Future Innovator category of KTP Best of the Best Awards 2020 spotlights career potential and innovation impact of talented KTP Associates

From health to manufacturing, energy to engineering, AI to construction, the diversity of projects led by KTP Associates is a reminder of how extensive the career opportunities are for talented Graduates and Post Grads to make an impact in innovation via KTP.

With an unprecedented number of entries for the Future Innovator category this year, judges had a tough task singling out these Finalists, but here are the 18 KTP Associates that really caught their eye.

The KTP Virtual Awards Ceremony is brought to you this year in partnership with our colleagues at Immerse UK (the UK’s network for immersive technologies) and will be held in the Laval Virtual World from 4-5pm on Wednesday 9 September. Join us to celebrate all the winners – register here.

Health-related projects:

Leona McGirr: Creating an Antibody Library for fully human antibodies.

Swapnil Khadke: Creating new liposome formulations for application in drug delivery

Blessing Mbipom Creating online learning for GPs.

Infrastructure-related projects:

Muddasar Anwar  Delivering innovation for Sustainable Drainage System to prevent flooding.

Laurence Foster: Innovations to “print” structures, transforming house building.

Declan Bryans: Creating greener energy with innovations in flow batteries.

Mark Gilmore: Development of new class of greener ionic liquid, with multiple potential applications.

Tech-related projects:

Lyndsey McKirdy: Enhancing data science capability at Aggreko.

Xi Liu: Using AI to develop fraud detection and prevention services for law firm.

Alex Komninos: Transforming spreadsheets in to cognitive models at IBM

Materials-related projects

Khai Nguyen: Inventing a new silicone composite for consumer fixing brand, Sugru.

Dmitry Bogachov: Advancing Materials Science for Anilox technology.

Declan Bryans: Creating greener energy with innovations in flow batteries.

Mark Gilmore: Development of new class of greener ionic liquid, with multiple potential applications.

Manufacturing-related projects

Dan Hicks: Developing a new design and testing process for electric trails bikes.

George Harris: Developing advanced engineering for intruder detection systems.

Business-transformation related projects:

Andrew Grounds: Transforming business models for Social Enterprise.

Jack Tallant: Super-charging reporting and delivery of Charity’s activities.

Harvey Kangley: Delivering exceptional NPD in rail electrification.

Elle Perschke: Applying B2C methodologies to launch a new product within a B2B company.

The Future Innovator category of the KTP Awards is supported by Ashorne Hill – a specialist training company which runs training programmes for all KTP Associates.

Want to find out more about working as a KTP Associate? More information here, and see the latest vacancies here.

 

 

 

 

 

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