Competition winner

Third year MMath student Thomas Rawson, who did his UROP (Undergraduate research opportunity) project this summer in CMOHB, co-supervised by Dr Danica Greetham and Dr Tijana Blanusa from the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development has won his category (environment and shared an overall win in the UROP poster competition with his project "Optimsing garden spaces". The project was a proof of concept for simple modelling and optimisation of eco-services in gardens and green walls based on the data collected by Dr Tijana Blanusa and her collaborators and some publically available data. Winning his category qualifies him to present his work at the British undergraduate research conference at University of Winchester in April next year and to go and present his poster in Parliament in February 2015.

He has written a blog about his experience which can be accessed via link on left.

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Dr Tijana Blanusa

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