The University honours the memory of alumnus Ray Fiveash
Double nuclear graduate Sunchi shares her story of defying the odds to become one of the few Black women specialising in nuclear energy technology.
Recent electrical engineering graduate Inge-Sarah Andersen has been featured in the Institute of Engineering and Technology's E&T Magazine.
Alumnus Ronjon Nag (BSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering, 1984) reflects on the success of his prize, supporting student entrepreneurs at Birmingham.
The Ronjon Nag Entrepreneurship Competition is a £5,000 prize for the student tech project with the strongest commercial potential. Well done to all the finalists and congratulations to our 2020 winner Michael Haydock!
Introduction to alumni by Peter Garner, Head of the Department of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering
Introduction to alumni by Karl Dearn, Head of the Department of Civil Engineering
Introduction to alumni by Chris Good, Head of the School of Mathematics and further detail from Professor Dave Smith.
Introduction to alumni by Mark Lee, Deputy Head of the School of Computer Science
Introduction to alumni by Mike Gunn, Head of the School of Physics & Astronomy
Introduction to alumni by Mark Simmons, Head of the School of Chemical Engineering
Peter graduated from Chemical Engineering in 1966. He had an illustrious career in sports cars but little is known about his early life. If you remember Peter, have any stories or photos we'd love to hear from you.