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SETTING THE STANDARD

ICE News

Cambridge University student Peter Winslow (seen here with ICE vice president Jean Venables) was this week named civil engineering student of the year at the Science, Engineering & Technology (SET) Awards 2005. His research project into the 'Aeroelasticity of flexible structures' was chosen by a panel of ICE judges for its in-depth analysis of the effect of high winds on large suspension bridges. Winslow is about to start a PhD in structural engineering at Cambridge University which will involve research into advanced structures made from lightweight materials.

Other shortlisted students included Brian Boye from Cardiff University and Tom Newton from Southampton University.

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