Congratulations to Iulia Motoc, PhD candidate in Electronic Engineering in the School of Engineering and Digital Arts who has been been shortlisted in the British Engineering Excellence Awards under the award category of Engineering Ambassador of the Year, along with four UK-based engineering companies including RS Components and Rapid Electronics. The BEEA awards were established in 2009 and are organised by Eureka and New Electronics. The winners for the 2017 BEEA will be announced on the 5th October.
We are also delighted to announce that Iulia has been invited to speak about how we can inspire the next generation of engineers at the Engineering Design Show which takes place at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, on 18-19 October, 2017. The EDS is one of UK’s biggest events for engineering, electronics, and embedded design, offering guests a wide range of talks, workshops, as well as an exhibition. Exhibitors for EDS 2017 include: Autodesk, Cogent Technology, Digi-Key Electronics, Maxon Motor UK, National Instruments, and Rapid Electronics.
Good luck Iulia and thanks for being such a wonderful engineering role model.