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CUCES Committee 2016-2017

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Careers Representative
Ray Aun Fan
Hi! My name is Ray and I am a CET IIB student at Magdalene College. As the 20162017 CUCES Careers Representative, I am involved in connecting to companies to organise company sessions and pursuing sponsorship for our key social events. The highlights of our careers calendar include various lunchtime presentations by companies, the annual Careers Panel featuring department alumni and business leaders as well as (hopefully!) a site visit for keen chemical engineering students! If you’re a company or individual with a strong commitment and involvement in chemical engineering, feel free to add me on LinkedIn or email me at !    



Social Secretary
Vid Mehta
Hi, I’m Vid. I’m a Part IIB (via NatSci) from Emmanuel and the current Social Secretary of CUCES. My job is to organise social events for the members of the department so that students can get to know each other in a less formal, academic context. My hope is that these kind of events will make the department a friendlier place altogether. Specifically, I hope to organise or help coordinate formals at various colleges, the department Christmas dinner, and the black tie annual dinner, along with the Frank Morton sports day, which sees chemical engineering departments from around the UK participating in sports competitions.



IT & Publicity Officer
Pawat Silawattakun
Hi! I’m Pawat, a part IIA at Robinson and the CUCES IT & Publicity Officer for 201617. My role in CUCES is to support our career and social events by advertising them to our members and to the university through email and social media. I am also in charge of maintaining the CUCES website and calendar, and providing the Committee with technical support. Furthermore, I am responsible for the Undergraduate Focus section of CEB Focus, the department’s publication. If you have any ideas or suggestions for our website or for articles in CEB Focus, please feel free to email me at .



Pathorn Achakulwisut
Hi! I’m Pathorn, a part IIA student from Emmanuel and your CUCES Secretary! My job is to keep you all updated on the goingson within the department, including both careers and social events, in addition to making sure that they all run smoothly. CUCES organises a huge number of great events every year, and I genuinely want to encourage everyone to go to as many as possible – they’re such great opportunities which is truly unique to the Chemical Engineering department. So do feel free to offer any suggestions for what you’d like us to do!


Hannah Bryson-Jones
Part I rep
Hi, I’m Hannah from Emmanuel and I’m the Part I rep this year. My job is to get Part I students involved in CUCES events and helping to organise events to help part Is to get to know each other. To do this I will be sending you messages on Facebook and talking in Part I lectures about the different ways you can get involved with events and meet new people in the department. I don’t know everyone yet but feel free to come and chat to me about what CUCES is up to, or email me at



Adil Patwary
Hi, I’m Adil, a part IIA student from Homerton College and a keen committee member of CUCES. My role within the committee is to ensure we are financially prepared for any of our events. I do the bookkeeping, keep an expenditure log of the society expenses and attempt to reduce costs, but do more! I am sure you will all proactively take part in the various events we organise. Let me assure you that we have events for everyone. We’re all a great bunch! If you have any queries or want to chat with a Chem Eng rep, drop me an email
Nikolas Tipos
Hi, I’m Nikolas, Part IIB at St. Catharine’s and CUCES President for 2016 17.
I am responsible for keeping everything running as smoothly as possible by keeping in close contact with all the other committee members and addressing any issues we might come across. I hope to keep providing the student body with useful and interesting careers talks as well as fun, social events. It is important that everyone in the society feels like CUCES is there to help them; if you have any suggestions or comments, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me at and/or our committee through .