Engineering students from the Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen have scooped up a top prize in an annual energy competition.
Andreia Prospero Meneses and Erick Antonio Jimenez Sandrea won the Energy Institute competition, which honours the best energy papers from MSc students at both RGU and Aberdeen University.
Ms Meneses, a Msc petroleum production engineering student, won first place for her thesis on lifetime integrity assessment of corroded pipelines.
She said: “Winning this competition is a recognition of all the hard work and commitment I have put in this past year. This prize gives me the confidence and motivation to keep on giving my best.”
Classmate Mr Sandrea received the second prize for his thesis on production optimisation.