UKIE SIAM Student Prizes
UKIE SIAM awards student prizes at various meetings. Previous winners:
Guidelines for the award of these prizes can be found here.
- 23rd Biennial Conference on Numerical Analysis
- 2009 (best student talks): Jaroslav Fowkes (Oxford), Hafiz Wajid (Strathclyde).
- 2009 (certificate of merit for student talk): Chris Fuller (Auburn),
Wouter Hamelinck (Ghent), Jonathan Hogg (Edinburgh), Qifeng Liao (Manchester),
Sundararajan Natarajan (Glasgow), Gaurev Prinja (Manchester),
Tyrone Rees (Oxford), Emily Walsh (Bath), Hao Wang (Oxford),
Xiaolin Xiao (Strathclyde).
- The British Applied Mathematics Colloquium
- 2009 (best student talks): Philip Ingrey (Nottingham),
Andrew Stewart (Oxford).
- 2009 (best poster): Katy Richardson (Cambridge).
- 2007 (best student talks): Sunny Chiu-Webster (Cambridge), Shreyas Jalikop (Manchester), Philip Murray (Oxford), James Sprittles (Birmingham).
- 2006 (best student talks): Mr Lloyd Bridge (UBC Vancouver),
Mr David E. Jessop (University of Bristol),
Mr Gareth W. Jones (University of Oxford),
Miss Melanie Ottenio (University of Glasgow),
Mr Jamal Uddin (University of Birmingham).
- 2005 (best student talks): Sara Jabbari (Nottingham), Martin
Thomas (Reading), Dominic Vella (Cambridge).
- 2005 (best student poster): Nick McCullen.
- 2004 (best student talks): Christopher Heaton (Cambridge), Alan
Hinds (UCL), Rachel Levy (North Carolina State University)
- 2004 (best student poster): Andrew King (Nottingham).
- 2002 (best student talk): Kirk Green (Bristol).
- 2001 (best student presentations): A.S. Lawless (Reading), K. Ratcliffe (Loughborough).
- Boundary and Interior Layers - Computational & Asymptotic Methods, at the University of Limerick:
- 2008: Martin Viscor (NUI Cork).
- The 8th International Conference on Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Waves, at the University of Reading:
- 2007: Britta Heubeck (Erlangen), Richard Norton (Bath).
- The Numerical Analysis Summer School at the University of
- 2002: Craig Brand (University of Strathclyde), Angela Mihai
(University of Durham).