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2010-2011 Prize Winners in Electronic Engineering

EE prize winners
Prize winners (from left to right): Bander Alrouili, Kishan Bharwad, Oliver Maskery, Thomas Barnett and Richard Shaw
Alexander winner
Alexander Poole receiving the Charles Partridge Memorial Prize
Monika winner
Monika Obrocka receiving the H.E Pulsford Memorial Prize and the University Prize for Communications Engineering
Michael winner
Michael Belcher receiving the Professor Edward May Memorial Prize and the University Prize for Electronic Engineering and Computer Science


Each year we have the pleasure of distributing a number of prizes to highly performing students:
  • The Engineering Employers Federation West Midlands Prize for Preparatory Studies (top Foundation Year student)  – Thomas Barnett
  • Harry Kyle Peddie Burt Memorial Prize (top first year student on Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme) – Bander Alrouili
  • IMI Prize – Huw Ayling-Miller (top first year student on a BEng programme)
  • Jonathan Dickson Memorial Prize – (overall top first year student in Electronic Engineering) Bander Alrouili
  • Humphrey Orwin Memorial Prize (top first year student on Electronic Engineering programme) – Ahmed Mohammed Saleh
  • Humphrey Orwin Memorial Prize (top second year student in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science) – Oliver Maskery
  • Humphrey Orwin Memorial Prize (most improved second year student on any BEng/MEng programme) – Kishan Bharwad
  • Dr Edwin Thomas Griffith Memorial Prize (top second year student on Electronic and Electronic Engineering degree programme) – Richard Shaw
  • H.E Pulsford Memorial Prize - Monika Obrocka
  • University Prize for Communications Engineering - Monika Obrocka
  • Charles Partridge Memorial Prize - Alexander Poole
  • Professor Edward May Memorial Prize - Michael Belcher
  • University Prize for Electronic Engineering and Computer Science - Michael Belcher

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