- Jasbinder Nijjar, Department of Social Sciences, Media and Communications
- Jaskaran Kaur, Department of Brunel Business School
- Stefania Oliveiro, Department of Life Sciences
- Philip Marmon, Department of Life Sciences
- Mazen Al-Kheetan, Institute of Energy Futures
- Rasha Al-Dabbagh, Institute of Energy Futures
- Alaa Thuwaini, Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering
- Rebecca Parrish, Department of Life Sciences
Alaa Thuwaini said: "I have attended this conference to present my accepted paper, the extracted poster from the accepted paper were presented during about 90 minute presentation...the main aim and objectives, following by the future works. The topic of work was found highly promising and the attendees, including both academics and industrials, were excited and released good feedbacks about the work....Furthermore; I have attended the others poster and oral presentations. The other presentations were beneficial to develop my knowledge; we got some ideas which are future work for us.
It was an excellent experience to join an English international conference and get in touch with other academic staff from different countries.This conference kept me up to date on significant issues that related directly with my PhD... Also, it was essential the communication and the contact with other scientists and researchers who study and work to the same above technological fields.
Joao de Aguiar Greca said: "I strongly recommend all students to apply for the Vice-Chancellor's Travel Prize and would like to share some tips with those who are planning on applying for it:
- Development Programme Sessions attended: make sure that you are closely engaged with course opportunities offered by the Brunel Graduate School, as this can increase your chances of being successful with your application.
- Training sessions attended: the more training courses related to your field of research you have attended the better. Hint: external training courses that you might have attended also count.
- Conferences: previous conferences that you may have attended can make your Vice-Chancellor's Travel Prize application more attractive. Make sure you report previous conferences in your application."