She applied her love of maths and physics to designing schools, hospitals, workplaces and cultural venues. She encourages diversity in engineering through work with the RAEng.
A renowned leader in the field, her commitment to sustainability inspired a career combining roles in consultancy, management and academia.
A design manager of multidisciplinary infrastructure projects, her early yet chance encouters with engineering led her to become a STEM advocate.
Accomplished researcher in formal methods for stochastic modelling, with applications ranging from biochemical processes to bike sharing systems.
An outspoken advocate for advancement of women in engineering and in research, she chaired the Gender Equality Task Force at the NUI Galway.
Outside of teaching and research, she seeks to make a difference to the proportion of women who enter into the scientific profession and their career progression.
Helen gained reputation for her research in physical chemistry, carrying out experiments that are highly original and difficult to perform.
Through her environmental engineering expertise, she helps to preserve iconic UK heritage sites and to bring them into the 21st century.
She's built a highly successful career managing energy solutions at major retail brands. She's keen and skilled in promoting engineering.
She is building a Mars Rover to be launched in 2020. She's a STEM ambassador to address the lack of understanding about engineering careers.