UCT postgraduates scooped three out of four applied physics prizes at the 54th Annual Conference of the South African Institute of Physics (SAIP), held in Durban on 10 July.
The trio won for their work on an Innovation Fund project to develop novel printed silicon electronics.
The students received their awards from outgoing SAIP president Nithaya Chetty.
Wole Solana won R750 for the best oral presentation by an MSc student, while Batsirai Magunje and Stanley Walton each received R1 000, for the best poster presentation and best oral presentation by a PhD student, respectively.
Photographed here are (from left) Prof Magit Harting, Batsirai Magunje, Wole Solana and Professor David Britton of the Department of Physics. (Absent: Stanley Walton.)
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