Royal Astronomical Society Prize Won

Congratulations to Kélig Aujogue !

Patricia Tomkins Prize

The prize for the best thesis in instrumentation science for astronomy and geophysics is awarded to Dr Kélig Aujogue, for the thesis entitled ‘Little Earth Experiment: A Journey toward the Earth’s Tangent Cylinder’.

Kélig completed his PhD at Coventry University, and carried on the experimental campaign at the Laboratoire National des Champs Magnétiques Intenses (LNCMI) in Grenoble, France, where he was using a 10 Tesla magnet. His aim is to keep investigating experimentally the dynamo process in the Earth’s core by introducing non-conventional techniques for flow analysis to geophysics.

Aujogue K - Patricia Tomkins

Dr Kélig Aujogue, winner of the 2016 Patricia Tomkins Prize

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