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Newcastle University graduate nominated as ambassador of MIT Innovators under 35 Europe

Dr. Maciej Machulak, who graduated from the School of Computing Science at Newcastle University, has been nominated as ambassador of MIT Innovators under 35 Europe.

Dr. Machulak is one of the winners of this prestigious contest and his award was in recognition of his crucial role in the development of the User-Managed Access (UMA) technology as well as the UMA software. Dr. Machulak began working on this idea in 2008 as part of his doctorate studies in the School of Computing Science and his project was supervised by Professor Aad van Moorsel.

As an ambassador, Dr. Machulak is looking for innovative technological projects. If you would like to participate in this global international competition of MIT Technology Review (or know someone who will be worthy this recognition) feel free to nominate your candidate here -

About Innovators Under 35 competition

Innovators Under 35 is the leading global community of innovators, pioneers and social changemakers. Created in 1999, this community is curated by MIT Technology Review. Each year MIT Technology Review discovers new generations of Innovators Under 35, the young leaders developing new technologies to solve the major global challenges of today in remarkably different ways and impacting the lives of millions of people around the globe.

These young winners are part of a global community of innovators, who are leading the next generation of technological changes, and transforming the way we are going to live and work in the coming decades.

Dr. Maciej Machulak

published on: 1 February 2017