The joint winners are:-
Oisín Anderson from NUI Galway – (Supervisor – Maeve Duffy) with his project “Robust and High Efficiency Motor Drive Circuitry for NUI Galway’s 2020 Shell Eco-Marathon Entry” and Ruairi Doherty from GMIT – (Supervisor – Paul Lennon) with his project “Remote-Robot”.
Both Oisín and Ruairi will receive a €1000 cash prize each.
The runner-up Cornelia Schmitt, from Maynooth University, (Supervisor – Bryan Hennelly) with her project “New Phase Imaging Technique for Clinical Pathology based on Transport of Intensity Equation (TIE) and Differential Phase Contrast (DPC)”.
Cornelia will receive a €250 cash prize.
Thanks again to their Supervisors for all their
efforts/guidance in relation to their projects.
The competition prizes are kindly sponsored by Analog Devices.
The winners were announced at our recent MIDAS Ireland virtual meeting on Thursday, 15th October 2020.
Well done to all involved!
See all entries received below – 24 Posters submitted for this years competition.