Best MEng project!

15 March 2016

Best MEng project!
Congratulations to Awais Ijaz, Mohamed Mohamed, David Stacey, Kenny Vo and Pryag Chamund who won the best MEng project at the 2016 ILF event.

The students designed a portable wind turbine which could generate power to support infrastructure at refugee camps which are situated in Eastern Europe, specifically Turkey. The panel of judges were very impressed by the simplicity of the design and the potential of the device to be commericalised.

The project is supervised by Adam Sutcliffe and Nobuoki Ohtani
Contact:Dr Tina Chowdhury

Updated by: Corinne Hanlon