ARCHER Image & Video Competition 2019: results!

Author: Clair Barrass
Posted: 13 Nov 2019 | 10:56

Thank you to everyone who submitted images and videos to this year's competition. The outstanding range of entries made judging a most enjoyable experience with so many great demonstrations of the important work being done using ARCHER.

We are delighted to announce the winners:

  • Winning Early Career Researcher entry: Dr Georgios Deskos, Imperial College London with their image "Turbulence-resolving simulations of a utility-scale offshore wind farm, highlighting the flow structures and turbulence of turbine wakes".
  • Winning Image: Dr David Abbasi Perez, Department of Physics, King's College London with their image "Chiral molecules on a surface can be separated under the presence of an  external  oscillating field".
  • Winning Video and Overall Winner: Benjamin Fernando, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford with their video "Seismic Waves in the Ocean"

Congratulations to all our winners!



A gallery of all the submitted images and videos is available to view at

Thanks to the entrants, judges and all involved in making the competition such a great success. We hope you will take a few moments to enjoy looking at the gallery.


Clair Barrass, ARCHER Training & User Support and Liaison, EPCC

Top image shows "Chiral molecules on a surface can be separated under the presence of an external oscillating field" by Dr David Abbasi Perez, King's College London, Department of Physics

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