WMG alum awarded Best Project Certificate by IMechE
We’re extremely proud to congratulate our WMG alum Aman Surana on his Institution of Mechanical Engineers Certificate for the ‘Best Project’. Aman received this prestigious award as a recognition of his extensive contribution to project work throughout his course. The certificate is awarded each academic year on the recommendation of a university Head of Department for academic achievement.
Aman comments “I'm glad to have the extensive hours put in the project recognised and am thankful to all my team members who deserve this award equally for helping us achieve the various targets throughout the year. A big thanks to all the project supervisors I've had over the years, for passing on their years of knowledge and experience; while also constantly motivating and pushing me to strive for success.”
Aman is fondly remembered at WMG for leading the Warwick Moto project as Chief Engineer. Warwick Moto is the University's newest student-led project which aims to design, build and race the University's first fully-electric race-spec superbike.
Conceptualised in March 2019 by a group of ambitious and passionate engineering students; the team’s goal was to take a vehicle from design-to-track in 15 months. The project was started to not only fuel the enthusiasm of the founding team but to also provide an opportunity for students from across the University to expand their knowledge and understanding of an industrial project, with deliverables and tight deadlines.
During his time with WMG, Aman was tasked with describing himself in three words. “Married to work” was his response, a mantra he’s clearly remaining loyal to, and it’s paying dividends. Congratulations Aman!