2021 – Link Research Symposium at EWB Challenge Series Showcase
Community Engagement Award: Sierra Ward and Helena Jagjit Singh Kaur, RMIT University, Investigating Alternatives to Plastic-Based Disposable Nappies in Vanuatu.
Jess Coldrey, Monash University, How do Humanitarian Engineering Skills Apply to the Australian Infrastructure Sector?
Suhail AbuOsa, The University of Tasmania, The Role of Engineers in Addressing SDG13: Climate Action
Human Centred Design Award: Adele van der Winden, Ally Moodie and Madura Senadeena, QUT, Wearable Technology to Improve Safety of Humanitarian Workers
2020 – Link Research Symposium at EWB Challenge Series Showcase
Community Engagement Award: Jasmine Walker, Monash University, Off-grid washdown stations in Cape York – A comparative analysis
Influencer Award: Hannah Elvery, QUT, Landslide management in developing contexts
People’s Choice Award:
Jo Katz, ANU, Methods of pre-processing poultry manure for use as a feedstock in ATEC* biodigesters
Siran Uhrig, RMIT, Investigation into washing and drying solutions for menstrual hygiene materials in Holarua, Timor-Leste
Read more about the 2020 Showcase, hosted online. The award categories are outlined here.
2019 – Link Research Symposium
Influencer Award: Ishka Bless, UNSW, A Value-Based Decision-Making Tool:Improving the adoption of household-level biodigesters in rural and remote communities
Impact Award: Liam Highmore, ANU, Design and Testing of 3d Printing for People with Disabilities in Cambodia
Research Communicator Award: Carine Lim, Phil Breguet, Kira Martin, Gabriel Trudinger, University of Melbourne, Is 100% water access in rural Cambodia possible?
Read more about the 2019 Symposium hosted at RMIT