Recipients of the HMS Council Prize for the Best Student Presentation at the annual Research in Progress meeting
2009 - Jui-lien Fang: `Colour Change in Copper Alloys through Alloying´. Bradford
2010 - Loïc Boscher: `Speiss and arsenical copper production in Early Bronze Age Iran´. UCL
2011 - Sian James: `Faunal Remains from the Great Orme Copper Mines´. Sheffield
2012 - Yvette Marks: 'Any way the wind blows: a re-assessment of the working parameters of the Bronze Age Aegean perforated furnace'. Newcastle
2013 - Giovanna Fregni: 'Minimum tools required: a system for organising Bronze Age metal-smithing tools'. Exeter
2014 - Ragnar Saage: 'The evolution of smithies from 11th to 19th c. in Estonia'. Oxford
The prize is offered for the best presentation by a student (or recent graduate within 12 months of graduation) at the annual Research in Progress meeting as chosen by those members of HMS Council present at the meeting.