Suzanne collects runner-up award in Best PhD Paper Competition 2017/2018


Well done Suzanne Meade for winning the runner-up award in the School of Engineering and Built Environment’s best PhD paper competition 2017/2018 for her paper ‘Modelling Cycling Flow for the estimation of cycling risk at a meso urban spatial level.’

The winner was Niaz Gharavi with his paper ‘End effect on determining shear modulus of timber beams in torsion tests’ and Amaka Onyianta secured the other runner-up position with her paper ‘Aqueous morpholine pre-treatment in cellulose nanofibril (CNF) production:  comparison with carboxymethylation and TEMP oxidisation pre-treatment methods.’



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