The IRIS Awards recognise our bright young researchers, the teachers who support them and our partners who make our projects a reality.
BEST RESEARCH PROJECT
The development of reusable ionic liquids to establish greener and more sustainable methods for the catalytic synthesis of esters.
Using the XGBoost AI algorithm to help particle physicists streamline the process of identifying rare particle decay, such as the Higgs boson.
BEST RESEARCH TEAM
A sophisticated comparison of different governments’ responses to the Covid pandemic and the impact various restrictions had on the number of deaths.
Karen’s commitment to running projects with IRIS for the last five years has enabled her students to help solve problems specific to Guernsey.
Jayne’s infectious passion for research has motivated students to undertake creative, innovative projects on topics which interest them most.
Brooke has fostered a community where collaborative and curious young researchers can develop their skills and pursue their own research.
Marieke has run ecologically-minded projects which benefit the local area and encouraged students to see themselves as researchers who can make a difference.
The ATLAS team have gone above and beyond with support, workshops and events to inspire young researchers to imagine a future in particle physics.
The Cosmic Mining team have supported aspiring astronomers in classifying stars using spectra from the Spitzer Space Telescope.