Meet the Cohort 2018/19

Stepforce

We hope to create a platform that links the "supply" of skilled refugees to the "demands" of the UK job market
through a researched and targeted job allocation system

Shiron Rajendran
University College London

Isabella Ghassemi-Smith
London School of Economics

Regina Chan 
City, University of London

Nitish Nachiappan
Imperial College London

TimeyChat

We plan to create a platform that firstly harmonizes schedules amongst University students
& secondly suggests activities for friends based on matched free time slots

Chijioke Anosike
London School of Economics

Fengfang Zhang
London School of Economics

Hana Mizukami 
King's College London

Yip Chin Wing Jamie
London School of Economics

Elize

Elize aims to solve the problem of inefficiency and disconnectedness arising from meetings in the workplace

Jace Yong Shen Tan
Imperial College London

Abhilash Dubbaka
Imperial College London

Ben Ng Yee Loong 
Imperial College London

 Kondense 

Kondense aims to solve the world’s clean water crisis by creating pure drinking water from air

Muhammad Tayyab Shabbir
University College London

Negin Haji Sabbagh
London School of Economics

Youssef Ismail 
University College London

Rowan Shah
University College London

Apex Analytics

Apex analyses your weightlifting form and tells you how to improve

Harry Michael Liversedge
University College London

Manu Sidhu
Imperial College London

Fahad Masood 
University College London

Arohan Subramonia
Imperial College London

Motics

Motics is geared towards helping stroke patients with muscle rehabilitation using a 
new, innovative approach that will engage and empower users

Hannah Blair
University of East London

Harvinder Power
Imperial College London

Salinna Abdullah 
University College London

Peter Wilson
London School of Economics

 Oikos 

Oikos is using big data technology to shorten time and minimise effort that
students need to find the home that they love

Caroline Haegeman
Imperial College London

Christopher DeChong Yang
University College London

Sonali Susan Verghese 
London School of Economics

Lisa Veiber
King's College London

 RESUS.VR 

Changing the way we train medical professionals, through VR emergency simulations

Xiuyun Jiang
University College London

Huw Williams
King's College London

Klauss Andrei 
King's College London

Usman Goga
University College London

 Temporium 

Ryoma Takahashi
King's College London

Leopold A. Slany
London School of Economics

Gabriel Sakhai
London School of Economics

Daniel (Jian) Huang
King's College London

 WellYou 

Improve the management of chronic conditions and facilitate disease prevention

Alexander Mühlendorfer
London School of Economics

Gregor Miklosic
Imperial College London

Chandan Sanghera 
Imperial College London

Alejandro Perez Salas
King's College London

 Whyze 

 Whyze revolutionizes learning using AI to personalize feedback and content for the user to
ultimately make learning a more efficient and effective process 

Dimitri Zogg
Imperial College London

Nicole Maug
University College London

Ali Amin-Nejad 
Imperial College London

Annika Schmid
University College London