magnetic Resonance: Fixed-bed heterogeneous catalysis at elevated temperature and pressure and Shah Rukh Abbas, Polymeric microbubbles as Ultrasound Contrast Agents.
The winner of the best second year poster at the graduate conference was Christopher Boyce. His work is on Computational Modelling of Fluidised Beds. The runners up were Fanny Yuen (The role of intrinsically disordered proteins in cell colloidal stability), Jordan Ramsey (Molecular Sex Differences in Schizophrenia) and Yunan Peng (Ultra fast MRI and quantitative image analysis of powder dispersion).