Oxford Student ‘BCS IT Student of the Year Award’ runner-up
Posted: 21st September 2010Computer Science student Thomas Gibson-Robinson was one of three people nominated for the Best Information Technology Student at the Science, Engineering & Technology Awards in 2010.
The Science, Engineering & Technology Student of the Year Awards are well established as one of Britain's most important awards for science and engineering undergraduates. The awards are organised by the World Leadership Forum, with the award for IT student of the Year sponsored and judged by the BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.
Thomas, a recent graduate of the MA in Computer Science programme at Oxford (St Catherine's College) was one of two runners-up in the competition for his work on the 'Automatic Simulation of Process Algebras'.
Peter Calvert a student at Cambridge University was revealed as the winner for his work on 'Parallelisation of Java for Graphics Processors'.