Profiles of people associated with EPSRC including Fellows, Council members and EPSRC staff. Please use the filters to customise the listing on this page.
Francesca Romana Medda is a Professor in Transport and Infrastructure at the University College London, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering.
Tom Melham is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of Balliol College, where he is Praefectus and Tutor in Computation. He is also Associate Head (Research) of Oxford’s Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division.
Dr Gillian Menzies is an Associate Professor of Environment and Climate Change at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. She has been in post since 2000, has a track record of research in Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and sustainability, and is Director of the RAEng Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Building Design.
Professor Nicole Metje is a Professor of Infrastructure Monitoring in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Birmingham. Her research focusses on buried infrastructure and the development and use of sensing technologies to see through the ground and/or assess the condition of infrastructure assets.
Dr Will Midgley is a Lecturer in Mechatronics and Control Systems Engineering in the Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering at Loughborough University. His main focus is research into methods for improving the efficiency, reliability and safety of electric and hybrid vehicles. He joined Loughborough University after three years working in the Vibration Research Group at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Japan.
Gerard Milburn obtained a PhD in theoretical Physics from the University of Waikato in 1982 for work on squeezed states of light and quantum nondemolition measurements. He was appointed to a postdoctoral research assistantship in the Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London in 1983.
Rob Millar is the Head of Electrical for Williams Advanced Engineering, the technology and engineering services business of the Williams Group.
Dr Katy Milne is a Chief Engineer at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), part of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult. Katy is the project lead for DRAMA - a part of the Aerospace Technology Institute programme, which will develop digitally twinned additive manufacturing test bed facilities.
Kenny Mitchell is research head of Disney Research UK, professor of computing with Edinburgh Napier University and an Imagineer. His work on real-time vision and computer graphics reaches across all Disney business units with over 20 patent filings in the past five years.
Dr Helen Mitrani is a Lecturer in Civil Engineering at Newcastle University and a Chartered Engineer.
Dafne Zuleima Morgado Ramirez is a Biomedical Engineer and Research Associate at University College London exploring the appropriateness and interaction opportunities of manual wheelchairs with power assist devices. Prior to joining the Interaction Centre (UCLIC), her first postdoctoral position was at the UCL Institute of Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Science in the Wearable Assistive Materials project.
Dr Despina Moschou (MEng, PhD) is a Lecturer and 50th-anniversary Prize Fellow in Bioelectronics, within the Centre for Biosensors, Bioelectronics and Biodevices (C3Bio), Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering at the University of Bath.
Adrian Mulholland is Professor of Chemistry, and Head of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, at the University of Bristol.
Professor Andy Neely is Pro-Vice-Chancellor: Enterprise and Business Relations at the University of Cambridge, Head of the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) and Head of the Manufacturing and Management Division of Cambridge University Engineering Department. He is a Fellow of Sidney Sussex College and Founding Director of the Cambridge Service Alliance. He is widely recognized for his work on the servitization of manufacturing, as well as his work on performance measurement and management. Previously he has held appointments at Cranfield University, London Business School, Cambridge University, where he was a Fellow of Churchill College, Nottingham University, where he completed his PhD and British Aerospace. He was Deputy Director of AIM Research – the UK’s management research initative – from 2003 until 2012 and was elected a Fellow of the Sunningdale Institute in 2005, a Fellow of the British Academy of Management in 2007, an Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences in 2008 and a Fellow of the European Operations Management Association in 2009.
Imperial College London
University of Leeds
Dr Helen Neville is Vice President, Corporate R&D at Procter and Gamble (P&G). She joined P&G in 1987 with a degree in Chemistry from Durham University and PhD in Organic Chemistry from the University of Southampton.
Pauline Neville-Jones is a member of EPSRC. From 2010 to 2011 she was Minister of State in the Home Office responsible for Security and Counter terrorism and a member of the National Security Council. On stepping down from government she became the Prime Minister’s Special Representative to Business on Cyber Security until March 2014.
Professor Newnes, undertakes research in cost modelling, information management, data analytics, manufacturing and design. Her work is industry facing focussing on the Manufacturing lifecycle for products and systems i.e. from Genesis Design through to Reuse/Recycle/Re-purpose.
Jane Nicholson is the Director for Research Base at EPSRC. This includes oversight of EPSRC investments in research in the core disciplines such as Engineering, Physical Sciences, ICT and Maths; research infrastructure; and its investment in support for people.
Andy Nield is an accountant by profession, and a Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants. He is currently the Finance Director for the University of Bristol having joined the University in that role in late 2008.
University of Oxford
University of Bristol
Martin O'Brien is head of the Theory & Modelling Department at the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy. The Department includes both plasma and materials scientists. His own area of expertise is wave and kinetic effects in fusion plasmas.
Dr O'Donovan is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Heriot‐Watt University, Edinburgh and is the Director of the Scottish Institute for Solar Energy Research (SISER). His has a research background and expertise in thermal science which he applies to the development of solar technology for energy conversion, storage and systems integration.