MEng Final Year Project Showcase
Wednesday 28th April 2021 - 1pm - 2.30pm
You are warmly invited to join us on Wednesday 28 April from 1:00 pm - 2:30pm for the School of Engineering and Materials Science MEng Project Showcase Online.
This occasion is an opportunity for our industrial partners to learn more about collaborating with the School of Engineering and Materials Science on Final Year Projects and to view some of the best projects from the 2020 -2021 academic year.
- 1pm - Welcome and Introduction
- 1.15pm - Student Presentations (please feel free to navigate the different sessions as you please)
How to Navigate
There will be a short welcome talk at 1pm followed by a series of student presentations. You will be able to navigate between the different sessions from this page.
This is an informal event giving you an opportunity to get a taste of the kind of projects happening in the School of Engineering and Materials Science. There are 4 student project sessions that you will be able to navigate between. The sessions are outlined below. You can enter the sessions by using the buttons under each heading.
Please feel free to go in and out of the sessions at your leisure.
How to access each session
- Click on the link for the session - this will open in a new tab (Chrome and Firefox are recommended)
- Enter your details - please use your QMUL address if you are a student or staff member
- Hit register - this will take you into the event
Professor James Busfield will welcome you to the MEng Final Year Project Showcase.
Novel air filter to suppress viral load in confined space
Supervisors: Dr Eldad Avital, Dr Fariborz Motallebi
Materials Science and Chemical Engineering
3D Printed Cellular Composites for Impact Mitigation or Crash Energy Absorption 3D Printed Cellular Composite
Supervisors: Dr Wei Tan, Dr Han Zhang
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The crashworthiness of carbon nanotube composite electrodes for applications
Supervisors: Dr Wei Tan, Prof James Busfield
Mechanical Engineering and Robotics
Design and development of a 3D-printed anthropomorphic robot hand with embedded tactile sensors
Supervisors: Dr Lorenzo Jamone, Dr Ketao Zhang, Prof Kaspar Althoefer