School of Informatics

Informatics Student Wins Award

Informatics student Razvan Ranca wins the international winner of the 2013 Undergraduate Awards, an international competition run from Ireland.

Razvan, who graduated from the School of Informatics this summer, won the competition for her paper on 'Reconstructing Shredded Documents' which was supervised by Dr Iain Murray.

The Undergraduate Awards is a prestigious and international academic awards programme, which is wholly pan-discipline. It aims to celebrate and support the world’s brightest and most innovative undergraduate students by recognising their best coursework and projects

Razvan is now doing an MPhil. in "Advanced Computer Science" at Cambridge and plans to do a PhD in statistical machine learning afterwards.

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