Recognition of Outstanding Performance
The Informatics Student Prize Scheme aims to recognize and reward excellent performance across the curriculum.
|Prize Winners 2009/2010|
|Prize Winners 2008/2009|
|Prize Winners 2007/2008|
|Prize Winners 2006/2007|
|Prize Winners 2005/2006|
|Prize Winners 2004/2005|
|Prize Winners 2003/2004|
|Prize Winners 2002/2003|
|Prize Winners 2001/2002|
|Prize Winners 2000/2001|
The School of Informatics wishes to thank all of the following sponsors for their support.
The British Computer Society Prize is awarded for top performance in the third-year Professional Issues course.
The Citigroup Prize is awarded to the best third-year System Design Group Project.
Siobhan Clarke and Family
The Kevin Clarke Memorial Prize was established in 1993 in memory of Kevin Clarke, and is awarded to the best final-year student performance in Computer Science and Mathematics.
The Freescale Prize is awarded to the best third-year System Design Group Robot.
Google sponsor two prizes: one for top performance in the CS/SE Individual Practical course, taught in the third year; and another for the highest-performing student in Phase 1 of the MInf Project.
The IBM prize is the "Judges Award" for a third-year System Design Group.
The JP Morgan Prize for Computer Science is awarded to the student who has obtained the highest overall mark in the BSc/BEng Computer Science Degree.
The Jim Howe Trust Fund sponsors two prizes: the Howe Undergraduate Prize for the best performance in Artificial Intelligence by a final-year student, and the Howe Masters Prize awarded to the best student performance on the Artificial Intelligence MSc.
The Sidney Michaelson Prize was established in 1991 in memory of Sidney Michaelson and is awarded to the most deserving student.
The Microsoft Research Prize is awarded for the best undergraduate final-year project.
The Netcraft Prizes are awarded to the 6 undergraduate students with best performance in third year.
NCR Corporation offer a prize for the undergraduate student with the best fourth-year performance.
The Real Time Engineering Prize is awarded to the top performing student in the third-year Artificial Intelligence Large Practical.
The Xerox Prize is awarded to the student who has produced the most outstanding project in the Artificial Intelligence MSc.