Jessica Tjandra and Cynthia Rodenkirchen have been announced as poster competition finalists at the Society of Women Engineers’ London Conference.
Jessica Tjandra and Cynthia Rodenkirchen are Postgraduate Research students in the Department of Materials, supervised by Dr Stella Pedrazzini. They join a roster of accomplished academics and professionals at the event.
'Honoured to be a finalist'
The Society of Women Engineers’ London Conference gives undergraduate and postgraduate students a chance to present their research to a diverse STEM audience. The theme for this year's Society of Women Engineers’ London Conference is 'Sustainability in Engineering.'
Cynthia will present a poster titled: 'Effect of alloying on microstructural & mechanical properties of a new dual-superlattice Ni-superalloy for aerospace applications'.
I’m very excited about my first in-person conference, showcasing my research and getting the opportunity to network with other women in engineering. Cynthia Rodenkirchen Postgraduate Resesarch student
Her poster will explain changes to the composition of a new Ni-superalloy for airplane turbine engines and its effects on microstructural and mechanical properties for future developments in superalloys.
She commented: "I’m very excited about my first in-person conference, showcasing my research and getting the opportunity to network with other women in engineering."
Jessica will present a poster titled the 'Effect of simulated body fluid on additively manufactured Ti-6Al-4V under mechanical load at the conference.'
She commented: "I am honoured to be a finalist for this poster competition. The Society of Women Engineers is a wonderful advocate for women in engineering and technology, and I look forward to meeting fellow women engineers at the conference."
The conference will be held on Thursday 26 May and Friday 27 May 2022 at the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane.
Society of Women's Engineers (SWE)
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), founded in 1950, is the world’s largest advocate and catalyst for change for women in engineering and technology. WE Local London connects engineers, technologists, and organisations seeking diverse skill sets.
Registration for the conference and information catalogue on educational and networking opportunities at WE Local London is available at welocal.swe.org.
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