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Global Winners 2020

After a rigorous and lengthy judging process led by over 400 expert academics worldwide, we are proud to announce those who have made it to the top in their chosen category! Out of over 4,100 submissions, the 25 students listed below have been selected as the highest performing entrants in their category for the 2020 programme. This is an outstanding achievement for some of the world's brightest students, who are leading the way in top-class undergraduate research all across the world.

Architecture & Design

Aishwarya Sriram | American University of Sharjah

Art History & Theory

Zoe Voice | University of St Andrews


Shawn Liu | Western University

Chemical & Pharmaceutical Sciences

Jingfei Ren | Nanyang Technological University

Classical Studies & Archaeology

Edward Foster | National University of Ireland, Galway

Computer Science

Kayo Yin | École Polytechnique

Earth & Environmental Sciences

Alice Walker | Swansea University


Ishita Kumar | King's University College at Western University


Pearlwe Chau | National Institute of Education, Singapore


Febby Krisnadi | North Carolina State University


Keith Ó Riain | Mary Immaculate College


Genevieve Ding | Yale-NUS College

Life Sciences

Migara Jayasinghe | National University of Singapore


Chau Yi Cheung | Hong Kong Polytechnic University


Liam Whelan | Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin

Mathematics & Physics

Xi Jie Yeo | National University of Singapore

Medical Sciences

Hailey Dall-Proud | Western University

Music, Film & Theatre

Adam Weitzer | Monash University

Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Healthcare

Emily Dingley | University of Leeds


Harriet Yates | University of Sheffield

Politics & International Relations

Jasper Friedrich | University of Aberdeen


Catherine Li | Western University

Social Sciences: Anthropology & Cultural Studies

Nathaniel Dylan Lim | Nanyang Technological University

Social Sciences: Sociology & Social Policy

Maya Bian | University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Visual Arts

Benjamin Crocker | University of Newcastle, Australia