Who’s taking part in the Milliampere Zone

I’m an Engineer, Get me out of here! is back this June. Between the 10th and the 21st, students at 13 schools will be putting their questions to 6 engineers in the Milliampere Zone.

For the latest news and announcements about the event, find us on Twitter @iaegooh, and follow the hashtag, #IAEUK.

The Milliampere Zone is a general zone supported by the Science & Technology Facilities Council.

Ryan Smith | Engineer, The Science & Technology Facilities Council

Ryan designs and builds cameras that go to space, looking back at Earth or out to the stars.

Nadine Priestman | Technical Administrator, Rolls-Royce plc

Nadine processes hardware kits containing engine parts, such as fuel pumps, blades, bolts and seals for aeroplanes worldwide.

Matt Keith | Engineer, University of Birmingham

Matt is trying to figure out how to recycle really big things like bikes, cars and even aeroplanes!

Emma Hancock | Software Engineering Apprentice, The Science & Technology Facilities Council

Emma is an apprentice in the second year of a University degree. Emma works on a range of projects, currently working on software for detector systems.

Daniel Wye | Flight Controls Engineer, Ministry of Defence

Daniel is working on the Lightning II F-35B fighter plane.

Allanah Green | E2E Integration Analyst, BT

Allanah works on the BT Sport App, using various tests and software to make sure users have the best experience.

The Schools

  • The Wellington Academy, Ludgershall
  • Preston Lodge High School, East Lothian
  • Arbroath High School, Angus
  • Beech Hill Community Primary School, Wigan
  • St Anne’s Roman Catholic High School, Stockport
  • Heaton Avenue Primary School, Cleckheaton
  • St John’s School & Sixth Form College, Bishop Auckland
  • The Long Eaton School, Nottingham
  • Stanhope Primary School, South Shields
  • The Sydney Russell School, Dagenham
  • Tonbridge Grammar School, Tonbridge
  • The Charles Dickens School, Broadstairs
  • Haileybury Almaty, Kazakhstan
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