Capula prize awarded to Staffordshire University graduate

A Staffordshire University student is celebrating after being awarded the Capula prize for 2015. Masis Torosyan graduated with a first-class BEng Hons in Computer Science, and was presented with the award for the best final year student project (an autonomous maze navigation and landmine detection robot project) in the School of Computing at the University’s Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science's annual prize giving ceremony.

Capula has sponsored the award for a number of years and maintains excellent links with the University, employing a number of graduates each year through our successful recruitment programme.

Pictured (L to R): David Hodgkiss (Senior Lecturer, School of Computing), Professor Hastings McKenzie (Dean of Faculty) and Masis Torosyan.

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