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Graduate Conference 2018

last modified May 10, 2018 05:17 PM
Congratulations to Cassi Henderson, Daniel Hurst, Oliver Vanderpoorten and Rhian Preece
Graduate Conference 2018

Oliver Vanderpoorten, Cassi Henderson, Head of Dept Prof John Dennis, Daniel Hurst and Rhian Preece. Click on image for a larger version.

The CEB Graduate Conference took place on Wednesday the 25th and Thursday the 26th of April.

As in previous years, the two days were an opportunity to get to know the research conducted by the different groups in the department, as both the third and the second year PhD students will give presentations on their work, through talks and poster or video presentations, respectively.

Prizes for third year talks went to Cassi Henderson for her presentation on Re-thinking biosensors for low-resources settings and to Daniel Hurst for his work on Online rheometry of process fluids using magnetic resonance.

The second year poster prizes went to Oliver Vanderpoorten for Two-photon lithography for nanofluidic device fabrication and Rhian Preece for Developing a proteomic assay for the "absolute" quantification of blood basedbiomarkers for psychiatric disorders.

Dr Patrick Barrie, Director of Teaching, commented, "I thank all those who contributed to the Graduate Conference last week - particularly the presenters and organisers. Well done to them - and indeed all the contributors. I thought the standard of presentation was very high and many of the results looked fantastic."

Congratulations to this year’s winners!

 

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