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Excellence in Communication

Engineering and Applied Science recently launched a scientific writing competition for students studying in EAS. We received a substantial number of entries and after much deliberation the following students were picked as our winners. These students were picked because it was felt that their pieces were the most engaging to read and would be of great interest to others.   

Russell Eden

Excellence in Communication

Contact lenses with cornea-like comfort

Russell Is a current PhD student at Aston studying in the Biomaterials research group. His previous studies include MSc Chemical Process Technology and BSc Biology and Environmental science.  

Lilit Hakobyan 

Excellence in Communication

SMART: Self-Monitoring, Ability -Reactive Technology for Age - Related Macular Degeneration  

Lilit Is a current PhD student at Aston studying Human Computer interaction in the Computer Science research group. Her previous Studies include a BSc with First Class Honours in Computer Science and Business.

Srikanth Sugavanam

Excellence in communication

Stretching it a bit - non linear fibre optics

Srikanth is a second year research student studying in the photonics research group. His previous studies include B.Sc. Physics Hons, B.Tech Optics and Optoelectronics,  MS Optics and Optomechatronics and MS Photonics.

Alina Patelli

Alina Patelli

One step closer to a Routine free life

Alina is a current PhD at Aston studying in the Computer Science research group. Her previous studies include a PhD in Systems Engineering and a BSc First class honours in Applied Sciences.

Paul Richards

Paul Richards

Case Based Design of Knitwear

Paul is a current PhD student at Aston studying in the Computer Science research group. His previous studies include a BSc First class honours in computing and a certificate in Mathematics.

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