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Oxford Engineer latest recipient of the Amelia Earhart Fellowship

DPhil researcher Manuela Sisti (Oxford Thermofluids Institute) is one of the latest recipients of the Zonta International Amelia Earhart Fellowship, a $10,000 USD prize awarded annually up to 35 women pursuing doctoral degrees in aerospace engineering and space sciences. The fellowship was established in 1938 in honour of famed pilot Amelia Earhart for extraordinary [...]

Oxford Engineer latest recipient of the Amelia Earhart Fellowship2021-06-19T14:23:04+01:00

Making Space for All

The Department of Engineering Science's Women in Engineering Committee is organizing a mini-conference open to all students age 13 to 17 years old. This online event will take place on Thursday June 24th from 4 pm to 5.30 pm.During this conference, five engineers and researchers will talk about their exciting work in air and space related [...]

Making Space for All2021-06-19T14:12:25+01:00

Dr. Cristian Soitu wins Human Frontier Sciences Program cross-disciplinary Fellowship

Dr. Cristian Soitu, a former student from Professor Edmond Walsh’s OTI lab in the Department of Engineering Science has won a prestigious Human Frontier Sciences Program cross-disciplinary Fellowship, in March 2021.HFSP cross disciplinary fellowships are awarded to researchers with a degree outside the life sciences and support innovative ground-breaking projects.With the award of three [...]

Dr. Cristian Soitu wins Human Frontier Sciences Program cross-disciplinary Fellowship2021-04-16T11:01:50+01:00

Building complex circuits out of fluids

In 2017, a collaboration between the Walsh group (Engineering Science) and Cook group (Sir William Dunn School of Pathology) set out to develop a technology that uses fluids as building blocks. The core idea behind ‘freestyle fluidics’ is that solid walls used to confine liquids in the macroworld can be replaced in the microworld [...]

Building complex circuits out of fluids2020-11-06T18:05:18+00:00

UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship for OTI Researcher

UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship for Researcher to enable pioneering ground-based testing of space travel Dr Tobias Hermann aims to ensure that future spacecraft are able to re-enter the earth’s atmosphere safely despite being exposed to extreme heat Dr Tobias Hermann, Senior Research Associate in Hypersonics at the Oxford Thermofluids Institute, is to receive a [...]

UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship for OTI Researcher2020-10-18T08:57:47+01:00

RAEng Silver medal awarded to Marko Bacic

OTI is pleased to announce that Marko Bacic has been awarded an RAEng Silver medal for an outstanding personal contribution to UK Engineering. Read the full story on the RAEng website. Marko's innovative work has ensured both engine safety and also reduced the carbon footprint of Rolls-Royce aero engines. Dr Bacic is also working on technologies [...]

RAEng Silver medal awarded to Marko Bacic2020-09-21T21:48:02+01:00

The Oxford Thermofluids Institute and the Covid-19 Pandemic

The lab has successfully resumed some activities since the end of May, as part of the pilot scheme run by the University of Oxford to re-open its buildings. Thanks to the outstanding work of our admin and technicians, we have implemented a new one-way system, hygiene stations and new induction program that, together with [...]

The Oxford Thermofluids Institute and the Covid-19 Pandemic2020-06-25T19:00:42+01:00

Oxford Engineers awarded Amelia Earhart Fellowship two years running

Oxford Thermofluids Institute DPhil candidate Suria Subiah has been awarded a Zonta International Amelia Earhart Fellowship. The US$10,000 Fellowship is awarded annually to up to 30 women pursuing doctoral degrees in aerospace engineering and space sciences. Another Engineering Science DPhil, Hannah Rana (Space Cryogenics group), was awarded the Fellowship in 2019. Read the [...]

Oxford Engineers awarded Amelia Earhart Fellowship two years running2020-05-06T08:33:12+01:00

DPhil student wins Stratasys Design Challenge Award

OTI DPhil student Daniel Fahy recreated a Hoberman Sphere from scratch DPhil student Daniel Fahy has won first place in Stratasys’ annual Extreme Redesign Challenge Awards. Fahy took first place in the ‘Art, Jewelry and Architecture’ category, winning a $2,500 scholarship, a free Stratasys FDM 3D Printer for a year and a printout of [...]

DPhil student wins Stratasys Design Challenge Award2020-05-06T08:33:12+01:00

OTI at Culham Summer School

Naomi Mburu a Rhodes Scholar at OTI attended the 56th Culham Summer Plasma Physics School! She had a wonderful time learning about the different facets of plasma physics and how they apply to nuclear fusion and astrophysics. The participants at the summer school were also given tours of the Joint European Torus (JET) and Mega Amp [...]

OTI at Culham Summer School2020-05-06T08:33:12+01:00
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