Dr Tingting Zhu has been awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship 2019

13th November 2019

Dr Tingting Zhu, Associate Research Fellow of St Hilda’s College, has been announced as one of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s 2019 Research Fellows, each of whom receives five years’ worth of funding and mentorship to advance their research careers.

Dr Zhu works on the development of machine learning for healthcare applications. Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowships enable early-career researchers to concentrate on basic research in any field of engineering. As an awardee, Dr Zhu will receive mentoring from experienced Academy Fellows, providing the valuable advice and industry links that enables researchers to establish themselves as future leaders in their fields. She said, “It is an incredible honour to receive this highly competitive fellowship as an academic in engineering. I am grateful to the department for their support for my fellowship. Being an Engineering for Development Research Fellow allows me to not only create next-generation engineering systems for addressing problems in healthcare, but also to transfer and deploy them in the developing world.”

Many congratulations! Find out more about to Dr Zhu's work and awards.