Mario Arbery – MSc in Air Transport Management at Cranfield University/Technical University of Madrid
Mario is completing a double degree at Cranfield College of Aeronautics in association with the school of engineering of the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid. This native Brit/Spaniard also speaks French and Italian and has already proven that he knows what management means: during his studies, he lead a team of six students designing an AAM Missile and a nano satellite. Mario sees his future is in the airline industry.
Camille Bilger – MPhil in Energy Technologies at the University of Cambridge
Camille graduated with a First Class Masters of Physics from the University of St Andrews. Her final year project was selected as the year’s best project in astrophysics and it was awarded her university’s SELEX Galileo Project Prize in Astrophysics. She is now completing an MPhil in Energy Technologies at the University of Cambridge. Camille performed an internship at the German Aerospace Center (DLR). This French native also speaks fluent English, Italian and Spanish. Besides her long-term passion for dancing, she has played the piano since she was a child. Next year Camille will continue her studies as a PhD student in Cambridge working on fuel injection and its subsequent atomisation in the combustion chamber of aero-engines.
Adam Gosztolai – MAst Applied Mathematics at the University of Cambridge
After obtaining his Bachelor in mechanical engineering at University College London with first class honours, Adam is now pursuing a Master’s course in applied mathematics at the University of Cambridge. The amateur pilot also likes challenges in its spare time, as a mountain biker at an international level. Adam whose objective is to achieve a career in the aerospace industry has already performed a one-year placement at Airbus UK, where he developed a mathematical model to identify damping sources in aircraft structures. Fascinated by how useful the study of networks in complex avionic systems is, Adam will continue with a PhD in maths at Imperial College London.
Kira Kowalska – Msc Engineering Mathematics at the University of Bristol
Kira is in her final year of an Msc in engineering mathematics at the University of Bristol and is currently working on her final year project in data mining of geo-referenced datasets. Mathematical research is a passion for Kira she has already been very successful in the field: she completed a work placement as a Research Associate at BAE Systems where she co-authored a paper on Maritime Anomaly Detection, which was presented during the conference FUSION 2012. To apply mathematical research in the field of security would be the next stage in Kira’s career. She has been accepted into a four-year PhD Programme SECReT at University College London.
Miresh Mistry – Masters Aeronautical Engineering at the Imperial College London
Miresh is in his fourth year of study in aeronautical engineering at Imperial College London where he specialises in advanced turbulent flows, aerodynamics and mathematics. During his studies he won the Aeronautics Student Centenary Prize for the best design project as well as the Headmasters’ award for highest achieving student of advanced mathematics and physics. Eager to transmit his passion and knowledge to other people, Miresh has been involved in different social and humanitarian projects including a Global Brigades Rainwater Harvesting Project in Ghana. Miresh has been selected for the Astrium Graduate Scheme and will start working as a Mechanical, Thermal & Propulsion graduate Engineer at Astrium in Stevenage.
Kyle Palmer – Msc in Astronautics and Space Engineering at Cranfield University
After obtaining his Bachelor in physics and mathematics with a First Class award at the University of Glasgow, Kyle is now completing an Msc in Astronautics and Space Engineering at Cranfield University. He always wanted to work in the field of space. Right from his VIP placement at the Johnson Space Centre in Texas where he interacted with space scientists, engineers and astronauts, to his First Prize of Astronomy of his former university. After the course, he would like to use his physics and mathematics expertise to work in the space industry. Last but not least, Kyle, who lived many years in Malaysia, would like to work in a multicultural environment, for example in one of Astrium’s site in Europe. He has been offered a job as Mission Systems Engineer at Astrium Stevenage.