PhD student Michael Denes has won the 2022 TM Cherry Prize.
Michael was awarded for best student presentation last Friday at the 58th Australia and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZIAM) Conference. He was a co-winner of the prize with Adriana Zanca (UMelb).
Michael's talk, "Persistence and material coherence of an Agulhas ring", was based on his recent paper co-authored with supervisors Dr Shane Keating and Professor Gary Froyland.
During his PhD, Michael has been recognised several times for outstanding presentations, including an Honourable Mention for last year's TM Cherry Prize, and winning Best Student Talk for Applied Mathematics three years in a row at our School's annual Postgraduate Conference.
A very big congratulations to Michael!