​Ton Van Den Bremer
  • ​University of Edinburgh
  • ​Cleaning the Ocean: Understanding transport of plastic pollution by waves

​Siming Chen
  • University College London
  • ​Integrated III-V quantum dot photonic circuits on silicon platforms

Maria Chernysheva
  • University of Aston
  • Novel mid-infrared ultrafast fibre lasers for molecular vibrational sensing technologies

​Mark Chiew
  • University of Oxford
  • Characterizing the brain's spatio-temporal dynamics by integrating EEG and FMRI

Dr Adnan Mehonic
  • University College London
  • Next-generation adaptive electronics for neuromorphic engineering

​Dr Joseph Sherwood
  • University of Southhampton
  • Interactions between fluid dynamics and biological function in microvascular


Ana Namburete
  • University of Oxford
  • Ultrasound-based atlas for longitudinal analysis of fetal brain maturation

Rebecca Boston
  • University of Sheffield
  • Nanostructured oxides for sustainable energy storage and recovery

Min Zhang
  • University of Bath
  • Fully superconducting machines for next generation electric aircraft propulsion

Domaniç Lavery
  • University College London
  • Simplified transceiver architectures for high capacity optical networks

Gregory Jasion
  • University of Southampton
  • Hollow microstructured optical fibres for high-power laser delivery

Sabina Hatch
  • University College London
  • High-efficiency, low-cost solar cells using III-V nanowires on flexible substrates

Robert Richards
  • University of Sheffield 
  • Development of indium gallium arsenide bismide for mid-wavelength infrared applications

Enrique Galindo-Nava
  • University of Cambridge
  • Developing novel materials for gas turbine engines: an integrated computational and modelling approach

Ludovic Renson
  • University of Bristol
  • Developing next generation testing methods for nonlinear mechanical structures

Jan Andries Mol
  • University of Oxford
  • Single-molecule electronics

Thomas Vetter 
  • University of Manchester
  • Understanding impurity incorporation into organic crystals from measurements and simulations

Raif Bauer
  • University of Strathclyde
  • Miniaturised 3D-printed biomedical imaging system using optical MEMS

Samuel Powell
  • University College London
  • Engineering a new approach to biomedical imaging using sound and light


Dr Amanda Joy Foust
  • Imperial College London
  • Holographic light shaping for reverse engineering neural circuit learning
  • Dr Amanda Foust's website

Dr Mark Batty 

Lloyd's Register Foundation / RAEng Fellowship

Dr David Phillips 
  • University of Glasgow
  • Sensing and actuation of nano-scale mechanics in biological systems

Dr Luca Magri 
  • University of Cambridge
  • Adjoint-based approaches in thermo-acoustics: understanding, modelling and controlling instabilities

Dr Marco Endrizzi 
  • University College London
  • Laboratory-based x-ray dark-field microscopy and microtomography

Dr Pola Goldberg Oppenheimer

Dr Trung Q. Duong
  • Queen's University Belfast
  • Meeting future wireless capacity via secure and energy-efficient small-cell networks
  • Dr Trung Duong's website

Dr Martynas Beresna
  • University of Southampton
  • Ultrafast laser induced nanostructuring: a pathway to advanced optical fibre engineering
  • Dr Martynas Beresna's website


Dr Emmanouil Benetos
  • Queen Mary University of London
  • Software inspired by the human ear/looking at the human ear to design novel listening software

Dr Ben Britton
  • Imperial College London
  • Better understanding of materials to make safer reactors

Dr Alexander Dickinson
  • University of Southampton
  • Developing the next generation of prosthetic limbs

Dr Martin Lavery
  • University of Glasgow
  • Increasing data transfer capacity using light’s unusual properties 

Dr Thomas Okell
  • University of Oxford
  • Novel imaging techniques to visualise blood flow in the brain

Dr Soraia Pimenta
  • Imperial College London
  • Exploiting novel carbon-fibre composites

Dr Antoniu Pop
  • University of Manchester
  • Developing a language for the computers of the future


Dr David Armstrong
  • University of Oxford
  • Micro-engineering advanced alloys for extreme nuclear power environments

