We're the MechSoc committee for the 2019/20 academic year and we are determined to keep MechSoc the best departmental society in Surrey.
We strive to provide unforgettable socials and academic events to bring you one step closer to your dream career.
We're all MES students from different study levels and have been involved in MechSoc in the past, as signatories, committee members or members
We can't wait to get to know all of you!
I chose to study Biomedical Engineering after designing a couple of award-winning medical rehabilitation devices as part of a young researchers team.
I am also the president of Surrey Archery Club for 2019/20.
My aims this year include running the club smoothly and productively as well as ensuring all our members feel included and look forward to return to our events!
My love for Physics and Maths drove me to study Mechanical Engineering.
I am also PetSoc's Treasurer and I am involved with the University as a Senior Student Ambassador.
I'll be involved in making sure everything runs smoothly in the organisation of MechSoc and also be the President's aid.
For me, Mechsoc is the perfect way to support my studies with the help of fellow engineers and have some fun along the way at our events!
I initially chose Aerospace Engineering because I really like maths and like the idea of applying it in engineering. However, after first year my interest in math made me switch courses and I'm now a Mathematics student!
I'm your new social secretary and also the president of Pole Fitness.
My aim this year is to keep the standard of Mechsoc events high and provide a wide range of exciting socials and alcoholic-free events for all tastes and interests!
I study aerospace engineering because I like planes and spacecraft!
As your outreach officer, I will be responsible for organising events with external speakers and companies.
I consider Mechsoc the perfect opportunity to develop yourself as an engineer and connect with other people in the field!
I chose to study mechanical engineering as a more practical approach to my love for physics and maths at A Levels.
I'm doing a research placement a partner university in Lyon, France.
Having been President two years ago and restarting it from dormancy, I aim to help our committee avoid making the mistakes I did and make the most of the resources we now have in place, hopefully making it the most successful year for Mechsoc yet!
My skills in mathematics and mechanical design lead me choose to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering.
I have previously been the President of the Surrey Karate Club and am currently the Treasurer of the Surrey Consulting Society. I have also been the Course Rep for my year group for 3 years running.
I hope to support all students across MES, from freshers’ to final years, and to encourage people to me more involved with MechSoc.