Have you ever wondered if you have a say in how things are run at Imperial College? The answer is yes; you have a say by staying in touch with your representatives. My name is Marius Ignat and this year I am planning to make your voice heard by becoming the Year One Academic Representative.
The experience I bring is my thorough background in International Physics Olympiads and especially the two years of teaching... read more
Here at Imperial, we are well aware of the value of a good education - living in an intellectual yet academically challenging environment. As a Physics student, I would like to see our learning improved in every way possible. Thus, I am proposing the following 4-point plan:
1. Clear lecture content
If you’re finding the content of lectures hard to follow, I will work to ensure the pacing is such that it can be... read more
I am Ajan, a first year physics student like you all and I think that I should be your academic representative. Why you may ask... why not? I am easy to approach (I hope) and very friendly, trustworthy and reliable. Unlike many physicists, I talk to people! I know, so rare! Jokes aside, I am always available via email or in person and I think this is a very important aspect of being an academic rep in order to do... read more
My name is Shi Wei, and I am running for this year’s Academic Representative, which means that I will become the connection between you and the Physics department in the field of your academic experience. A little bit about myself: I was born in Amsterdam with Chinese and Dutch parents, and some of my hobbies include Olympic Weightlifting, juggling, and playing the piano.
As all of you, I have had to... read more
Nice to meet you, fellow 1st years. I’m Jacopo, standing as Academic Representative. As we’ve been told many times by now, this year the structure of the course has been changed: the material has been reorganised, seminars and smaller tutorial groups have been added. It is thus crucial, in our interest and in the interest of future students, for us to be more responsive and to promptly provide feedback in case we... read more
Who am I?
My name is George Zuo. I study Theoretical physics.
I was the president of the Club Association in high school.
Furthermore, I was the representative of Zhou Enlai class, containing the best students in the whole school.
I was also one of the leaders of the STEM club, and I was responsible for physics. I taught my members AP physics—I learned in my free time, and we did experiments every two weeks... read more