Mechanical Engineering student Maisie Edwards-Mowforth, who has just finished her third year, took part in the following interview to mark International Women in Engineering Day 2019. Maisie is Head of Static for HYPED, the University's Hyperloop Society and a recent recipient of a Royal Academy of Engineering Leadership Scholarship.
Third year MEng Civil Engineering student Bethan Wilkinson recently took part in this interview to mark International Women in Engineering Day 2019. Beth recently won a Royal Academy of Engineering Leadership Scholarship, in recognition of her potential to become a leader and role model in the field of engineering.
The School’s Dr Antonis Giannopoulos is part of an international team of scientists that have secured support from the International Space Science Institute (ISSI) to advance the search for water on Mars.
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.