We are so disappointed that we cannot celebrate in person this year with our graduating students in Canterbury Cathedral, or celebrate in Jennison with our special prize winners.
Instead, on Tuesday 21 July at 9.00 am (BST), we’ll be releasing a special celebratory YouTube video of congratulations, featuring some faces you may recognise in EDA who want to say ‘Well done’. These are not usual times but you’ve made it through the most challenging year of our lifetime! Check it out now!
This year, prizes have been awarded as follows:
Speech Link Multimedia Ltd Prize for the Best Final Year Project with a Therapeutic Application, jointly awarded to Ellie Barrett and Alex Newson.
The School of Engineering and Digital Arts Prize for Innovation and Creativity jointly awarded to Martina Lackova and Bianca Budulacu.
The School of Engineering and Digital Arts Prize for Technical Creativity awarded to Robert Hales.
Faculty of Sciences Rotary Prize for Distinguished Performance in Stage 1,2,3/4 Examinations awarded to Philip Crocker.
Faculty of Sciences Rotary Prize for Distinguished Performance in Stage 1,2,3/4 Examinations awarded to Hasan Jamal.
Faculty of Sciences Dean’s Prize for Outstanding Performance in Examinations, awarded to Tim Haines.
IEEE Communications Chapter Final Year Prizefor the Best Final Year Undergraduate Project in the Telecommunications Area, awarded to George Frangulea.
The IET National Prize awarded for Distinction by a Final Year Student on an IET Accredited Course, awarded to Philip Crocker.
BAE Systems Prize for Most Outstanding Project by a Third Year CSE Student, awarded to Masum Ahmed.
BAE Systems Prize for Inspiring the Participation of Women in Engineering, awarded to Georgia Hillyard.
BAE Systems Prize for Inspiring the Participation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities in Engineering, awarded to Maryam Rajitola.
BAE Systems Prize for Promoting and Championing the Participation of the LGBTQ+ community in Engineering, awarded to Zoey Mairs.
Megger Instruments Ltd Prize for Most Outstanding Instrumentation Project, awarded to Chantal Zorzi.
Congratulations to all our graduates and prize winners! We are so proud of you – please do stay in touch!