Department of Physics
Events in the Physics Department
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The Department will be running two events in February and March as part of their Inspiration series. These will be held on 18 February and 4 March on Microsoft Teams:
Thursday 18th February, 12:30-13:30, Click here to join the meeting
Junior engineers on a panel rapidly present their career and then take part in Q&A, featuring:
Maria Ivanciu - AI developer at R2 Data Labs, Rolls-Royce since 2011; MEng Engineering, Cambridge University 2019
Megan Woodworth - Lead chemical and process engineer at BIG ATOM since 2020; Head of resource recovery, Loowatt Ltd 2018-2020; Process engineer, Maersk Oil 2013-2018; BS, Chemical Engineering, Colarado School of Mines, 2013
Jeremy Cochain - Mechanical Engineer at Schlumberger, Stonehouse, UK, since 2018; PhD in Rotating seals at Schlumberger, Paris and Université de Poitiers, France, 2015-2018; Intern, Schlumberger, Cambridge, 2014; MSc, Energy and fluids, Université de Rouen, France 2014; Diplôme d'ingénieur in Energy and propulsion, National Institute of Applied Science Rouen, France, and University of Kaiserslautern, Germany, 2014
Inspiration lecture by Ndiba Dioh
Thursday 4th March, 13:30-14:00, Click here to join the meeting
Ndiba is currently the Director of Global Innovation for the Advanced Polymers Solutions Business Segment at LyondellBasell, one of the largest plastics, chemicals, and refining companies in the world. He obtained a BEng, MSc and PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College in the years 1988, 89 and 93 respectively. After a two-year post doc at Imperial, he joined WS Atkins as an Engineering Consultant in 1995. After a short stint at WS Atkins he moved to the US in 1996, joining one of the predecessor companies of LyondellBasell. He has been at LyondellBasell for 24 yrs where he has had multiple roles in R&D, Business Management, Supply Chain Management, and Innovation. He lives with his spouse and two daughters in Houston, TX. His hobbies include travelling and sports.
Department of Computing
The Department runs an Applications of Computing in Industry Series which is designed to show students how theory is applied in practice. Recordings of past events in this series are also available on the Department's website.
Other Events at College
Please keep checking these pages for any updates on events the Computing department is putting on. You may also wish to have a look at what events the College is putting on and see if there is anything that interests you. Your associate membership of Imperial College Union will also give you access to events being put on by societies.