Dr Petra Ágota Szilágyi


Research Group News

April 2022

BEng poster prize winner, Ghala Alsaigh

BEng Research Project poster prize winners at ILF April 2022

6 April 2022

Selected 3rd year BEng students presented posters on their research projects at the Industrial Liaison on 6th April 2022. We had over 50 external visitors at the event from industry as well as Alumni. The posters were displayed at the Final Year Student Project Showcase in the morning, where a fantastic selection … [more]

November 2021

Dr Szilágyi, FRSC

Dr Petra Ágota Szilágyi admitted as Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry

9 November 2021

Dr Petra Szilágyi's contributions to chemical research and education have been recognised by her admission as Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. Her name was included in the register section of the Times newspaper for Thursday 21st October 2021. Dr Szilágyi's research group focuses … [more]

October 2021

Dr Ian Collins

Dr Ian Collins joins SEMS as Visiting Professor

13 October 2021

SEMS welcomes Dr Ian Collins who joins as Visiting Professor Ian has recently retired from BP. Whilst at BP, Ian established and led their Upstream Chemical Sciences Unit from 2015. Ian was instrumental in diversifying Upstream chemistry into technical areas supporting the energy transition such as geothermal drilling, carbon capture, utilisation … [more]

June 2021

Science & Engineering Summer Research Interns and supervisory team

Science & Engineering Summer Research Internships for BAME Undergraduate Students in SEMS

14 June 2021

As part of the Science & Engineering Faculty’s mission to transfer horizons for all students, the School Management Team are delighted to report that SEMS have won four S&E Summer Research Internships for BAME Undergraduate Students. Following a rigorous selection process examining the quality of the … [more]

June 2020

WES Top 50 Women in Engineering award winner, Dr Petra Ágota Szilágyi

Queen Mary researcher recognised in WES Top 50 Women in Engineering

23 June 2020

Now in its fifth year, the 2020 WE50 celebrates women who have made a significant contribution within sustainability. Winning nominees were required to provide evidence of their successful support of UNESCO’s Sustainable Development Goals or the Net Zero Carbon Programme, and their responses were judged by a panel of industry … [more]