Research Poster Conference 2016 Winners

RPC winners 2016

Congratulations to all of our postgraduate researchers who took part in this year's 10th Annual Research Poster Conference on 14 June 2016. At the Conference 90 postgraduate researchers from across all five Colleges presented their research projects and practised their public engagement skills. The posters and presentations were judged by our academic and professional members of staff and more than 390 guests from industry, staff and students also attended the event to view the posters and network with our postgraduate researchers. The judges and guests commented that the standard of posters was very high and they were impressed with the wide variety of postgraduate research taking place at the University.


  The winning posters and presenters were as follows:

  • Overall Winner: Shoshana Gander-Zaucker (LES)

Poster title: Domestic Abuse Services: An Experience-Based Co-Design Study (PDF - 923 KB)

  • Public’s Choice Winner: Marcelo Blumenfeld (EPS)

Poster title: The metro system of future megacities (PDF -5.01 MB)

  • College of Arts and Law Winner: Amna Nazir

Poster title: Islam and the death penalty within the Universal Periodic Review (PDF -1.28 MB)

  • College of Engineering and Physical Sciences  Winner: Patricia Andreu

Poster title: Modelling the dissolution of structured particle for enhance wash performance (PDF -595 KB)

  • College of Life and Environmental Sciences  Winner: Pedro Lorena Godoy

Poster title: See you later… crocodile? The ecological diversity of the crocodylians and their relatives (PDF -1.18 MB)

  • College of Medical and Dental Sciences  Winner: Mariana Torrente Goncalves

Poster title: Defining the mechanisms underlying reduced immunity to Streptococcus pneumoniae with age (PDF -566 KB)

  • College of Social Sciences  Winner: Nicholas Stock

Poster title: Exploring the Position of Rorty’s Ironist in an Educational Context (PDF -370 KB)

  • Best Poster Winner: Maria Bogarra-Macias (EPS)

Poster title: Daily exposure to Particulate Matter (PDF - 930 KB)

  • Best Presentation Winner: Nor Fadila Kasim (LES)

Poster title: The effect of Tai Chi and Zumba Gold on vascular function in an ageing population (PDF -732 KB)

  • PGMSA Winner: Sharon Glaas (CAL)

Poster title: The Use of Evaluative Abstract Nouns in Political and Media Discourse on the European Union: A Corpus Linguistic Study (PDF -1.43 MB)

  • #uobresearch Prize Winner: Sophie Archer (EPS)


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