School of Informatics

Informatics Students win Poster Competition at The BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium 2013

Two University of Edinburgh School of Informatics students have won prizes at the 2013 British Computing Society Women Lovelace Colloquium.

The best final year student poster award of £300 was sponsored by EMC, and went to Sia Xin Yun Suzanna of University of Edinburgh.

Alexandra Kearney, a first year Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science student, received the ‘People’s Choice’ award for best poster as voted for by the attendees (£150, sponsored by Interface3).

The BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium is a national one-day conference for women undergraduates in computing and related subjects. The Lovelace Colloquium is in its 6th year and was held at the University of Nottingham, on the 4th April 2013. The day featured talks from industry and from academia, a panel session on careers, a poster session of student work and a social event.