Brian Large Bursaries
Brian Large Bursaries of £8,000 have been awarded to four students in 2020:
Cole Cornford Cardiff University
Davide Bertagia Cardiff University
Aleena Khan Cardiff University
Katherine Lewin UCL
The full list of all previous bursary awards is available from the link below.
The list of Voorhees-Large Prize winners and links to the pages where more detail is provided is as follows:
2010 - Martin Gilmour, University of Westminster, 'Passenger Transport Surveys and Scale Effects’.
2011 - David Bellinger, University of Westminster, ‘Bunching Behaviour in London buses’.
2012 - Susanna Bass, Imperial College London and UCL, ‘Development and Evaluation of Synthetic Populations for London’.
2013 - Kerri Rogan, Imperial College and UCL, ‘A mixed method study of gender differences in pedal cyclists’ risk in London'.
2014 - Tom Horrell, Imperial College and UCL, ‘What are the effects of a ‘shared space’ scheme on different users?‘
2015 - Imogen Thompson, UCL, ‘Identifying the Impact of Transport Connectivity on Housing Prices in London: A Hedonic Analysis of Two Transport Links'.
2016 - Colin Harwood, University of Westminster, 'An Investigation into the Accuracy of Trip Generation Forecasts for New Developments in England'.
2017 - Samira Marx Pinheiro, University of Leeds, ‘Estimating fare elasticities in rail demand in Great Britain using Bayesian inference’.
2018 - Lucy Martin, Southampton University, ‘Geo-Demographic Profiling of Road Casualty Risk across Devon’.
2019 - Alice Saunders, UCL, 'Living at home and going nowhere? How living with parents affects the travel behaviour of millennial Londoners’.
2020 - Miaw Ling Chor, University of Leeds, 'Residential Price Impacts due to London Overground & Potential Inference for Metroisation’.