New Members

Welcome to our 249 new members and 9 Sustaining Company members who joined the Institute in 2020.
TOGETHER WITH THE CONGRATULATIONS of the Institute to all the following members who have attained Professional Status in 2020.

TECHNICIAN
Dean R J Stonehouse
Jessica B Rothwell
Abdul Kayum Shaikh
Thomas Baxter

PROFESSIONAL
Simon Dunn
Michael George
Muhammedsaleh Shokat Giteli
Anil N Kookkiri
Andrew W Brown
Muhammad Ashfaq
Nijanthan Kumar Rajaselvam
John Ketley
Craig McCann
Arivazhagan Vellaichamy
Ibrahim Elomari
Joshua Owen
Mohammedikram Geeteli
Abdul Jabbar
Prantosh Naha
Alex Pasmore
Rakesh Ramasamy
Simon Cox
Sardar Ahmad Khan
Padippurakkakath 
 Ibrahmimkutty Aliakbar
Faisal Jamal
Sudarshan Srinivasan
Khaled Assad Abdelmageed 
 Mohamed
Dean Covell
Vijaygavel Thangavel
Rajkumar Betala
Stephanie Amarachi Okoye
Muhammad Naveed Alam
Wayne J Dodds
Quang Hoai Vu
Mubashir Zawar
Dilip Kumar Singh
Zeeshan Rajool
Jeffrey Didas
William A Ritchie
Matthew Walters
Chukwudi Obinna Nwanko
Bayu Aji

FELLOW
Shubhadeep Sarkar
Ethem Tug
Marcos Anthony Garcia
H Seshadhri Srinivasan
Patrick I Vashiharan Rabindran
Richard Barker
Imran Ashraf
Malcolm J Morris
Adil Saeed
Ardjan Kopliku
Mohammad Abbas
Odagboyi Philip Enegela
Mathivanan Lakshmanan

HON FELLOW
Trevor C Osborne

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