PhD student Jordan Robinson wins prize for research

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The School of Electrical Engineering and Electronics is very happy to announce that PhD student Jordan Robinson won a prize for his research at a conference in December 2021.

Jordan presented a paper at the Doctoral Consortium for the 34th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (JURIX 2021), which was hosted by Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania.

The prize awarded was the Best Doctoral Consortium Paper for his contribution titled “Distributed Hypothesis Generation and Evaluation”. The Doctoral Consortium chair, Professor Monica Palmirani, announced the award at the closing ceremony of the conference.

Jordan is part of the Distributed Algorithms CDT and his UoL supervisors are Professor Katie Atkinson and Professor Simon Maskell, with external supervisors Todd Robinson from Dstl and Professor Chris Reed from the University of Dundee.

Congratulations to Jordan on this well-earned success.