3rd Renewable Engine Research Colloquium

3rd Renewable Engine Research Colloquium

The Renewable Engine team met virtually in November for the third and final Research Colloquium with participation from all PhD students within the four research partners; South West College, Queen’s University Belfast, University of Strathclyde and Institute of Technology Sligo.

Instead of the standard “research progress” presentations, the PhD students were pitted against each other and given the challenge of detailing the commercialisation potential of their project in a short and concise presentation, with an Apple iPad up for grabs!

The 11 research students all followed the brief and a wide variety of topics were judged throughout the day. However, there could be only one winner, and the best presentation award (and iPad) went to SWC’s student Mansoureh Khaljani. Well done Mansoureh!

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The project is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), with match funding provided by the Department for the Economy (Northern Ireland) and Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment (Republic of Ireland).
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We are delighted to hear that the hard work & dedication of the #EUFunded, #INTERREGVA @renewableeng project is being recognised. As lead partner, @swccollege has been nominated for the prestigious @greengowns award.

Congratulations to everyone involved. https://twitter.com/renewableeng/status/1428006013702135811

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South West College nominated for prestigious @greengowns award through the work of Renewable Engine:

https://www.renewableengine.co.uk/south-west-colleges-renewable-engine-programme-shortlisted-for-prestigious-green-gown-research-award/

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