Winners

Winners

In Session 2014/15 the Prize was awarded to Jovan Veljanowski, University of Edinburgh for his paper entitled "The Outer Halo Globular Cluster System of M31 - II. Kinematics"

In Session 2013/14 the Prize was awarded to David Graham, University of Glasgow for his paper entitled "The Emission Measure Distribution of Impulsive Phase Flare Footpoints"

In Session 2012/13 the Prize was awarded to Pasquale Galianni, University of St Andrews for his paper entitled "Testing quasilinear modified Newtonian dynamics in the Solar System"

In Session 2011/12 the Prize was awarded to David Brown, University of St Andrews for his paper entitled "Are falling planets spinning up their host stars"

In Session 2010/11 the Prize was awarded to both Dr Nicholas Rowell, Space Technology Centre, University of Dundee for his paper entitled "White Dwarfs in the SuperCOSMOS Sky Survey: the thin disc, thick disc and spheroid luminosity functions", and David Sobral, Institute for Astronomy, University of Edinburgh, for his paper entitled "The dependence of star formation activity on environment and stellar mass at z~1 from HiZELS H-alpha survey"

In Session 2009/10, the Prizewinner was Michael Campbell, from the Institute for Astronomy, University of Edinburgh, for his paper entitled VLT-MAD Observations of the core of 30 Doradus.

 

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