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The Undergraduate Awards 2017: Highly Commended Submission

Brendan Webster's submission "A review of the Blandford-Payne and Blandford-Znajek theories for producing relativistic jets as applied to an accreting stellar-mass black hole" has been Highly Commended in the Mathematics & Physics category of The Undergraduate Awards Programme 2017.  Brendan is a SPS first year Postgraduate student.

The Undergraduate Awards assembled a panel of experts from around the world to assess the entries submitted to Mathematics & Physics, and they have been diligently working to narrow them down to the very best of those submitted. Brendan's submission was ranked in the top 10% of all submissions to Mathematics & Physics.

This year, 6,432 submissions were received from students in 299 Institutions across 47 countries. As a Highly Commended Entrant of The Undergraduate Awards, Brendan's work has now been identified as among the best undergraduate coursework globally.

You can view the full list of Highly Commended Entrants here.

September 2017