16 Oct 2018
Chemical Engineering PhD Student Presented with Elsevier Award
Each year ECIS (European Colloid and Interface Society), awards prizes for the best posters of young researchers and PhD students. At ECIS 2018, five prizes are sponsored by Elsevier.
This year, Chemical Engineering PhD student Naval Singh won one of these awards for his poster "Solute-Driven Colloidal Particle Manipulation in Continuous Flows Past Grooved Microchannels", which is featured in the Conference Handbook.
Elsevier awards researchers and research organisations throughout the world who have been credited with outstanding achievements and are making a significant contribution to the advancement of their field, thereby having a positive influence on our society.
The prizes are a tribute to the men and women who have contributed to the progress of humanity through their dedication to science. Serving as a source of inspiration, the awards help to raise the profile of talented individuals and the organisations, in addition to the profession as a whole.
Naval stated in response to receiving the Award:
"I feel immensely privileged and honoured for the recognition I have received for my work at the European Colloid and Interface Society Conference. I wish to express my sincere gratitude to my supervisors for their support."
Naval was presented with his prize and certificate by Prof. Marija Bešter-Rogač who Chaired the conference and is from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia (top image.)
The Department of Chemical Engineering offers its congratulations to Naval and we look forward to seeing his future research!
For more information on the ECIS conference, please follow this link.