Imperial College London

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Imperial College London,

officially

The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine,

London, England, est. 1907 through the merger of the Royal College (1845), Royal School of Mines (1851), and City and Guilds College (1884). It was part of the Univ. of London from 1908 to 2007, when it became independent. The main campus is located in South Kensington; several other campuses also are situated in central London. A research and teaching institution, it is divided into four main faculties—engineering, medicine, the natural sciences, and the business school—with more than 40 research centers, departments, and institutes.
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Major organization : IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE
Tony holds an MBA from Warwick Business School and a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Imperial College of Science and Technology, both in the United Kingdom.
of Vienna, Austria) and Montgomery (psychiatry, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, U.
Born on July 4, 1968, Mistry completed his graduation in civil engineering from London's Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine and followed it up with a masters in management from the London Business School.
Usmani has a BSc (Hons) degree in mathematical physics from the Imperial College of Science & Technology, University of London and is also an Associate of the Royal College of Science.
Sikander is Chairman of Millat Group of Companies; he is a graduate of NED Engineering College (Mechanical Engineering) and has a Masters' Degree from Imperial College of Science and Technology, London and another from the University of New Castle upon Tyne, U.
He holds a Bachelor's degree in Control Engineering, an MSc in Control Systems from the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine (London) and a PhD in Control Systems Theory from the University of Leicester, the UK.
A graduate from the Imperial College of Science and Technology, he joined
Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, say recent reports of volcanic activity on the moon stimulated them to develop their theory.
Dr Menzer, 46, was born in Dortmund and came to Britain in 1993 to study at Imperial College of Science, Technology and medicine, where he gained a degree in chemistry and chemical engineering with a PhD in organic structural chemistry.
Welton is at the Imperial College of Science in London, the UK; Wasserscheid is at the Friedrich-Alexander U.
Barry Cott received his PhD in chemical engineering from the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine in 1989 after receiving a BASc and a MASc from the University of Waterloo in chemical engineering.

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