South West and Welsh YPPC Section Heat

South West and Welsh YPPC Section Heat: Online

Code
7707
Date
22/10/2020 18:00 - 21:00
Description

Come and witness the best and brightest young talent from the South West and Welsh Sections at their joint annual YPPC Heat as they battle it out for a place at the IGEM YPPC final.

Online
This is a free of charge event

Come and witness the best and brightest young talent from the South West and Welsh Sections at their joint annual YPPC Heat as they battle it out for a place at the IGEM YPPC final.

This is a great opportunity to show your support for some of the industry's greatest young minds and hear about projects and innovations in your local area.

The confirmed shortlisted entrants are:

Chigozie Umeozulu, Graduate
Post Buncefield Explosion Improvements

Henry James, First Line Manager - Capital Delivery Projects, Wales & West Utilities 
Aligning the operations parameters of PEM electrolysis with the operating pressures of the UK's gas distribution networks

Julie Chou, Asset Officer, Wales & West Utilities
A shrinkage strategy for a net zero carbon network

Matthew Davies, Asset Officer, Wales & West Utilities
Don't be Stupid, be Sustainable!

Adam Keenor, Strategy Support Assistant, Wales & West Utilities
How to herd cats

Katie Ling, Customer Support Officer, Wales & West Utilities
Coaching, Supporting and Optimising

Adam Thomas, Network Services Apprentice, Wales & West Utilities
Renewable Solution for Pressure Profiling

Luke Treharne, Assistant Operation Engineer, Wales & West Utilities
Regulator Control Monitoring - Predictive Analysis

David Noakes, Network Support Analyst, Wales & West Utilities
Impact of Power Generation and Biomethane on Analysis

The heat winners, one from each section will receive a £250 prize and secure a place in the YPPC final. The heat runner-up from each section will receive £100.

The winner of the final will get the trip of a lifetime to the World Gas Conference 2021 in South Korea. In addition, all the finalists will have their papers published in IGEM’s respected journal, Gi.

Email southwest@igem.org.uk or call +44 (0)1509 678 150