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2010 Undergraduate Prizes

IBM Best Group Project Prize
To reward the best project in terms of what was achieved overall, how robust and usable the delivered system is and how well it has been documented.
Prize: £50
Awarded to: ‘Automated Pacman Player’ supervised by Graham Kendall
Group Members: Nathaniel Bell, Xinghong Fang, Rory Hughes, Edward O’Reilly and Qiu Shenghui

Adobe Systems Inc. Award for the best individual performance in G52DOC
Prize: A boxed version of Adobe Photoshop CS5
Awarded to: Thomas Bridge Jianjun Chen

Springer Science and Business Media Prize
Awarded for the best student performance in final year of study.
Prize: $200 (US) worth of books
Awarded to: Lwin, Khin Thein Lwin (a) Daw Khin Thein

University Prize
Awarded to the Undergraduate student in each School with the highest final average mark.
Prize: £100 cheque
Awarded to: Lwin, Khin Thein Lwin (a) Daw Khin Thein

IBM Individual Project Prize
Awarded for the most outstanding overall Individual project.
Prize: £250 cheque
Awarded to: Jonathan Gibbs,‘Scheduling English Football Fixtures over the Holiday Periods: A Choice Hyper-Heuristic Approach’ supervised by Ender Ozcan

School and Alumni Best Stall at Group Project Open Day Prize
Prize: £50 per winning team member
Awarded to: ‘Games for Language Teaching’ supervised by Peter Blanchfield
Group Members: John Bradshaw, Wenchao Jiang, Clifford Owen, Jeremy Paul, Simon Phillips and Xiaodan Zhang

Posted on Tuesday 28th February 2012

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