GCHQ Prize Shortlist
The following talks have been shortlised forthe GCHQ Prize
Thomas McDonald, Newcastle University, Vortex Visualiser
Yohance Osborne, University College London, The Browder-Minty Theorem for Nonlinear Monotone Operators
Abhimanyu Pallavi Sudhir, Imperial College London, The Generalised Cauchy Derivative as a Principal Value of the Grünwald-Letnikov Fractional Derivative for Divergent Expansions
Jasper Salisbury, University of Brighton, An Exploration of the Behaviour of Space Plasma Interacting with Earth's Bow Shock
GCHQ Prize Winner: Thomas McDonald
Criteria for GCHQ Prize
We are grateful to GCHQ for sponsoring a prize for the best presentation at the conference.
- Evidence of an excellent understanding of the mathematics involved in the problem proposed.
- Evidence of collaboration and team work either with your peers, with your tutors or with outside contacts.
- An understanding of current research in the area examined and an indication of further research that could be undertaken.
- An innovative approach to a standard problem.
All applications for the award will be considered, the best submissions will be shortlisted and the presentations will be judged on the day. Short-listed candidates will be notified in advance of the conference. Applications from groups are encouraged as well as from individuals.
The best presentation will receive a cheque for £300 awarded by GCHQ. The communication skills, style and delivery of the presentation will be a deciding factor in the outcome.