Department of Aerospace Engineering / Faculty of Engineering Prizes 2012-13
13 August 2013
The winners of Aerospace Engineering department and Faculty of Engineering prizes for 2012-13
The Aerospace Department prize-giving ceremony took place on 15 July at Bristol Grammar School. The industry representatives who attended, included Sir George White, the descendant of the first Sir George, the pioneer of the British aircraft industry, Ian McNeil, Project Manager, Boeing Defence UK Limited and Richard Varvill, Technical Director, Reaction Engines.
Royal Aeronautical Society| Raoul Hafner Prize| Roderick Collar Prize| The Rolls Royce Prize| John Deakin Prize| Reaction Engines Prize| Boeing Prize| Alumni Academic Achievement Award| Hele Shaw Prize| Wertheimer Memorial Prize
Prize winner: Shashitha Kularatna
Awarded to the best aeronautical engineering student in the final year.
Prize winners: Emma England and Michael Mousdale
Awarded on the recommendation of the Head of Department to two final year students who submit the most inventive and imaginative project work.
Prize winners: Byung Kwon Jung and Robert Worboys
Awarded to two second year aeronautical students who have combined academic excellence with other activities.
Prize winner: Dominic Chapman
Awarded to the best third year student in aeronautical engineering.
Prize winner: Tom Summers
Awarded to the first year aeronautical engineering student with the best academic excellence (should be of first class standard).
Prize winner: Luke Fongenie
Awarded to the best final year project on a space related topic.
Prize winners: Rupert Adams and Pete Miller
Awarded on the recommendation of the Head of Department to the final year student who submitted an inventive and imaginative project and for the best MSc Project in Intergrated Aerospace Systems Design.
Prize winner: Yannik Mayer
This new award, funded from donations from alumni, is made to the top first-year undergraduate students based on examination/coursework results.
Prize winner: Aditi Vyakarnam
Awarded to the student in their Final Year in any Department with a good academic or social record not otherwise covered.
Prize winner: Andrew Collings
Awarded to a Final Year student who is considered to have made the best contribution to the life of the Faculty and of their fellow students.