For International Women in Engineering Day 2019, Anna Garcia-Teruel shares a snapshot of her work on renewable technologies as a PhD student in the School's Institute for Energy Systems (IES), and her advice for the next generation of women interested in studying engineering.
Fourth year Electronics and Electrical Engineering student Qirui Hua has won the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Prize for outstanding degree performance. The IET Prize is awarded annually to outstanding students who are completing a course of study which has been accredited by the IET. Prize winners are nominated by their University based on the distinction they have achieved in a course leading to the award of a single honours undergraduate degree.
Dr Zeynep Karatza is a Research Associate in the School’s Institute for Infrastructure and Environment, where she studies the geotechnical behaviour of hydrophobic sands. Here, Zeynep shares her engineering inspiration, insights into her career journey, and advice for aspiring female engineers, to mark International Women in Engineering Day 2019.
Bioengineering enthusiast Nadira grew up in Malaysia, where she studied her undergraduate and Masters degrees in electronics before working for six years in industry with semiconductor companies Texas Instruments and Infineon Technologies. Nadira took part in the following interview to mark International Women in Engineering Day 2019.
Whitney Jimngang and Katherine Larabi, both first year chemical engineering students in the School, are part of a student team that were recently shortlisted for the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Global Grand Challenges Summit Competition 2019 (GGCS 2019).