Women at Imperial Week
For this years Women@Imperial week I’ve put together a gallery of Imperial Women representing all corners of College life.
I start with Research Technician Dr Paola Ferrini setting up the brand new R.O.A.R lab in the Molecular Sciences Research Hub.
Ann Muggeridge in a candid moment with PhD student Rebecca Hihinashvili. Rebecca is an Alan Howard Scholarship recipient which supports collaboration between British and Isreali academics.
Fay Dowker, professor of theoretical physics, including Quantum Gravity and Causal set theory.
Dianna Nguyen – Specialist Chemical Technician in a Solvent Purification Tower at the new Molecular Sciences Research Hub.
2nd Year Ecology Undergraduate Students at Silwood Campus studying habitat associations.
An undergraduate student in the newly refurbished mechanical engineering workshops.
Elizabeth and Carlota on a year in Industry at Williams F1 Racing in Oxford. This image made a great double page spread in this years Undergraduate Prospectus.
Anna Napolitano, Quality Assurance and 3Rs Programme Manager, in the ICTEM at Hammersmith.
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Scholar Genevieve Hirsz is on a general medical placement in Haematology at Hammersmith Hospital.
Emma Robinson, Computing PhD in the server room.
Every year students come out in force to promote their clubs and societies at the Fresher’s Fair. I wrote a post about Fresher’s fair here.
Cristina Lo Celso won the prestigious Foulkes Foundation Medal at the end of 2017 for her work with Leukaemia, more images from this shoot can be found in this post here.
Noura Zamzam working on ultrafast optical measurements of photosynthesis in the very picturesque lab of Jasper Van Thor.
Wrapping up at the Imperial Festival with Sarah Umar and Liz Carter, more images from the Festival can be found in this post here.
Emma Passmore Lecturer of Optical Mineralogy and Petrology in the Department of Earth Science and Engineering.
Chemical Engineering MEng student Xiaoqun Zhou is working on new generation of redox flow batteries for large scale energy storage.
Elena Dieckmann PhD Innovation Design Engineering and founder of Aeropowder.
Lily Wright working within the DRAHS (Disease Risk Analysis and Health Surveillance) project on a placement at ZSL London Zoo
Beth Hoblyn working on a Technician Apprenticeship.
Students enjoying some late Winter Sun at the base of the Queens Tower
A student learning essential molecular and cellular biological laboratory techniques within the department of Medicine.
The NIHR Health Protection unit specialising in Healthcare Associated Infection and Antimicrobial Resistance at Hammersmith Hospital.
A student helping out at Deen City Farm for Student Volunteering Week.
Dr Jenny Collier – Reader in Marine Geophysics, in the Rock archive in Earth Science and Engineering.
Catalina A. Pino Muñoz PhD student in electrochemical energy storage systems.
Imperial Students graduate at the Royal Albert Hall.
Dr Claudia Custodio, Business School Associate Professor of Finance
Jess Wade and her team are measuring circular dichroism – the differential absorption of left and right handed circularly polarised light – on B23 at Diamond Light Source.
Erin Hallet, Head of Alumni Relations at Imperial College Business School in the Alumni Visitors Centre.
Wiggly worms with the Outreach Team.
Theoretical Physicist and Adams Prize Winner, Claudia de Rham
The Glycosciences Laboratory in the Burlington Danes building on Hammersmith Campus.
Dianna Nguyen in the NMR Suite at White City Campus.
Geology students on a field trip to Dorset.
Presidents Scholar Carmen Martin Alonso, also finds time for classical Ballet at a National Level.
Dr Caroline Howe is a Lecturer in Environmental Social Science for the Faculty of Natural Sciences.
Charikleia Spathi won £10,000 in the Imperial Althea prize for innovative women for her waterproof concrete developed from waste materials.
Dr. Angela Kedgley is a Lecturer in Orthopaedic Biomechanics the Department of Bioengineering.
Harriet Whewell, Communications & Public Affairs, volunteers alongside over 300 colleagues at the Imperial Festival.
VarsityFest is that time of year where Imperial College competes against Imperial Medics across multiple sports.
The Bungee Tower is a regular and very popular feature at RAG week.
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