Maths and Physics students represent in the British Conference of Undergraduate Research 2019

Undergraduates Stefan Loncar (BSc Mathematics) and Charu Vijayvargiya (BSc Physics) present their work at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) in South Wales.

Two of our undergraduates - Stefan Loncar (Mathematics) and Charu Vijayvargiya (Physics) recently presented their work at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) in South Wales. They had the following to report:

BCUR is a conference where students have a chance to present their projects to other students and visitors of BCUR. BCUR 2019 was held in University of South Wales on 15th and 16th April 2019. BCUR is a great event, because it allows students to present their research in front of their colleagues from other Universities and visitors of the conference. It is also a great opportunity to familiarise yourself with other projects from other courses and to meet different people from different backgrounds. BCUR takes you outside of your comfort zone, because it challenges you to present your project and to answer any questions asked. As a student who presented on BCUR, I can only recommend this conference to other students, because it is a great opportunity, which should not be missed. ~ Stefan Loncar

BCUR was terrific, we got to network and meet a lot of students from all over the world, as there were students who came to present from America, Canada, Hong Kong, Australia, etc. People were also impressed at the number of students who came from NTU. There were about 7/8 of us! It was a great experience representing NTU, and meeting other students and hearing about all the interesting research that  everyone is doing around the world. We also got to learn about certain opportunities on how undergraduates can get published, which was particularly interesting. ~ Charu Vijayvargiya

Charu Vijayvargiya presenting her research at BCUR 2019
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Charu Vijayvargiya

Maths and Physics students represent in the British Conference of Undergraduate Research 2019

Published on 15 April 2010
  • Subject area: Sciences including sport sciences
  • Category: Current students; School of Science and Technology

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