Join us for the prize giving ceremony live on campus. All prizes will be announced and awarded at the live prize giving on Wednesday 18 May from 17.00 – 19.00
, in the Hamilton Newton room, where you are invited to join us in the festivities including a BBQ and drinks alongside live band. Please join the VC who will be presenting all the winners and also winners from this year’s 3MT, hosted earlier this year online.
Five Graduate School prizes
of £300 each will be awarded.One Graduate School prize
of £150 for the best poster presented by an early-stage researcher (0-12 month into their research or 0-24 months part-time) will be also be awarded. One Provost’s prize
for Interdisciplinary Research
of £200 will be awarded. Two ‘Peer to Peer’
Prizes will be awarded for those who are participating in person which will be for top voted poster of £200 and runner up at £150.Five Research Support and Development Office (RSDO) prizes of £100 each will be awarded during the prize giving on Wednesday 18 May
in conjunction with the Research Festival. These will be judged by a live online poll during the Festival. The five categories for this prize are:‘Health’: Planetary Health and Human Health and Wellbeing across the life course
Providing knowledge, insight and innovative technological breakthroughs that improve planetary health, environments and human health and wellbeing locally and globally, through new models of care, understanding biological, social and psychological perspectives for defined populations across the life course, effective intervention and prevention of health problems and the evaluation of these.
‘Communities’: Global, Secure, Connected Communities
Providing knowledge, insight and innovative technological breakthroughs that promote the role of communities in sustaining and enhancing the quality of life for people globally, through economic, social and cultural benefits, social justice and equality, diplomacy and policy making, security, and the mitigation of the impacts of climate change, conflict and mass migration.
‘Digital’: Digital Futures, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data
Providing knowledge, insight and innovative technological breakthroughs that transform healthcare, education, manufacturing, the built environment and business models, promoting social cohesion and human mobility while mitigating the impacts of climate change and ageing populations and protecting against cybercrime.
‘Sustainability’: Clean Energy, Sustainable Growth, Circular and Bio Economies
Providing knowledge, insight and innovative technological breakthroughs that enable social justice and equality in the provision of clean air, food, energy and water for people globally, through the efficient use of resources, transformative economies and behaviours, the development of smart cities and the mitigation of the impacts of climate change.
‘Manufacturing’: Smart Manufacturing and Materials Innovation
Providing knowledge, insight and innovative technological breakthroughs that improve the sustainability, design, integrity and performance of manufacturing processes and products, through more efficient use of resources, development of novel materials and pioneering Industry 4.0.