Jona Ramadani has been awarded an SCI scholarship of £5,000 over two years to support her PhD studies in the Department of Chemical Engineering.
We are delighted to announce that Jona Ramadani, PhD student in the Department of Chemical Engineering, has been awarded an SCI scholarship of £5,000 over two years to support her studies.
In addition to the scholarship, she will benefit from publishing opportunities, access to a high-calibre network to help launch her career, and opportunities to present her work and raise her profile within the scientific community.
SCI Scholarships are prestigious and well respected by the industry. Each year, SCI provides scholarships and bursaries to early career scientists including opportunities to attend or present at an international conference.
It is excellent news that Jona Ramadani has been offered this Scholarship and that her work on ‘Surfactant Migration on Polymeric Substrates’ will benefit from the additional contacts and support she will gain from this valuable opportunity.
On receiving her award, Jona said:
“The funding and support offered by my SCI Scholarship will provide a valuable resource to help me pursue my studies. I’m now finishing the first year of my PhD and I am really enjoying it so far. Ultimately, I hope that the findings of my PhD will directly impact the design process and improve performance of many consumer products which have as a base a nonwoven polymer coated with surfactants.
I would like to thank SCI for supporting my research; I have gained a great deal of practical experience so far at Imperial College London, and I am looking forward to progressing in my field and extending my knowledge of the subject area.”
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