2017-2022

​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 AstonNovel 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
On-chip systems of mid-infrared sensing


​Dr Joseph Sherwood

University of Southhampton
Interactions between fluid dynamics and biological function in microvascular


2016-2021


Ana Namburete

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


Rebecca Boston

University of SheffieldNanostructured oxides for sustainable energy storage and recovery


Min Zhang

University of BathFully 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 of Central London
Engineering a new approach to biomedical imaging using sound and light


2015-2020


Dr Amanda Joy Foust

Imperial College LondonHolographic light shaping for reverse engineering neural circuit learning
Dr Amanda Foust's website


Dr Mark Batty 

Lloyd's Register Foundation / RAEng Fellowship
University of KentCGrail: unified, optimisable and formally-specified C concurrency
Dr Mark Batty's website


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

University of BirminghamAdvanced Micro-optofluidic Portable Sensing Technology for Timely Point-of-Care Diagnostics
Dr Pola Goldberg Oppenheimer's website


Dr Trung Q. Duong

Queen's University BelfastMeeting future wireless capacity via secure and energy-efficient small-cell networks
Dr Trung Duong's website


Dr Martynas Beresna

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


2014-2019


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


2013–2018


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)


2012–2017


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

University College London
Predicting skull growth in craniosynostosis for improved surgical treatment
Dr Mehran Moazen's website


Dr Alberto Peruzzo

University of Bristol
Quantum processors for quantum chemical engineering


2011–2016


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

Heriot-Watt University
Auto-tuned programming patterns and the programmability gap
Dr Christian Fensch's website


Dr Peter Gammon

University of Warwick
Novel interlayer cooling for harsh environment (NICHE) devices and circuitry


Dr Tawfique Hasan

University of Cambridge
Graphlex: fully flexible graphene-based transparent conductors
Dr Tawfique Hasan's website


Dr Grigorios Loukides

Cardiff University
Privacy protection in event-based data sharing and analysis
Dr Grigorios Loukides' website


Dr Christos Masouros

University College London
Interference as a source of green signal energy in wireless communications


Dr Matthias Mauch

Queen Mary, University of London
Software systems for computer-aided music understanding
Dr Mattias Mauch's website


Dr Paul Shearing

University College London
4-dimensional tomography of electrochemical devices
Dr Paul Shearing's website


Dr Radu Sporea

University of Surrey
Novel high performance transistors for use in large area electronics


Dr Nikos Tzevelekos

Queen Mary, University of London
Game semantics for program analysis
Dr Nikos Tzevelekos' website


2010–2015


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

University of Bath
Nanoparticle factory-on-a-chip
Dr Davide Mattia's website


Dr Francesca Parmigiani

University of Southampton
Optical processing of high spectral efficiency phase encoded signals for future generation optical networks
Dr Francesca Parmigiani's website


Dr Noam Rinetzky

Queen Mary University of London
Disciplined concurrent programming for verification
Dr Noam Rinetzky's website


Dr Manlio Tassieri

University of Glasgow
Rheology at the microscale: new tools for bio-analysis 
Dr Manilio Tasseri's website


2009–2014


Dr Helen Bridle

University of Edinburgh
Biosensors in engineering: from in situ pathogen detection to global impacts
Dr Helen Bridle's website


Dr Maria Ana Cataluna

University of Dundee
Compact and ultra-versatile lasers based on quantum-dot materials


Dr Christophe Dubach

University of Edinburgh
Adaptable processor architecture and software for energy-efficient computing
Dr Christophe Dubach's website


Dr Filippo Fazi

University of Southampton
Electroacoustical inverse problems
Dr Filippo Fazi's website


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

University of Glasgow
Micro-actuators controlled by optoelectronic tweezers (MACOET)
Dr Steven Neale's website


Dr Andrew Robertson

Queen Mary, University of London
Intelligent interactive musical performance systems
Dr Andrew Robertson's website


Dr Aleksey Shitvov

Queens University Belfast
Distributed passive intermodulation phenomena in microwave circuits
Dr Aleksey Shitvov's website


Dr Danail Stoyanov

University College London
Real-time intra-operative navigation for robotic assisted minimally invasive surgery
Dr Danail Stoyanov's website


Dr Kevin Webb

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


2007–2012


Dr Amanda Wright

University of Strathclyde
New horizons in adaptive optics for life science research: adaptive microscopy
Dr Amanda Wright's website