Freshers' Week saw the presentation of prizes to last year's first
and second year students by the Head of School, Professor Maria Fasli.
Four K. F. Bowden Memorial Prizes, in memory of a
former professor, are awarded to first year undergraduate students.
These prizes are awarded on the recommendation of the First Year
Examinations Committee to the four first year students with the best
overall year mark. Each prize is worth £250.
The prize winners: (click on thumbnails to enlarge)
Mark Bloomfield, BSc Computer Science
John Pulford, MSci Computer Science
Richard Howard Bent-Marshall, BSc Computer Science
Dino Ratcliffe, MSci Computer Science
The O’Reilly Academic Prize is awarded to the first
year student who achieves the best overall average mark on one of the
single honours degree courses in either the Computer Science or Computer
Systems Engineering themes. The prize-winner is
awarded a book voucher worth £100.
The prize winner:
Michael Sharpe, BSc Computer Science
The Martin Waite Memorial Prize is awarded to the
first year student with the highest overall mark in the area of Object
Oriented Programming. The prize-winner is awarded a £50 book
Christopher Madge, BSc Computer Science
The Frank Thilo Prize is awarded to the best second
year BSc student on the following schemes on the basis of academic
achievement: BSc Computer Science, BSc Computer Science
(Artificial Intelligence), BSc Computer Science (Software Engineering),
BSc Computer Science (Embedded Systems and Robotics), BSc Computer
Science (Internet Technology). The prize-winner is awarded a
cheque for £125 and a BCS student annual membership voucher.
Ludvig Kihlman, BSc Computer Science
Institute of Engineering and Technology Anglian Coastal
Network Prize for achieving the highest aggregate mark on a
BEng degree programme. The prize-winner is awarded £150.
Nicola Snell, BEng Computers & Electronics
Four K. F. Bowden Memorial Prizes are awarded to
second year undergraduate students with the best overall year mark.
Each prize is worth £250.
The prize winners:
Dragos Stanciu, BSc Computer Science
Nikhil Divani, BSc Computer Games
Luke Wheeler, BSc Computer Science
Pangratios Cosma, BSc Computer Science
The Telecom Technologies Prize winner is awarded
Salma Alarefi, BEng Telecommunication Engineering