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PhD Student wins double award from STELLAR Network of Excellence

Posted on 25/06/2010
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Royal Holloway PhD student Andriani Piki

Andriani Piki, a PhD Management student at Royal Holloway, University of London and a researcher at iCOM Centre for Research in Information Computing and Communication, was awarded a scholarship by the STELLAR Doctoral Academy Board for participating in the Joint Technology-Enhanced Learning (JTEL) Summer School 2010.

STELLAR Network of Excellence represents the multi-disciplinary effort of the leading institutions and projects in European Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) research.

During her participation at the JTEL Summer School 2010, Andriani won the ‘STELLAR Best PhD Presentation Award’ and a prize to attend the ED-MEDIA 2010 Conference taking place in Toronto, Canada. Her award is also supported by iCOM Research Centre. iCOM is a multi-disciplinary research centre which brings together researchers from Cognitive and Computer Sciences, Management and Social Sciences who share interests and expertise in all areas relevant to information, computing and communication.

Delighted with her award and the €1,000 prize for attending the ED-MEDIA conference, Andriani said: “I was very excited to win the STELLAR Best Presentation Award and I am deeply thankful to my supervisors Professor Duska Rosenberg and Dr. Edward Bernroider as well as Dr José-Rodrigo Córdoba-Pachon for their support and invaluable feedback on my PhD progress. Their encouragement and advice has given me the confidence to develop as a researcher in this interdisciplinary field.”

For more information visit: http://www.icom.rhul.ac.uk


 
 
 

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