Striking research images sought for UCL competition

29 October 2013

Does your research produce images that have aesthetic and artistic appeal? If so, consider entering the annual ‘Research Images as Art / Art Images as Research’ competition and exhibition.

Twitter languages of London

The annual event, run by the Graduate School, is open to all UCL graduate students and academic staff – either arts or science based. The closing date for all competition entries is Monday 18 November 2013.

The competition gives graduate students and staff from all faculties the chance to show off their aesthetically-appealing research images. Previous winners have come from across UCL.

Images will be displayed in the South Cloisters from 6 – 13 December 2013 and will also appear on the Graduate School and main UCL web sites. A prize-giving reception will take place on Thursday 12 December.

Prizes

  • First Prize – £250 
  • Six Runners-up Prizes – £150 each 
  • The People’s Choice Prize – £50 Waterstone’s Token

Professor David Bogle, Head of the Graduate School, said: "Feedback on previous exhibitions has been excellent and I hope we will receive some equally beautiful and interesting images this year.

The competition really serves to highlight the amazing quality and diversity of research being undertaken across the UCL community

Professor David Bogle

"The competition really serves to highlight the amazing quality and diversity of research being undertaken across the UCL community. We look forward to receiving your entries."

All details and registration are on the Graduate School website, linked to below.

View an image gallery of all last year's winners:


Image: Last year’s winning image Twitter Languages of London by Dr James Cheshire and Mr Ed Manley (CASA and UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering)


Links:

Competition information on Graduate School website