Annual Reseach Student Poster Competition

The annual Research Student Poster Competition was held at the Venue@DMU on Wednesday 20 March. Feedback we have received has been extremely positive and complimentary with the entrants themselves saying how enjoyable the experience was for them. The event was well attended which created an excellent atmosphere and provided the opportunity to find out more about the excellent research being undertaken by research students at De Montfort University.

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The Doctoral College is delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Poster Competition as follows:
 
1st place, Nick Ayres from the Faculty of Computing Engineering and Media; poster title ‘Dynamic Software Updates in Autonomous Vehicles’

2nd place, Linzie Bolus from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences; poster title ‘Improving Dietary Supplements for Medicinal Uses Through Cocrystals’

3rd place, Guoli Li from the Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities; poster title ‘The Effectiveness of Orthotics for Correcting Hallux Valgus Angle for Patients With Mild and Moderate Hallux Valgus’

4th place, Rachel Neal from the faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities; poster title ‘Re-embodying the Civilian: Deconstructing the First World War Uniform and Reconstructing a Material Civilian Menswear Identity’

5th place, Tracy Martin from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences; poster title ‘Night Time Matters’

Peer Reviewed Prize, Rachel Neal (Stand 25) from the Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities; poster title ‘Re-embodying the Civilian: Deconstructing the First World War Uniform and Reconstructing a Material Civilian Menswear Identity’

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