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Melisa Kaner is a recent graduate of the University of Warwick where she studied for her master's degree in Systems Engineering. It was there that Melisa worked on the control systems for the University of Warwick Search & Rescue UAV which was showcased at AU Las Vegas and AU London in 2017. More recently, Melisa is a part of the Future of British Manufacturing Initiative where she has created an innovative predictive maintenance system using IoT. Melisa begins her career as a technical consultant within Autodesk later this year.
Currently in my second year studying for a PhD, investigating how additive manufacturing can be used in orthopaedic implants and joint replacements, with sponsorship from Renishaw plc. Answering tough questions like: how do we replicate the properties of bone with metal?
Also a FoBMI ambassador at Autodesk, teaching Fusion 360 and running workshops for like-minded engineers and makers. Love helping out at hackathons and involving myself if possible with projects linking art, design and engineering, often in conjunction with Imperial College Advanced Hackspace.
I come from the Canary Islands, in Spain. I am a Design Engineer undergraduate at Imperial. I love to work on projects where I can develop my imagination to create things that make a difference. In the future I want to work on projects based in the great outdoors or involving sports. I am also interested in art and environmental issues.
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Royal College of Art
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University of Warwick
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Professor Peter Childs, Head of School,
Dyson School of Design Engineering, Imperial College London
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