Prizes - RDPM 2017

4th - 5th April 2019                     


16th Conference 

Thanks to the conference sponsors, Euriscus Ltd, we were able to offer the following prizes at RDPM2017:


- A £100 prize for the best student-led research paper

- A £100 prize for the best student presentation at the conference


Resulting in the following:

Best Student-Led Research Paper:

3rd Place - Jay Rossiter, Loughborough University with Compressive Properties of Additively Manufactured Materials Compared to Foams Traditionally Used for Blunt Force Trauma Protection


2nd Place - Evaldas Balciunas, Vilnius University Lithuania with Production of Organometallic Polymer-Based Biomaterials by Laser Two-Photon Polymerisation


1st Place - Giselle Loh, Brunel University with Building a Conceptual Understanding of Functionally Graded Additive Manufacturing (FGAM) and its Limitations

Best Student Presentation:

3rd Place - Evaldas Balciunas, Vilnius University Lithuania for his presentation entitled Production of Organometallic Polymer-Based Biomaterials by Laser Two-Photon Polymerisation


2nd Place - Jay Rossiter, Loughborough University for his presentation entitled Compressive Properties of Additively Manufactured Materials Compared to Foams Traditionally Used for Blunt Force Trauma Protection


1st Place - James Gardner, Loughborough University for his presentation entitled A Performance Assessment of a Developed Mesh-Generating Algorithm: A Computer-Aided Design Modelling Process to Support Progression within Additive Manufacturing

A special thanks to Euriscus Ltd for sponsoring both these prizes.



Prizes will also be awarded for the Best Student-Led Research Paper and Best Student Presentation at the RDPM2019 Conference.