Structure Prize Winners
Best Use of Move: Koen Torremans of KU Lueven (Belgium).
Entry title: 3D characterisation of fluid inclusion planes by optical sectioning and image processing methods.
Post-Graduate 1st Place: Oliver Duffy, University of Manchester (England).
Entry Title: Mobile evaporite controls on the structural style and evolution of rift basins:Danish Central Graben,North Sea.
Post Graduate 2nd Place: Jose Aurelio Espana Pinto, IPN-ESIA (Instituto Politecnico Nacional) (Mexico).
Entry Title: Geological evolution in the northern Gulf of California, Mexico.
Under-Graduate 1st Place: Rueben Hansman of University of Canterbury (New Zealand).
Entry Title: Utilizing 3DMove by Midland Valley to Understand the Structural Development of the Avoca Basin, Canterbury, New Zealand.
Under-Graduate 2nd Place: Sean Rennie , University of Cape Town (South Africa).
Entry Title: The geometry and strain localisation of the Kuckaus Mylonite Zone; Namibia.
Best Use of Move: Mykhailo Nakapelukh, Ivan Franko University.
Entry Title: Balanced cross section of the Syba nappe of the Ukrainian Carpathians (case studies from Sukil river valley ).
Post-Graduate 1st Place: Javier Sanchez University of Texas at Austin (USA).
Entry Title: Integration of structural reconstructions and thermochronologic data of the eastern margin of the Middle Magdalena Valley basin, northern Andes, Colombia.
Post Graduate 2nd Place: Maria Jose Ramon, University of Zaragoza (Spain).
Entry Title: Flexural unfolding of horizons using paleomagnetic vectors.
Under-Graduate 1st Place: Ada Castellucio, University of Naples “Federico II” (Italy).
Entry Title: New constraints on the tectonic evolution of the Western Carpathians (Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine): cross-section balancing and sequential restoration integrated with low-T thermochronometry.
Under-Graduate 2nd Place: Verónica Iveth Ramírez Soria, Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN) (Mexico).
Entry Title: Balance of a structural section in compression system between the minas viejas, potrero chico and garcía mountains, state of n. l., mex.
Best Use of Move: José Mescua, University of Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Entry title: Structure of the inner Malargüe fold-and thrust belt at 35ºS an a balanced cross-section of the Andes at that latitude, Mendoza, Argentina.
Post-Graduate 1st Prize: Justin MacDonald, University of Waterloo (Canada).
Entry title: Bedrock Mapping of the Central Mackenzie Mountains Foreland Fold-thrust Belt: Investigating the Ten Stone Structural Complex, Plateau Fault and Depth-to-detachment from Regional Cross-section Construction.
Post-Graduate 2nd Prize: Koen Van Noten, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium).
Entry title: Stress-state evolution of the brittle upper crust during compressional tectonic inversion as defined by successive quartz vein-types (High-Ardenneslate belt, Germany).
Under-Graduate 1st Prize: Harry McClelland, University of Cambridge (UK).
Entry title: Convolute Lamination in the Aberystwyth Grits.
Under-Graduate 2nd Prize: Rowena Gunn, University of Glasgow (UK).
Entry title: The Structural Geology of Ullapool, Wester Ross, NW Highlands.
Post-Graduate 1st Prize: Richard Walker, Durham University (UK).
Entry title: Onshore evidence for progressive changes in rifting directions during continental break-up in the NE Atlantic and the role of NW-SE trending structures in the Faroe-Shetland Basin.
Post-Graduate 2nd Prize: Justin MacDonald, University of Adelaide, (Australia).
Entry title: Structural style of the White Pointer and Hammerhead Delta - Deepwater Fold Thrust Belts, Bight Basin, Australia: Implications for Hydrocarbon Migration and Accumulation.
Under-Graduate 1st Prize: Emily Holcroft of James Cook University (Australia).
Entry title: The History and Structure of the Snake Creek Area; Roxmere Station, Cloncurry, QLD, Australia.
Under-Graduate 2nd Prize: Gabriel Goyannes, University of Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Entry title: Glaciotectonism in the Upper Valley of Santa Cruz River.
Post-Graduate 1st Prize: Sebastian Turner, Imperial College (UK).
Entry title: Fundamental Controls on Lateral Structural Variability in the Keping Shan Thrust Belt, SW Tien Shan Foreland, China.
Post-Graduate 2nd Prize: Saeed Madanipour, University of Tarbiat Modares (Iran).
Entry title: Structural Geometry of Taleqan Mountains; an evidence for structural evolution of South Central Alborz Range from Inversion to transpression Tectonics.
Under-Graduate 1st Prize: Johan Claringbould, Colorado School of Mines (USA).
Entry title: Subsurface Normal Fault Linkage related to Salt Tectonics, northern Gulf of Mexico.
Under-Graduate 2nd Prize: Daramola Adebola Olasupo, Federal University of Technology (Nigeria).
Entry title: 3D Structural Interpretation over 'Dara Field', Onshore Niger Delta.
Post-Graduate 1st Prize: Steven Smith, University of Durham (UK).
Entry title: Signatures of the seismic cycle along ancient faults: CO2-induced fluidization of brittle cataclasites in the footwall of a sealing low-angle normal fault.
Post-Graduate 2nd Prize: Herman Boro, Vrije University (The Netherlands).
Entry title: Fracture Analysis and Mechanical Stratigraphy of Devonian Rich Fm, Anti Atlas - Morocco.
Under-Graduate 1st Prize: Oliver Duffy, University of Manchester (UK).
Entry title: The Carboneras Fault, S.E. Spain
Under-Graduate 2nd Prize: Amy Brennan, Kelle University (UK).
Entry title: Structural and Geomorphological Mapping in Egypt: A GIS Approach.