Grant winners

July 22, 2010

ENGINEERING AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES RESEARCH COUNCIL

Award winner: A. Sella

Institution: University College London

Value: £114,442

The E-word and other chemical stories

Award winner: D. Makris

Institution: Kingston University

Value: £26,635

BMVA/EPSRC summer school in computer vision and digital image computing 2010

Award winner: S.J. Haake

Institution: Sheffield Hallam University

Value: £168,022

The Olympic decade: the engineering and physics of sport

Award winner: M. Thanou

Institution: King's College London

Value: £79,804

Enzyme-triggerable stealth release (ETSR) of targeted nanoparticles for cancer gene therapy

Award winner: D. Bates

Institution: University of Exeter

Value: £99,949

Preventing ventilator-associated lung injury using feedback control engineering

Award winner: M.R. Castell

Institution: University of Oxford

Value: £217,446

Ultra-sensitive molecular detection

Award winner: T. Fujiyama

Institution: University College London

Value: £344,240

Dynamic responsive signal control for railway junctions

Award winner: T. Mei

Institution: University of Salford

Value: £345,887

Challenging rules for train control through a fault-tolerance approach

IN DETAIL

Award winner: Dawn Leslie

Institution: Brunel University

Value: £125,000

Quantum Dots

This EPSRC first grant will fund Dr Leslie's exploration of the potential of quantum dots, minute semiconductors used in the electronics industry, in radiation measurement technology. If successful, quantum dots could be applied in the security and healthcare sectors, supporting processes such as determining the radiation doses received by patients and verifying medical equipment sterilisation.

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