I am a materials engineer with a very strong interest in the aerospace industry and the engineering challenges it poses. I have hands-on experience with thermal management systems, high temperature materials, composites, and alloys. To me, aerospace engineering represents the exploration of the final frontier, and the future of humanity. I am thoroughly committed to making my contribution to it.
2014 - 2017 PhD Researcher – Optimising additive manufacturing of high temperature ceramics and composites for aerospace applications.
2015 - 2017 Additive Manufacturing Consultant – Performing consulting work for Element 6 Ltd related to 3D printing of complex ceramic geometries.
2012 - 2012 Samsung Electronics Internship - 11 week internship working in Samsung’s semiconductor research and development centre in South Korea.
2009 - 2010 NRGIT Ltd – Technician repairing and refurbishing Dell monitors and laptops.
2014 - 2017 Centre for Advanced Structural Ceramics
PhD in Materials Research
2012 - 2013 Imperial College London, Department of Materials
MSc in Advanced Materials Science and Engineering, Distinction. (Equiv. GPA 4.0-4.3)
2009 - 2012 Imperial College London, Department of Materials
BEng in Materials Science and Engineering, First Class Hons. (Equiv. GPA 4.0-4.3)
2007 - 2009 Canford School
A Levels in Maths (A), Physics (A), Chemistry (A) and Design (A)
2014 5 months travelling and teaching English in East Asia.
2013 4 months as assistant studio manager at Adorned Tattoo Studio, dealing with difficult customers, cheeky suppliers and rowdy tattoo artists.
Worked with people from an extremely diverse range of nationalities and backgrounds
Extensive report writing skills, having authored 5 scientific papers
Good public speaking, having presented my work at 7 international conferences
Strong lab skills with most major characterization technologies
Working knowledge of Solidworks, Comsol, Matlab, G-code, Python
Spanish Language (conversational level)
Interests & Activities
I adore astronomy and am a member of the British Interplanetary Society. I am a strong advocate of the Wikipedia project and have written and edited a number of articles.
I have been lucky enough to travel extensively throughout Europe, East Asia and North America, and have enjoyed volunteering and teaching. I am a very keen photographer and thoroughly enjoy an adventurous dog walk.
Awards and Positions of Responsibility
2016 American Ceramic Society Roland B. Snow Award ($1500)
2016 FEI Microscopy Image Contest Winner ($400)
2015 Materials Today Cover Competition Winner
2014 PhD Scholarship (£15900/yr)
2013 Elected Department Representative by cohort, representing 400 students
2012 Armourers' and Brasiers' Company Award for best final year project
2012 Ernest Edward Glorney Scholarship for Academic Excellence (£500)
2012 ‘Dean’s list’ for attaining mark average in top 10% of the year group
2011 ‘Dean’s list’ for attaining mark average in top 10% of the year group
2010 EPSRC bursary for Research Placement (£2500)
2007 Academic scholarship to Canford School (£2400/yr)
Peer Reviewed Publications
Robocasting of Structural Ceramic Parts with Hydrogel Inks
Ezra Feilden, Esther Garcia Tunon Blanca, Finn Giuliani, Eduardo Saiz, Luc Vandeperre
Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 36, 2525-2533 (2016)
Micromeachanical Strength of Al2O3 Platelets
Ezra Feilden, Tommaso Giovannini, Na Ni, Claudio Ferraro, Edurado Saiz, Luc Vandeperre, Finn Giuliani
Scripta Materialia (2016) (submitted)
3D Printing with Ceramic Platelets
Ezra Feilden, Claudio Ferraro, Finn Giuliani, Luc Vandeperre, Eduardo Saiz
Materials Today, 19, 9, 544-545 (2016) (in press)
3D Printing a Graphene-based Supercapacitor using Thermo-responsive Inks
Victoria Rocha, Esther Tuñón, Foivos Markoulidis, Ezra Feilden, Eleonora D’Elia, Na Ni, Milo Shaffer, Eduardo Saiz
Advanced Materials (2016) (submitted)
The Hardness of ZrB2 between 1373 K and 2273 K
Jianye Wang, Ezra Feilden, Luc Vandeperre, Finn Giuliani
Advanced Ceramic Coatings and Materials for Extreme Environments II, 187-195 (2012)
References (Engineering, Business and Academic) Available upon Request
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