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NanoDTC Associate awarded 2nd prize in the ABTA 2016 Doctoral Researcher Awards

last modified May 18, 2016 03:34 PM
Sabina Caneva has been awarded the 2nd prize in the Engineering Sciences at the ABTA 2016 Doctoral Researcher Awards.

On Saturday 14th May 2016, ABTA organised the 2016 Doctoral Research Awards (DRA) at University College London (UCL) to award and celebrate the achievements of young researchers. ABTA aims to cultivate junior academic research in the UK and encourage young academics by acknowledging their contribution to the academic world.

Professor Sir David Cox from Department of Statistics, University of Oxford, gave an inspiring speech on the importance of doing cross-disciplinary research in the new age and conveyed his own philosophy through examples from his fruitful life. After his speech, Professor Sir David Cox presented the awards.

Sabina Caneva, PhD student at the Electrical Engineering Department gave a talk on "The Big Potential of Small Materials: Nanoscale Engineering of Hexagonal Boron Nitride". Congratulations to Sabina for being awarded 2nd in Engineering Sciences.

 

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