The seventh annual WE50 awards have been declared, that includes six associates of the Institution.
The Women’s Engineering Culture celebrates the Major 50 Females in Engineering on 23 June every yr. The concept for 2022 is ‘Inventors and Innovators who can Imagine the Potential.’ The 6 inspirational IMechE customers, along with the other winners, have both discovered an unmet have to have and then established the resolution, or improved on present solutions and procedures to make our life simpler.
Dr Alice Bunn, Chief Executive of the Establishment, suggests
“We are delighted to congratulate all the winners of the Major 50 Women of all ages in Engineering Awards, especially the six who are IMechE users. It is crucial that we continue to advocate for much more females in the marketplace, and awards like these are an amazing way of recognising those people who are paving the way.
Two of IMechE’s values are to make an affect and to be innovative, which suit genuinely properly with the topic for WE50 this yr, which is “Inventors and Innovators.” Today’s winners have shown their initiative and leadership abilities, and we are thrilled to have them represent the Institution.”
Be a part of us in congratulating the next:
Dr Nausheen Sultana Mehboob Basha, Challenge Supervisor – Fluids Engineering at Imperial Faculty London
“Dr Nausheen Basha, Chartered Engineer with IMechE, has won the prestigious Ted Perry award by The Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) for her previous investigation on computational modelling of compressors, and her preceding task on CFD modelling of oil separators has attained an exceptional grade from Innovate British isles. She is keen on advancing computational approaches in standard, and sophisticated engineering difficulties and passionate about getting more young gals interested in STEM.”
Dr Ama Frimpong, Head of Product Improvement at 52 North Well being
“Dr Ama Frimpong is a multidisciplinary engineer with a vocation focussed on well being and health-related systems. She presently qualified prospects the enhancement of professional medical and AI centered alternatives for men and women living with cancer and has a enthusiasm for encouraging and supporting females and ethnic minorities into STEM topics.”
Jennifer Glover, Graduate Acoustic Guide at AECOM
“Jennifer is a Engineering Technician of the IMechE, and Acoustic Advisor serving to key infrastructure to recognize their sounds atmosphere and how to cut down its affect on the group. After obtaining a MEng in Aeronautical Engineering, she secured a Studentship PhD investigating jet motor sound cancellation by metamaterial acoustic liners and will graduate this July.”
Alice Kan, Pharmaceutical Director, Kan Do Ventures
“Alice is a Fellow of the IMechE and has invested her job in pharmaceutical producing. This experience came in helpful at the begin of the pandemic, as she led the established-up of the fill-end manufacture of the Oxford- AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine. She focussed on a collaborative and ‘Kan do’ tactic to supply whole scale manufacture in 5 months, obtaining the options and eliminating the blockers.”
Guneet Kohli, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Weather Transform Projection Specialist at Arup
“Guneet is a Chartered Engineer specialising in each fluid dynamics and local weather change resilience at Arup. She is an qualified in utilizing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in a assortment of apps such as properties, hydraulic style and design and datacentres. Guneet is passionate about sustainable style and design, and allows projects across Arup fully grasp and use local climate modify projection data to guarantee future resilience.”
Marisa Kurimbokus, Mechanical Engineering Team Leader at Aeristech
“Marisa is the Mechanical Engineering Crew Leader at Aeristech, concentrating on sustainability through design of electrical air compressor technological know-how, generally for hydrogen gas cells. She is a Chartered engineer and a Fellow of the Women’s Engineering Culture. She is a eager advocate of engineering, diversity and STEM, and in 2020, was awarded “IMechE Younger Engineer of the 12 months – Volunteer of the Year”.”