PARTNERS AND SUPPORT

Project Impactive works with the kind support of these partner organisations and technical assistance from UCL lecturers

 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Dr Ali Abolfathi

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Dr Ali Abolfathi is a Senior Teaching Fellow in UCL's Mechanical Engineering Department.

 

He completed his PhD in Sound and Vibration (2012) at ISVR, Southampton University, on nonlinear vibration isolators. Following his PhD, he joined Strathclyde University as a Teaching Associate. In 2014, he moved to Loughborough University as a Research Associate where he researched the variability in noise and vibration of automotive vehicles in collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover.

He has offered his assistance in the form of panel meetings to assess the teams' designs.

Dr Will Newton

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Dr Will Newton is a Senior Teaching Fellow in UCL's Mechanical Engineering Department.

 

He graduated from Swansea University in 2010 with an MSc in Mechanical Engineering and again in 2015 with an EngD in computational modelling and experimentation of industrial heat transfer problems. He also worked as a researcher for the project Advanced Sustainable Manufacturing Technologies. In 2015 Will joined the management team for the newly formed Doctoral training centre The Materials and Manufacturing Academy at Swansea University.

He has provided his assistance in the form of panel meetings to assess the teams' designs.

Dr Helge A Wudemann

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Dr Helge A Wurdemann is a Senior Teaching Fellow in UCL's Mechanical Engineering Department.

 

He is an electrical engineer and started his studies with focus on mechatronics and robotics in the medical field at the Leibniz University of Hanover.  In January 2016, he joined UCL Mechanical Engineering as Lecturer in Medical Devices.

 

He has provided his assistance in the form of panel meetings to assess the teams' designs.

Dr Eral Bele

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Dr Eral Bele is a Senior Teaching Fellow in UCL's Mechanical Engineering Department.

 

He received his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto, and subsequently worked as a research associate at Cambridge University. He is fascinated by how phenomena across length scales influence the properties of materials, and his teaching is informed by this passion and curiosity.

He has offered his assistance in the form of panel meetings to assess the teams' designs.

 

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