Dr David Clifton
  • University of Oxford
  • Machine learning for the intelligent patient record

Dr Edmund Kelleher
  • Imperial College London
  • Next generation short-pulse lasers for the visible and ultraviolet

Dr Fleur Loveridge
  • University of Southampton
  • New thermal and geotechnical facility for ground heat exchangers

Dr Oliver Payton
  • University of Bristol
  • Mapping, measuring and manufacturing nanostructures via high-speed atomic force microscopy

Dr Weijia Yuan
  • University of Bath
  • Advancing renewable energy integration by innovative SMES-battery storage systems

Dr Freddie Withers
  • University of Manchester
  • Light harvesting hybrid – graphene-based devices (GrapheX)


Dr Mark Ainslie
  • University of Cambridge
  • Engineering interactions of magnetic and superconducting materials for electrical applications

Dr Peter Carrington
  • University of Lancaster
  • High efficiency mid-infrared semiconductor materials and devices grown on silicon

Dr Maiwenn Kersaudy-Kerhoas
  • Heriot-Watt University
  • Towards better pregnancy monitoring: miniaturised tools for non-invasive prenatal diagnosis in clinics and hospitals

Dr Mathieu Lucquiaud
  • University of Edinburgh
  • Future-proofing fossil power stations with CO₂ capture

Dr Edward Laird
  • University of Oxford
  • Quantum computing devices based on carbon nanomaterials

Dr Ruth Misener
  • Imperial College London
  • Towards rational chemotherapy strategies: a hybrid computational / experimental approach

Dr Mehran Moazen

Dr Alberto Peruzzo
  • University of Bristol
  • Quantum processors for quantum chemical engineering


Dr Mahdi Azarpeyvand
  • University of Bristol
  • Source and propagation modelling for wind turbine and turbomachinery noise

Dr Alasdair Clark
  • University of Glasgow
  • Plasmon enhanced pyroelectrodynamic nanoscale trapping and sensing

Dr Christian Fensch

Dr Peter Gammon
  • University of Warwick
  • Novel interlayer cooling for harsh environment (NICHE) devices and circuitry

Dr Tawfique Hasan

Dr Grigorios Loukides

Dr Christos Masouros
  • University College London
  • Interference as a source of green signal energy in wireless communications

Dr Matthias Mauch

Dr Paul Shearing

Dr Radu Sporea
  • University of Surrey
  • Novel high performance transistors for use in large area electronics

Dr Nikos Tzevelekos


Dr Tore Butlin
  • University of Cambridge
  • Modelling the vibration of complex structures with localised non-linearities
  • Dr Tore Butlin's website

Dr Simon Cotton
  • Queen’s University Belfast
  • Next generation body-centric communications: a joint analytical-statistical approach to modelling quasi-cyclostationary anisotropic signal reception
  • Dr Simon Cotton's website

Dr Deborah Gunning
  • University of Strathclyde
  • Neural interfaces for studying cortical processes

Dr Matthew Himsworth
  • University of Southampton
  • Atom-chip integration for quantum-enabled devices

Dr Hugh Leather
  • University of Edinburgh
  • Optimising the Mobile Net

Dr Andrew Marshall
  • Lancaster University
  • Exploiting emerging interface misfit epitaxy to engineer cheaper, higher performance photodiodes for imaging, communications and gas monitoring

Dr Davide Mattia

Dr Francesca Parmigiani

Dr Noam Rinetzky

Dr Manlio Tassieri


Dr Helen Bridle

Dr Maria Ana Cataluna
  • University of Dundee
  • Compact and ultra-versatile lasers based on quantum-dot materials

Dr Christophe Dubach

Dr Filippo Fazi

Dr Marina Galano
  • University of Oxford
  • Development of aluminum metal matrix complex nanocomposites for high-strength applications
  • Dr Marina Galano's website

Dr Steven Neale

Dr Andrew Robertson

Dr Aleksey Shitvov

Dr Danail Stoyanov

Dr Kevin Webb
  • University of Nottingham
  • Optical stimulation for the long-term control and monitoring of neural network activity
  • Dr Kevin Webb's website


Dr Amanda Wright