In 2022, Callum Stark at the University of Strathclyde was our overall winner, with other runners up below. All entries were of an incredibly high standard and you can find out more about each of them in the videos below
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Overall winner
Callum
University of Strathclyde: Engineering leading edge tubercles to reduce sub-aqua noise pollution
Runner up

Hannah

The University of Manchester:
Microbially influenced corrosion
Runner up

Faye

University of Birmingham:
Developing trust between human operators and AI systems
Runner up

Joe

University of Southampton:
Active acoustic metamaterials for high performance noise control
Runner up

James

Cranfield University:
Grain structure control of titanium alloys during Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing
 
As you can see, these are researchers at the cutting edge of their fields. The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) funds these PhDs, so we are enormously grateful to work with them. It’s all part of turning the UK’s science and technology superpower into applications that can help our armed forces and drive prosperity. 
 
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