PhD student, Brian Graves, won Churchill College Shell Prize.
The Shell Prize is given to the best research proposal from a Post Doc, Graduate or Undergraduate student at Churchill College. This year two prizes were awarded. It is targeted toward STEM subjects, particularly projects with relevance to energy, engineering, and big data.
The Centre for Sustainable Road Freight has a position available for a Masters or PhD level applicant. The two year project will seek to develop sensors for full vehicle energy use and emissions monitoring of in-use vehicles via Android apps. Project management and entrepreneurship are highly valued, as it is likely that portions of the work will be commercialized.
Further information can be found here: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/13443/
Jean de la Verpilliere wins the NanoDTC translational prize for “Conversion Li-ion
battery anodes for electric vehicles”.
The NanoDTC Translational Prize Fellowship is awarded to exceptional NanoDTC Students and Associates to carry out projects which enable the translation of cutting edge nanoscience research to higher Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs).
The Boies group was a part of a larger cambridge consortium within the Centre for Sustainable Road Freight to win funding for monitoring of gas-powered vehicles along with industrial partners Waitrose and CNG Fuels, https://www.gov.uk/government/news/low-emmission-freight-and-logistics-trial-competition-winners-announced
Adam Boies led the organization of the 2016 Annual Aerosol Science Conference “Aerosol from formation to exposure”in Birmingham, UK.