Michael graduated in 2011 with MSci in Physics. He had completed a SEPnet sponsored internship at QinetiQ during the summer of his third year of study and, as a result, was pleased to be accepted onto QinetiQ's graduate scheme after graduation.
After graduating with a BSc in Physics in 2009, Gareth went on to do a year of postgraduate study in Economics. Gareth now works in the financial industry as a risk analyst, a job not directly related to physics but the extensive problem solving skills he learned in his degree help him in his new job immensely.
Michelle graduated with an MSci in physics 2007. Shortly after she attended a short volunteering placement at a school in Tanzania. She then took a conversion masters' degree for numerate graduates in Civil Engineering at University of Southampton, from which she graduated with distinction in 2009. Following a short placement in Accra, Ghana working on a Bus Rapid Transit Scheme in early January, she has since been working exclusively on projects in Uganda.
After graduating with an MSci in Physics 2007, Elizabeth did various voluntary work, seeking a job in Science Communication. She then trained in science communication in Cardiff for a year and is currently a Learning Facilitator at Centre of the Cell in London
After finishing her maths and physics degree at RHUL, Melissa did a PhD at Queen Mary University of London in Exp Particle Physics working on T2K. Then onto a postdoctoral research fellow position at Sussex working on the cryo Neutron EDM experiment.
Since graduating with an MSci degree in Physics in 2006, Neil have successfully completed a PhD entitled “Patterned Thin Film Cathodes for Micro-Solid Oxide Fuel Cells” (July 2010) at Imperial College London. He has since accepted a postdoctoral position in Tsukuba, Japan for 2011.
Following his graduation from Royal Holloway in 2006 with a BSc in Physics, Simon completed a one year (50 week) Masters at Cranfield University leaving with an MSc in Astronautics and Space Engineering. He started in his current position working for Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) as a Systems Engineer in 2007.
After graduating with a PhD in Physics 2002, he joined the Met Office as part of their graduate recruitment process. Luke worked for the Met office for 5 years before moving on to the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). He is currently working at ECMWF as a part of the MACC project.
Darren graduated with MSci in Theoretical Physics 1998 and was swiftly accepted onto a graduate training scheme with a science-based company called AEA Technology plc. He later trained to become a Chartered Accountant at Arthur Andersen and is currently working as Chief Financial Officer at Gama Group Ltd.