PGR 2018

The School's annual Postgraduate Research Day took place on Nov. 28. (see below for a program). As in previous yeas, it was well attended. The displayed posters produced by the School's PhD students were highly reflective of the diverse research interests of the School (see Book of Abstracts PDF, 759Kb).

This year's speaker in the Prof Andrew Bangham seminar series was Dr. Fabrice Saffre, BT. His talk on the future of AI (see Seminar announcement , PDF,44Kb) attracted not only numerous faculty and PhD-students from the School but also scientists of all stages in their academic career from across the Norwich Research Park.

The prizes for the best and runner up poster in each year were awarded to

1st year
Ms Chloe Game (Best poster),
Mr Anthony Duncan and Mr Jake McVey (joint runners up)

2nd year
Ms Padma Chutoo (Best poster)
Ms Yuteng Zhu (runner up)

3rd year
Mr James Large (Best poster)
Ms Ghalia Hemrit (runner up)

Programme:

  • 10:00 Start
  • 10:00-12:00 Scoring of posters
  • 12:00-13:00 Lunch and continuation of poster scoring
  • 13:00-14:00 Talk by Dr Fabrice Saffre BT(SCI 0.31)
  • 14:00-15:00 Coffee/Tea and prize giving
  • 15:00 End

Book of Abstracts (PDF, 759Kb)

Seminar announcement (PDF,44Kb)

Mr James Large (3rd Year Best Poster)

Dr. Saffre (left) and Mr Large (right)

Ms Padma Chutoo (2nd Year Best Poster)

Dr. Saffre (left) and Ms Chutoo (right)

Impressions from the poster session