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.
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 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