Recognition for Research Assistant’s valuable work

Alex Borman of the School of Engineering, University of Lincoln, has been recognised for his ongoing industrial and academic work. His industry work with e2v- a global design, development manufacturer in technology systems has presented a synergistic function alongside his current work as Research Assistant and PhD Student at the University of Lincoln.

Alex Borman

In between his ongoing research, Alex (pictured) tutors Level 1 mechanical engineering students in modules such as statics, as well as computing for engineers, a module which focuses on basic coding for systems.

Alex has been recognised for his outstanding work in both industry and academia and was featured in the Lincolnshire Echo. Alex is a passionate member of staff and makes plenty of time for his work and the students he mentors.

Alex has also been involved with initiatives such as Go4SET, helping educate young minds to promote the importance of STEM subjects within industry (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

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