Smarter campus workshop Part I - Amit Sinha and Heidi Riley - Smarter planet comes to you - York
by Smarter Planet Students for a, Chapter at Students for a Smarter Planet on May 04, 2011
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Amit Sinha and Heidi Riley will lead us through a workshop exploring how university life will change in the future, providing an interactive opportunity for participants to showcase their own ideas on ...
Amit Sinha and Heidi Riley will lead us through a workshop exploring how university life will change in the future, providing an interactive opportunity for participants to showcase their own ideas on how we can turn our university into a Smarter Campus.
Vice President & Executive Director - Europe, Co-President - SFSP York, Students for a Smarter Planet
Amit Sinha, the Co-President of SFSP at York is now in his final year of a Computer Science degree. As well as being Co-President, Amit splits his time between his duties as Vice President and Executive Director – Europe, for SFSP and serving on SFSP’s Global Advisory Board. Indeed, since arriving at York, Amit has made quite an impression on both the student body and faculty. Even in his first year, he became both the Computer Science Board of Studies Representative and the first Faculty Representative for the Core Sciences, roles in which he pushed through important changes. Outside of York, Amit has seen great success, gaining an award as one of the Top 20 Student Contributors in IBM’s Smarter Planet University JAM in 2009, and participating in IBM’s EMEA Best Student Recognition event 2010. He is also currently a Student Partner for Microsoft.
Secretary - SFSP York
Heidi Riley serves as Secretary for the York chapter of SFSP, and is a first year Theoretical Physics student here at the University of York. Having a particular interest in nanotechnology, she feels particularly drawn to the idea that by applying innovative design and intelligent thinking, we can transform the seemingly mundane into tools and machines that can shape our future. To support this, she is also actively involved in Physics Soc at the University. Outside of her studies, Heidi is a keen musician, and is part of a variety of musical activities on campus.
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