Bristol Physics student triumphs at the Undergraduate Awards
25 September 2014
Flurin Eisner, a student in the School of Physics, has won in the Mathematics and Physics category of the international Undergraduate Awards.
His winning paper, entitled ‘Electron Deep Trap States in Oriented TiO2 Nanotubes Arrays’, will be published in the Undergraduate Awards 2014 academic journal.
Another nine Bristol students achieved a ‘Highly Commended’ across six of the award categories.
The Undergraduate Awards is the world’s only pan-discipline academic awards programme that identifies leading creative thinkers through their undergraduate coursework.
Winners are selected from nearly 5,000 submissions from over 200 universities worldwide. Over 270 academics from around the world take part in the judging process.