Graduate engineer passionate about nature and the environment, Valentine has been living in London for over 6 years.
After obtaining a first degree in Economics, Politics and International Relations in London (B.Sc), in 2018, Valentine entered the world of engineering and earn a more technical background obtaining a second degree (B. Eng) at University College London (UCL).
Curious and with an entrepreneurial spirit, she is convinced that it is by asking the right questions that the biggest challenges can be overcome. Since 2020, Valentine has been working with clients in environmental and water management. From water harvest to constructed wetland and resource management, she is determined to make a difference and deliver real solutions to her clients.
Cloud architect on AWS, Aurélien has supported major CAC40 accounts in their adoption and transition to Cloud technologies. With over 5 years of experience in information systems, Aurélien designs and SaaS solutions where he has developed an expertise in IoT solutions over the years.
Previously in the consulting world, he understands the challenges businesses face and seeks to develop adequate technological solutions to help them grow and adapt to our rapidly changing world.
As a French engineer from Télécom SudParis (Polytechnic Institute of Paris), on the side, Aurélien continues to push his limits signing up for sporting challenges such as his first Paris marathon and semi-iron man in 2021.
Tom is a Mechanical Engineering lecturer at University College London, having previously studied at the University of Oxford (DPhil in Biomedical Engineering) and the University of Cambridge (MEng in Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering).
At Global Vision Engineering Tom provides expertise on numerical modelling, research methods, and the scoping of technical solutions. His academic research focusses on modelling biological fluid flows, with applications in lean design and medical device development. Tom is a passionate believer in the need for applied and interdisciplinary research, especially for tackling two of the biggest challenges we face in the 21st century: climate change and health.
He is a co-inventor of the UCL-Ventura CPAP breathing aid, which was developed in 2020 with University College Hospital and Mercedes-AMG HPP. The project saw 10,000 non-invasive ventilators supplied to the NHS to treat COVID-19 patients, with the design also released for non-profit use worldwide.
Dr Tom Peach