The Dennis Hill Award is presented to MEng or MSc students in Biomedical Engineering and related subjects.
The Dennis Hill Award 2013 was awarded to Johanna Best.
The Dennis Hill Award recognises outstanding work in the field of Biomedical Engineering.
This award is presented in memory of Professor Dennis Hill, a pioneering researcher and practitioner in many areas of endeavour, particularly in relation to anaesthesia and intensive care.
The prize is awarded annually to the student on an MEng or MSc programme who has, during the past year, submitted the best final year project dissertation in the general field of Biomedical Engineering and cognate subjects (including Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Physics, Healthcare Technologies and Health Informatics).
The purpose of the prize is to encourage and reward excellence in the field of study.
The Dennis Hill Award is open to all MEng or MSc students in the field of Biomedical Engineering and cognate subjects.
Any contribution by others to the work submitted must be made clear in the application.
The winning entrant will receive a prize of £300, one year’s membership of the IET and a certificate of recognition.
The winner of the award will be invited to the attend the IET’s Annual Healthcare Technologies Awards night to present their work to colleagues and peers.
The award will next be run early in 2015, details to follow soon.
This award is organised by the IET’s Healthcare Technologies Network.