We are pleased to announce that the winner of the Equipment Awards 2016 – Phase 1 is Nicholas Jordan from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Nicholas’ project on the Impacts of Shoreline Protection Structures on Sediment Transport in the Great Lakes ticked all of the boxes, showing great innovation and practicality of the experiment.
Nicholas will be using the AQUAscat 1000LT for his research project throughout the months of August and September 2016. Watch this space as we will be sharing more updates on his research.
We would like to thank all of the participants who applied for the prize, and wish them the best of luck with their research!
Did you miss phase 1 of the Equipment Awards? Will you be conducting research for your Master’s or PhD project throughout the months of October to December? Apply for phase 2 of the Equipment Awards by the 30th of October for your chance to win free use of Aquatec’s instruments for 4 to 8 weeks. Click here for more information.