STEM

FOR BRITAIN

Exhibition of Posters by early-career research scientists, engineers and mathematicians.

2022

ENGINEERING EXHIBITION

Chris Stafford

ADVANCEMENT OF EFFICIENT SPRAY SIMULATIONS USING STATISTICAL LEARNING

University of Brighton

Cordelia Mattuvarkuzhali Ezhilarasu

A FRAMEWORK FOR AEROSPACE VEHICLE REASONING (FAVER)

Cranfield University

Daisy Dickinson

BUILDING LIQUID CRYSTAL LASERS TO TRANSFORM FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY

University of Edinburgh

Ejay Nsugbe

TOWARDS THE APPLICATION OF CYBERNETICS AND AI IN THE FIGHT AGAINST THE PRETERM BIRTH EPIDEMIC

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Nsugbe Research Labs

Elaine Falconer

IMPROVING DECISION MAKING WITHIN COMPLEX NUCLEAR PROJECTS USING INNOVATION ACTION RESEARCH

University of Warwick

Fariborz Naeini

A NOVEL NEUROMORPHIC VISION-BASED TACTILE SENSOR

Kingston University London

Filipe Richheimer

NANOSCALE CHARACTERISATION TO ACCELERATE UPTAKE OF NEXT GENERATION SOLAR PANELS

National Physical Laboratory

Gael Kemp

IMPROVING THE VENTILATION OF BUILDINGS: HOW TO USE SASH WINDOWS EFFICIENTLY?

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University of Cambridge

Gor Piliposyan

HARDWARE SECURITY OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES

University of Liverpool

Hayden Salway

PEROVSKITE COMPOSITES FOR NEXT GENERATION X-RAY DETECTORS.

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University of Cambridge

Ilaria Rucco

FLOWABILITY MEASUREMENTS AND RHEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF VOLCANICLASTIC DEBRIS FLOWS

Heriot-Watt University

Jesús Manuel Muñoz Tejeda

DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND MICROGRAVITY TESTING OF THE FIRST GENERATION OF TRANSFORMABLE SPACECRAFT

Imperial College London

Jonathan Hawkins

MONITORING ICE SHELF MELT RATES WITH AN AUTONOMOUS ROVING RADAR

University College London

Jorge Corral Acero

AUTOMATED 3D SHAPE AND CONTRACTION ANALYSIS OF THE HEART SAVES LIVES AFTER MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

University of Oxford

Juan Pablo Valdes

TOWARDS PHYSICS-INFORMED DECISION-MAKING FOR COMPLEX MIXING PROCESSES

Imperial College London

Katherine Kwa

ENHANCED WHOLE-LIFE ANCHORING SYSTEMS FOR OFFSHORE FLOATING WIND, WAVE AND TIDAL ENERGY DEVICES

University of Southampton

Larissa Suzuki

BUILDING THE INTERPLANETARY INTERNET VIA FEDERATED COMPUTATIONS

Google

Madeleine Wyburd

USING DEEP LEARNING TO MEASURE THE FOETAL BRAIN IN 3D FROM ULTRASOUND VOLUMES

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University of Oxford

Nathaniel Tye

A MIXED-SIGNAL ARCHITECTURE FOR ANALOG FUNCTION APPROXIMATION USING GRAPHENE FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS

University of Cambridge

Nawal Husnoo

USING AI TO IMPROVE RAINFALL MEASUREMENTS FROM THE UK WEATHER RADAR NETWORK

Met Office

Nicholas Weston

SOLID-STATE, CLOSED-LOOP RECYCLING OF AEROSPACE MACHINING WASTE TO ENABLE AFFORDABLE TITANIUM ALLOY COMPONENTS

The University of Sheffield

Nick Salmon

GREEN AMMONIA IN THE OCEAN: A CARBON-FREE, DISPATCHABLE POWER SOURCE FOR THE UK

Oxford University

Ollie Hanton

3D PRINTING IRREGULARLY SHAPED DIGITAL DISPLAYS

University of Bristol

Onur Celik

A DETAILED MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR REFLECTED SOLAR ENERGY DELIVERY FROM SPACE FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF GLOBAL CLEAN ENERGY SERVICES

University of Glasgow

Oriol Roche i Morgó

EXPLOITING THE PHASE: AN IMPORTANT STEP CHANGE IN X-RAY IMAGING

University College London

Pak Hei Yeung

FREEHAND FOETAL ULTRASOUND IMAGING: FROM 2D TO 3D

University of Oxford

Paulina Quintanilla

TOWARDS FROTH FLOTATION OPTIMISATION — THE TRANSITION TO GREEN ENERGY WILL NEED BUBBLES!

Imperial College London

Russell Buchanan

LEARNING INERTIAL SENSING FOR ROBOTICS

Oxford Robotics Institute

Timothy Deehan

FUTURE FUELS FOR DIFFICULT TO DECARBONISE TRANSPORT SECTORS

University College London

Vivek Koncherry

COMPOSITE PRESSURE VESSEL: EFFECT OF GRAPHENE AND OTHER TWO-DIMENSIONAL MATERIALS IN THREE-DIMENSIONAL MULTIAXIAL COMPOSITES FOR LOW EARTH ORBIT HABITAT

The University of Manchester

Wenyu Andy Wang

3D PRINTING LOW-COST WEARABLE HEALTH MONITORS

University of Cambridge

Zeliang Zhang

EASY-UPDATED EMBEDDED LIMP-HOME STRATEGY FOR POST-FAULT POWERTRAIN OPERATION IN EVS

University of York

Zheng Jiang

FOCUSSING ULTRASOUND THROUGH THE HUMAN SKULL FOR NONINVASIVE BRAIN SURGURY

Imperial College London