international development consultant
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This event is the regional final where the shortlisted candidates are invited to give a presentation of their papers. The shortlisted participants and the topics of their papers are listed below.
The regional winner will be shortlisted for the 2022 Emerging Engineers Global Final, where the prestigious Institution Medal. For further details, please click here. This competition is open to all Graduate, Student & Apprentice ICE members who live, work or study in the London and South East region.
Regional shortlisted participants
Grace Lloyds - ‘To what extent do engineers need to embrace the arts to succeed’
Julian Vercruysse - ‘ Managing climate change transition risks: another potential role for civil engineers’
Leo Kauntz Moderini - ‘Uncertainty Characterisation of Self-Centring Seismic Links for Eccentrically Braced
Pishko Shaweis - Lead Civil Engineers at Transport for London. Pishko is a chartered engineer with over 25 years of experience in civil engineering and railway. Currently, he is responsible for day to day running of all the design and construction issues of station buildings whilst also providing detailed designs for commercial and domestic projects for his private company.
Siu Fa Ng - Project Executive for projects in Lee catchment and Higher Risk Debris Screen Package at the Environment Agency. Siu is a chartered civil engineer with highways experience and flood alleviation background. She is one of the Institution of Civil Engineer’s Carbon Project members (contract and procurement workstream), saving the world through creating contract clauses.
Chair of the ICE London Graduates and Student Committee.
The talk will outline the necessary qualifications for becoming a Fellow of ICE. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions at the end of the presentation.
ICE invites you to our online Knowledge Café. This event is designed for our regional and International members, as well as those who were unable to attend our first Knowledge Café event in London.
PHEW trip on the Union Canal from Linlithgow to The Falkirk Wheel, to mark the bicentenary of the opening of the Canal. The day trip will include several of the significant engineering structures on the canal.