SOUE News Issue 5


Peter McFadden, Chris Martin and Stephen Payne have received HEFCE-funded Teaching Excellence Awards for their contribution to the teaching of Engineering Science.

John Allen and Beatrice Annaratone won an IEE "Innovation in Engineering" award in the Electrical Technologies category, for their improved radio-frequency plasma reactor, a tool used in the manufacture of integrated circuits.

Bhaskar Choubey and Steve Collins won an award for best paper at the 2005 Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems.

Jo Ashbourn has been given a Crucible Award by the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts, which aims to promote interdisciplinary thinking.

Sarah Bond won a prize in the 10th Oxfordshire Science Writing Competition, for An Incredible Journey.

Alex Scotcher, son of the Department's Administrator, was a member of the victorious English Men's 4x200m freestyle swimming relay team at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne last March. Father Chris was there to see them win their Gold Medal.

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