IMechE celebrates six members who have won the Top 50 Women in Engineering award

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WE50 Winners, pictured setting up leading still left: Alice Kan, Jennifer Glover and Nausheen Basha. Pictured beginning base still left: Guneet Kohli, Ama Frimpong and Marisa Kurimbokus.
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The seventh annual WE50 awards have been declared, showcasing six associates of the Establishment.&#13

The Women’s Engineering Society celebrates the Top 50 Ladies in Engineering on 23 June every 12 months. The concept for 2022 is ‘Inventors and Innovators who can Imagine the Upcoming.’ The six inspirational IMechE users, together with the other winners, have possibly identified an unmet require and then designed the solution, or enhanced on existing solutions and processes to make our lives much easier.

Dr Alice Bunn, Chief Executive of the Institution, suggests

“We are delighted to congratulate all the winners of the Leading 50 Girls in Engineering Awards, particularly the six who are IMechE members. It is important that we proceed to advocate for more ladies in the marketplace, and awards like these are an unbelievable way of recognising all those who are paving the way.

Two of IMechE’s values are to make an influence and to be progressive, which suit definitely very well with the topic for WE50 this yr, which is “Inventors and Innovators.” Today’s winners have revealed their initiative and management abilities, and we are thrilled to have them depict the Institution.”

Be a part of us in congratulating the pursuing:

Dr Nausheen Sultana Mehboob BashaDr Nausheen Sultana Mehboob Basha, Undertaking Manager – Fluids Engineering at Imperial College or university London”Dr Nausheen Basha, Chartered Engineer with IMechE, has received the prestigious Ted Perry award by The Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) for her previous investigate on computational modelling of compressors, and her preceding challenge on CFD modelling of oil separators has reached an superb grade from Innovate United kingdom. She is keen on advancing computational methods in common, and sophisticated engineering challenges and passionate about acquiring additional youthful girls intrigued in STEM.

Dr Ama FrimpongDr Ama Frimpong, Head of Item Advancement at 52 North Health”Dr Ama Frimpong is a multidisciplinary engineer with a vocation focussed on health and fitness and health-related technologies. She at present potential customers the growth of professional medical and AI primarily based options for men and women dwelling with cancer and has a passion for encouraging and supporting females and ethnic minorities into STEM subjects.

Jennifer GloverJennifer Glover, Graduate Acoustic Expert at AECOM”Jennifer is a Engineering Technician of the IMechE, and Acoustic Guide assisting big infrastructure to recognize their sound atmosphere and how to reduce its affect on the neighborhood. Immediately after acquiring a MEng in Aeronautical Engineering, she secured a Studentship PhD looking into jet engine sound cancellation by metamaterial acoustic liners and will graduate this July.

Alice KanAlice Kan, Pharmaceutical Director, Kan Do Ventures”Alice is a Fellow of the IMechE and has put in her career in pharmaceutical production. This working experience arrived in handy at the start of the pandemic, as she led the established-up of the fill-end manufacture of the Oxford- AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine. She focussed on a collaborative and ‘Kan do’ strategy to produce whole scale manufacture in 5 months, discovering the opportunities and taking away the blockers.

Marisa KurimbokusMarisa Kurimbokus, Mechanical Engineering Staff Leader at Aeristech”Marisa is the Mechanical Engineering Crew Leader at Aeristech, concentrating on sustainability by means of design and style of electric air compressor know-how, mostly for hydrogen gasoline cells. She is a Chartered engineer and a Fellow of the Women’s Engineering Society. She is a eager advocate of engineering, range and STEM, and in 2020, was awarded “IMechE Young Engineer of the Yr – Volunteer of the Year”.