Congratulations to the Warwick Engineering Society who have won the ‘Best University Society’ award at the NUE (National Undergraduate Employability) Awards 2019! The award recognizes the Society as top in the country for supporting undergraduate careers.
WiE scholar, Emma Osbiston, won a summer placement at the Diamond Light Source synchrotron at Harwell
Emma, who is an undergraduate electronic engineering student, completed a project entitled R03: A Raspberry Pi Tomography Beamline Controlled Through Twitter during the three-month placement. The project allows 3D models to be created in a very unusual way and can be controlled by Twitter. Details of the project are featured in the March 2019 edition of The MagPi, the official Raspberry Pi magazine.
Read more on The MagPi website
Warwick Engineering Society awarded inaugural Bright Network Society of the Year - Impact on Campus Award
The Impact on Campus Award is for the society that has gone above and beyond to support their members and the wider university to achieve success, in terms of careers, development of new skills and personal growth.
A student from University of Warwick School of Engineering, Nobeen Islam, has celebrated their success after receiving a Diamond Jubilee Scholarship from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). They are just one of a talented set of engineering students who have won the prestigious award.
The pioneering app, developed by Sesinam Dagadu who is originally from Accra, Ghana, gives 8.7 millions of Ghanaians access to ambulance services, even without an internet connection. “SnooCode” allows Ghanaians to navigate using GPS pinpointing without needing traditional address system. Sesinam, founder of SnooCode, won the ‘Entrepreneurial Award’ at the British Council ‘Study UK Alumni Awards 2017’ in recognition of his achievement.