CRC for Polymers Prize
The CRC for Polymers fosters long term strategic links between researchers, industry and government, turning Australia’s scientific innovations into commercial successes. Consisting of 24 partners, drawn from Government research laboratories, universities, industrial manufacturers and end users, our network unites Australia’s leading polymer researchers to create real world solutions.
The Centre sponsors up to two prizes for a report based on project work in any field of polymer science or engineering. The prize includes a cash component of $1,500 and financial support to enable attendance at the annual a major national conference. The competition is open to all students who have completed a research project as part of the requirement for a Bachelors or Honours degree in a relevant area of engineering, materials science or chemistry during 2015.
The report may be the student’s final year project report or honours thesis. It is expected that the project report will be a concise, high-quality document of original, well presented science and technology. The research reported must have been conducted and written up by the applicant. A statement to this effect, signed by the student’s supervisor, should accompany the application.
The report will be reviewed for scientific merit, creativity, originality and presentation by a panel appointed by a nominee of the RACI Polymer Division Standing Committee. Competition entries (four copies of your thesis and four copies of the application form) should be submitted to the address below.
The 2015 CRC for Polymers prize round will be announced in November 2015.
Further information: The Cooperative Research Centre for Polymers, 8 Redwood Drive, Notting Hill, Victoria 3168. Phone: 03 9518 0400, Email: email@example.com
The CRC for Polymers reserves the right to withhold the prize if no applications of sufficient merit are received.
Past Award Recipients
|2014||Joint 1st prize winners: Mr Fanyi Li, Monash University and Mr Lewis Chambers, the University of Queensland
Highly Commended Prize: Ms Danielle Taylor, University of Western Sydney.
|2013||1st Prize: Adam Sutton, The University of Western Sydney
Highly Commended Prizes: Anna Gemmell, The University of Queensland, and
Edward Stephens, the University of New South Wales
|2012||Shu Lam, The University of Melbourne
Yaqi Tang, Monash University
|2011||Steven Harris Wibowo, The University of Melbourne
Amanda Pearce, The University of Queensland
|2010||Robert Brooke, Flinders University
Samantha Passmore, University of Queensland
|2009||Jessica Tom, University of Sydney
Adrian Widjaya, University of Melbourne
|2008||Johannes Arend van Hensbergen, University of New South Wales
Jing Ming Ren, University of Melbourne
|2007||Andrew J Inglis, University of New South Wales
Kelly Tsang, Monash University
|2006||Shannon Little, University of Wollongong|
|2005||Jennifer Hodgson, Australian National University|
|2004||Kylie Varcoe, University of Queensland|
|2003||Hugh Chaffey-Millar, University of New South Wales|
|2002||Karina George, QUT|
|2001||Simon Angus, University of New South Wales|
|2000||Jeffrey Castro, University of Sydney|
|1999||Elissa Dymke, University of Wollongong|
|1998||Ben Muir, Monash University|
|1997||J McNicol, Australian National University|
|1996||M Griffiths, University of Sydney|
|1995||A Mayr, Monash University|