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Postgraduate thesis commendation for Tom McKetterick

31 May 2016

The Faculty of Engineering has awarded a postgraduate commendation to Tom McKetterick for his thesis "Delayed stochastic processes and animal movement interactions"

We offer hearty congratulations to Tom McKetterick who has been awarded a thesis commendation by the Faculty of Engineering.

Commendations are awarded to theses singled out by examiners as outstanding pieces of work. Although the Faculty of Engineering awards around 70 PhDs per year only 15% of these will receive a commendation.

Tom McKetterick, student funded by the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Complexity Sciences was awarded the commendation for his thesis titled 'Delayed stochastic processes and animal movement interactions'.

Tom's research was supervised by Luca Giuggioli in the Department of Engineering Mathematics.

After completing his research degree Tom enrolled upon the Researchers in Schools (RIS) programme, working in disadvantaged schools to disseminate research expertise and encourage university access.