Third and Fourth year student prizes awarded
Posted: 13th September 2017
Well done to the third and fourth year students who have won prizes for their work.
The third year prizes were awarded as follows:
Mantas Pajarskas (St Hugh's College) won the Hoare Prize for the best overall performance in Computer Science and G-Research Prize for best project in Computer Science. Declan Manning (New College) received the British Telecom Research and Technology Prize for Mathematics and Computer Science for best overall performance, with special regard for Computer Science papers Wenkai Lei (St John's College) won the Junior Mathematics Prize for Mathematics and Computer Science, for outstanding performance in the mathematical papers in Part B. Richard Ngo (Hertford College) received the Gibbs Prize for Computer Science and Philosophy Parts A and B, paying particular regard to Computer Science papers and Nicholas Buckner (Balliol College) got the Gibbs Prize for Computer Science and Philosophy for Parts A and B, paying particular regard to Philosophy papers.
Students in the fourth year were recognised with the following awards:
Matthew Gripton (St Catherine's College) received the Hoare Prize for best overall performance in Computer Science in Part C. Dan-Andrei Gheorghe (Somerville College) won the Microsoft Prize for best Computer Science project in Part C. Florian Jaeckle (Worcester College) was awarded the Hoare Prize for best overall performance in Mathematics & Computer Science in Part C. Tomas Vaskevicius (St Anne's College) got the G-Research Prize for best Computer Science project by a Mathematics & Computer Science candidate in Part C and Alexander Bridgland (Hertford College) received the Hoare Prize for best overall performance in Computer Science and Philosophy in Part C.