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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Angus Elliott MEng CEng MIFireE

Published: 22/11/2021

Whether it’s carrying out a fire risk assessment on an historic building, developing a fire strategy for a large train station, or even just a small piece of work for a local school project, I get huge satisfaction from being part of a team that delivers tangible benefits to communities and society. …

Jin Xuan PhD CEng FIMechE FHEA

Jin Xuan PhD CEng FIMechE FHEA

Published: 16/08/2021

My research focuses on renewable and low-carbon energy engineering such as fuel cells, solar fuels and Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) to tackle the Energy Trilemma of energy security, energy equity (accessibility and affordability) and environmental sustainability. …

EUR ING. Lakmal Senanayake MPhil MSc MCGI GCGI CEng CITP CMgr IntPE IEng (SL) FIET FBCS MCMI MIIE (SL)

EUR ING. Lakmal Senanayake MPhil MSc MCGI GCGI CEng CITP CMgr IntPE IEng (SL) FIET FBCS MCMI MIIE (SL)

Published: 30/07/2021

I value the recognition in the local and international Engineering fraternity. The benefits of becoming a chartered professional are many and vary for each day’s responsibility and each speciality. …

Helen Cavill CEng MIMechE MIET

Helen Cavill CEng MIMechE MIET

Published: 21/07/2021

If every child was exposed to what engineering is really like by the age of 11 or 12, ideally through practical activity and positive role models, I think it would spur many more children to embark on this exciting career path and improve gender imbalance in the profession. …

Tristan Self MSc BSc (Hons) CEng MIET

Tristan Self MSc BSc (Hons) CEng MIET

Published: 28/06/2021

I love the fact that each day is different and that I get the unique opportunity to investigate cutting-edge technologies and put them to work. …

Shahzeb Hassan MEng CEng PEng MIChemE

Shahzeb Hassan MEng CEng PEng MIChemE

Published: 28/05/2021

I am the first CEng in the organisation; I have developed a path for other engineers to follow and it will be very beneficial for the organisation to have more professionally recognised engineers. …

Paula Louise Pritchard PGDip MEng CEng MIET MINCOSE

Paula Louise Pritchard PGDip MEng CEng MIET MINCOSE

Published: 10/06/2021

For professional standing and respect, I want to be able to say I’m a Chartered Engineer (CEng). My employer, AWE, has a training scheme that lays down the path to Chartered status and they also cover the cost of my professional registration. …

Sarah Beswick MEng CEng MRAeS

Sarah Beswick MEng CEng MRAeS

Published: 28/04/2021

Becoming a CEng directly benefitted my career by making me eligible to hold a Letter of Airworthiness Authority, a privilege delegated from the Chief Engineer allowing me to sign off on solutions and giving me responsibility for my area. …

Jagadish Babu CEng C.WEM MCIWEM

Jagadish Babu CEng C.WEM MCIWEM

Published: 19/05/2021

I am the first Chartered Engineer from CIWEM in India. That makes me feel proud. …

Marie-Louise Hodgson BEng(Hons) MSc CEng FCIHT

Marie-Louise Hodgson BEng(Hons) MSc CEng FCIHT

Published: 12/05/2021

It took me a while to discover engineering, but when I did it fitted perfectly, and it’s great that engineering allows us to make a real contribution to the lives of people and the environment. …

Ir Peter Y Wong BSc LLB LLM CEng FIET Hon FCIBSE Hon FHKIE

Ir Peter Y Wong BSc LLB LLM CEng FIET Hon FCIBSE Hon FHKIE

Published: 06/05/2021

I believe that one of the greatest challenges in engineering is the need to cooperate with other disciplines and to be a team player. …