Tom Hill (Bristol) graduated in July 2012 with a first class BEng from the University of Bristol, and is in the finishing stages of an EPSRC funded PhD, also at the University of Bristol. During his PhD he developed methods to compute normal forms for complex multiple-degree-of-freedom nonlinear systems. Since February 2015 he has been working as an EPSRC-funded postdoctoral research with Prof. Simon Neild at the University of Bristol.
Rick Lupton (Cambridge) was awarded his PhD in January 2015. He began in 2011 as an EPSRC DTA student with CASE support from Garrad Hassan and worked on the dynamics of wind turbines. He is now employed as a post-doctoral researcher in Cambridge working on sustainable engineering.