Finished in second place at Made@City 2016.
Name of project
A Mathematical Model for Human Intracranial Dynamics
Name of course you are studying
BEng Mechanical Engineering
What was the best thing about taking part in Made@City?
I enjoyed the fact that I could show to the exhibition visitors how diverse Mechanical Engineering is and its possible connection with human body anatomy. I also was happy to see the amount of interest that my work received.
How did Made@City help with your career prospects?
I met people from different industries and universities with questions about my project. Presenting my project helped me to network with the people. Also, some job opportunities were offered to me at the event. Overall the event helped me to gain confidence in relation to my project.
Tell us a little about what you are doing now and your immediate plans for the future.
At the moment, I am working as an assistant for the university’s Mechanical Engineering department. I am wishing to continue my studies with a Masters Degree in the same university.
What would you say to students who are thinking of taking part in Made@City next year?
I highly recommend this event to students who have worked hard on their projects. Made@city is a motivating event that they will enjoy the atmosphere in. The event is also rewarding because of the recognition that their projects will get from the public.