2022 winner and finalists
The University of Birmingham and Rolls-Royce were presented with the 2022 Bhattacharyya Award for their work on advanced metallic alloys.
Videos from the winner and each of the five other finalists are available to view below.
2021 winner and finalists
In 2021, the judging panel for the inaugural Bhattacharyya award were proud to announce the University of Surrey and the 5G Innovation Centre as the winning collaboration.
The judges agreed that this long-standing partnership exemplifies how universities and industry can work together to bring about a multitude of benefits both for the organisations involved and for the wider community. The panel were particularly impressed with how the centre brings together leading academics and key industry partners in a shared vision to help define and develop the 5G infrastructure that will underpin the way we communicate work and live our everyday lives. Using the university as a testbed facility to drive developments in hardware and in software, this collaboration is having a transformational effect establishing the UK as a world leader in the development of 5G technologies. Their output is impacting UK 5G policy and placing the UK in a competitive position for the 5G market.
Videos from each of the 2021 shortlisted finalists are available to view below.