Rebecca joined the Engineering and Tech teams at Carpmaels & Ransford in 2020, after graduating from Imperial College London with a Master’s degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
During her degree, Rebecca had the opportunity to gain a variety of industrial experiences, from CPU design and verification at Arm, to bio-medical devices research and development in the Next Generation Neural Interfaces Lab at Imperial College London. Her final year project focussed on building a machine learning model that was trained to identify the material composition of household waste items. This information was then used to guide a user on how to recycle, through integration with an iOS application that was also developed as part of the project. Upon graduation, Rebecca was awarded both a Union Colour and the Dennis Gabor prize for her contributions to student and departmental life through her work as president of her university’s Electrical Engineering society, EESoc.
In her free time, Rebecca is a keen musician, and enjoys playing jazz on saxophone and piano, or ‘woodwind doubling’ in musicals on clarinet, saxophone and flute. She also loves sport, specifically lacrosse, cheerleading and weightlifting.
- MEng Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Imperial College London)