Dr Critchley graduated from Coventry University in 2002 with a PhD in Process Analysis Software for the draw bending of small diameter thin walled tubes. Prior to this she gained an MSc in Computer Aided Engineering (1992) and an Honours Degree in Engineering (1991), from Coventry University.
Carmen Zaragoza is an industrial engineer specialised in energy with a masters in renewable energy technologies. Passionate about the energy sector and its constant evolution, she works as a gas turbine global solutions engineer in an international company. She was initially drawn into Engineering by her curiosity and desire to learn how things work. Carmen
Dr Sarah Chen is a Civil Engineer and a 2018 winner of the Top 50 Women in Engineering Awards (WE50) – Transferrers and Returners. Sarah transferred into engineering after a career in medicine and now enjoys a career working for EDF Energy.
Graduating from Bristol University with a Mechanical Engineering Degree, Sarah has over 25 years of experience within the automotive industry and has held many different roles in Quality, Product Development and Manufacturing. Sarah is currently Chief Engineer, Features and Software Integration for Commercial Vehicles, based at Dunton Campus. In addition to her Chief Engineer role,
I am an engineering lecturer with Open University and University of Northampton. Prior to that I was Professor of Physics at University of the West of Scotland (2000-2018) including a 2 year break for maternity leave and returning part-time. I have an academic research and teaching background in micro and nano technology, thin film devices,
I’m very passionate about the automotive industry and how vehicle systems are developing. My experience in this industry dates back to 2014 where I had my first experience at MIRA Technology Park as a Research Engineer Intern. Fast forward to today, and I have carried out a variety of projects that have all revolved around
Ursula is a senior engineering leader with circa 20 years’ experience in the FMCG sector, having applied her skills at Unilever, Kimberly – Clark and Procter & Gamble. Her experience includes leadership for Regional multi-million pound initiatives, driving technological innovation/application as well as strategic plans in both E-IMEA and North America. She serves on the
Natalie Cheung is a TED-Ed public speaker, an award-winning volunteer and civil engineer. After graduating from University of Manchester, Natalie worked as a transportation engineer for a global built environment consultancy. She is passionate about raising young people’s career aspirations and now works to support industry volunteers to inspire the next generation. For her volunteer
Caitlin is a Materials and Manufacturing Engineer at Swansea University where she is working towards her Engineering Doctorate in printed electronics for flexible packaging. She is a Chartered Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and is a Member of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. She graduated in 2016 with a First-Class Honours
Jennifer graduated from Loughborough University in 2018 with a Masters in Aeronautical Engineering and a Diploma in Industrial Studies. During her degree she completed a placement year at ITP Aero working in both jet engine design and certification. Currently Jennifer is a PhD student at Loughborough University researching jet engine noise cancellation through metamaterial acoustic