We are proud to share the stories of our 2024 Alumni Award winners...
Imperial's Alumni Awards
The Alumni Awards recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements of our alumni community and the variety of ways they are making a real impact across the globe.
Now in their fifth year, the awards recognise exceptional professional and academic achievements in three categories and present an opportunity for the College to acknowledge role models and thought-leaders within the alumni community.
We are proud to introduce you to our 2024 winners...
The Alumni Award categories
2024 Alumni Award Winners
Our 2024 winners are using technology and innovation to tackle the biggest issues our society faces, making lasting changes to their industries, pushing boundaries and opening doors for others to follow in their footsteps.
Alexandre Tourre (MSc Computing 2009) is the co-founder of Easy Solar, providing power to 200k homes across Sierra Leone.
Professor David Larbalestier
Professor David Larbalestier (Metallurgy 1965, PhD 1970) is a world leader in superconducting materials and their translation into magnets.
Dr Giuliana Di Martino
Giuliana (PhD Physics 2014) is a renowned expert in low-power, sustainable electronic devices and already the head of a research group.
Dr Jean Marc Feghali and Gökhan Meriçliler
Jean Marc (MEng Civil Engineering 2018, PhD 2022) and Gökhan (MSc Business Analytics 2022) are the creators of WeWalk, the smart cane manufacturer.
Lola (MBA 2019) is a digital and innovation expert steering organisations towards an innovative and sustainable future using technology.
Miroslav (MEng Biomedical Engineering 2019) is the founder of Sensible Biotechnologies, a developer of novel mRNA production technology.
Professor Monique Frize
Monique (MPhil Electrical Engineering 1970) has pushed the boundaries of clinical engineering for over five decades.
Professor Phebe Vayanos
Phebe (MEng Electrical & Electronic Engineering 2007, PhD Computing 2012) designs trustworthy AI to support effective and equitable decision making.
Ron (MBA 2002) founded AU10TIX, an identity verification technology solution, used by companies such as Google and PayPal, with a value of over $300m.