I joined Corporate Partnerships in 2014 and am part of the respective Faculty of Engineering team. I am responsible for forming and managing research collaborations with Industry, identifying opportunities, taking active part in developing proposals, negotiating budgets and contracts, and supporting in general Imperial’s academic community in their interactions with Corporates. Areas and themes of engagement span across all current ten Engineering Departments, and opportunities supported range from short-term Research Projects to multi-million Industry-funded Research Programmes and Centres.
I am a Chartered Engineer, with a PhD in Materials Engineering from Imperial, and extensive research experience in Academic Institutions and National Labs in technical areas such as Energy Materials, Electrochemistry and Air Quality.
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