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Recent Winners

April 2017

  • Dimple Chudasama, Department of Life Sciences
  • Ian Stone, Department of Social Sciences, Media and Communications
  • Juliana Byzyke, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
  • Longjie Wang, Institute of Materials and Manufacturing
  • Marcelo Bigliassi, Department of Life Sciences
  • Margje Den Broeder, Institute of Environment
  • Pauldy Otermans, Department of Life Sciences
  • Sunila Modi, Department of Computer Sciences
  • Toby Ellmers, Department of Life Sciences
  • Uchechukwu Onwukwe, Institute of Materials and Manufacturing

January 2017

  • Thompson Lanzanova, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
  • Wan Mohd Nor Izudeen Wan Ahmad, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
  • Aderinkola Alabi, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
  • Jessica Worden, Department of Arts and Humanities
  • Tavis Ryan King, Department of Life Sciences
  • Alexander Morton, Electronic and Computer Engineering
  • Jennifer Hall, Department of Life Sciences
  • Joao de Aguiar Greca, Department of Life Sciences
  • Hassan Ahmad, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering

October 2016

  • Mazen Al-Kheetan, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering

 

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Mazen Al-Zheetan said: "The Vice-Chancellor's prize gave me the chance to present my two peer reviewed articles in the top international conference in transportation engineering, the 96th Transportantion Research Board annual meeting organised by Transportation Research Board (TRB) and National Academy of Sciences in USA... Thanks to the VC prize, I was able to attend this conference, develop many skills and build many relations with different professionals from all over the world".

Mian Zhou said: "I learned about the Vice-Chancellor's Travel Prize and applied straightaway. I considered my chance of winning this prize was slim as I was still in my first year of PhD, so it was a very pleasant surprise when I found I was graned the prize. It was very encouranging to know that Brunel University supports young PhD students to participate in academic communications. Also, I was really glad I met quite a few young researchers/PhD students which was expectionally valuable because their experiences filled up my knowledge gap and their acknowledgement of my research ideas in turn reinforced my faith in my PhD project".