University of Glasgow Academic awarded Royal Society Fellowship
Published: 2 October 2013
Dr Iain Hannah, from the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Glasgow has been appointed as one of 41 new University Research Fellows (URFs) for 2013.
Dr Iain Hannah, from the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Glasgow has been appointed as one of 41 new Royal Society University Research Fellows (URFs) for 2013. The scientists take up their new posts at institutions across the UK at the start of October.
The University Research Fellowship scheme aims to provide outstanding scientists, who have the potential to become leaders in their chosen fields, with the opportunity to build an independent research career. The scheme is extremely competitive and URFs are expected to be strong candidates for permanent posts in universities at the end of their fellowships.
The newly appointed URFs are working on a wide variety of projects including exploring the missing link in galaxy formation, deep brain tissue imaging using nanodiamond, and the biomechanics of insect flight. Dr Hannah’s specialism is in Electron acceleration on the flaring Sun: simulations and hard X-ray statistics.
A full list of all the new Royal Society fellows is available at http://royalsociety.org
First published: 2 October 2013