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Tenant directory

Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park (LUSEP) brings together high-tech companies from dynamic start-ups to R&D facilities of global brands, with a world-class research-intensive university.

There are plenty of opportunities to collaborate with like-minded organisations and the University’s knowledge base. You’ll be in very good company, too. Have a look at your new neighbours.


a dozen eggs

  • advanced technology innovation centre

A dozen eggs are a design, web and branding agency.

We design beautiful printed media; we build fantastic yet functional websites; and most importantly, we bring brands to life and make them shine. From the big ideas to the finer details a dozen eggs offer a full range of creative services.

Frances Collins

0781 7223350

frances@adozeneggs.co.uk

a dozen eggs

Access Group

  • IT Software CRM
  • charnwood

Access is a leading author of fully integrated business management software, with a client base of more than 10,000 UK businesses and not-for-profit organisations. The company has major offices at LUSEP and is amongst the top five fastest growing UK software developers in The Sunday Times Buyout Track 100. On-going commitment to excellence, customers and employees has also placed the company among the UK’s top employers in The Sunday Times’ 100 ‘Best Companies to Work For’ for a number of years.

Access Group

Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering

  • academic expertise

The Department’s four research groups explore Applied Aerodynamics; Control and Reliability; Low Carbon Technology; and Light Weight Structure, Dynamics and Acoustics.

We enjoy long-established partnerships with a wide range of companies, including AVL, Rolls-Royce, BAE Systems, Caterpillar, Cenex, Jaguar Land Rover, Marshall Aerospace, MIRA, Mercedes Petronas, Nissan and Red Bull Racing.

Our specialist facilities comprise extensive laboratories and state-of-the-art equipment, spanning aeronautical propulsion test cells, the Rolls-Royce UTC Laboratory, and our Wind Tunnel Laboratory.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Dr Bala Vaidhyanathan

01509 223152

B.Vaidhyanathan@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Dr Adrian Spencer

01509 227254

A.Spencer@lboro.ac.uk 

Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering

Antrum

  • electronics telecomms
  • advanced manufacturing

Antrum designs and develops specialist antennas and microwave devices, which can be used in a wide range of applications including aerospace and defence systems, smart commercial and industrial communications, medical and automotive markets.

Professor Yiannis Vardaxoglou

yiannisv@antrum.co.uk

01509 227132

Antrum

Appeclectic

  • IT Software CRM
  • transport
  • advanced technology innovation centre

Appeclectic Ltd specialises in developing applications for iPhone and iPad platforms. Current products are focused on providing informative and innovative apps for travellers and people interested in the aviation industry. Three products exist under the mi Flights brand; mi Flight Tracker provides flight tracking coupled with status and delay updates for most commercial flights across the world, mi Flight Radar provides enthusiasts with an air traffic control style situational map for any area in the world showing the location and details of commercial aircraft, and mi Flight Board provides departures and arrivals status boards for any commercial airport in the world.

Stewart Swatton

info@miflightsapp.com

Appeclectic

Arts

  • academic expertise

Our vibrant community of internationally respected artists undertakes pioneering research which leads to industrial and commercial applications as well as public commissions across the globe. 

The five research groups – TRACEY: Contemporary Drawing and Visualisation Research, Politicized Practice, Sexual Politics and The Textiles Research Group – enjoy links with various creative industries.

Our specialist facilities span spacious studios, traditional craft workshops and laboratories, and the latest in creative digital equipment. 

We work on collaborative projects with DHL Worldwide, Abercrombie & Fitch, White Stuff, Gossard, H&M, Seren and Nobrow.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Andrew Selby

01509 228932

A.Selby@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Jan Shenton

01509 228908

J.Shenton@lboro.ac.uk

Arts

Aviation Intelligence

  • IT Software CRM
  • transport
  • advanced technology innovation centre

Airport Analytics is a cloud-based platform that facilitates the comprehensive analysis of airport operational information. The interactive dashboard provides access to a suite of straightforward analytical tools that facilitate the interrogation of data relating to airline relations, airport finance and operations, as well as customer satisfaction and competitor performance.

By reducing the cost and complexity of data analysis, the company helps its clients to make better business decisions, improve efficiency and performance, and drive profitability.

Aviation Intelligence

BAST Inc Ltd

  • LUSEP
  • pharmaceutical
  • charnwood
  • health

BAST provides data analytical services to pharmaceutical companies and CROs and offers optimal clinical study designs and simulations of the probability of success.

Dr Joachim Grevel

jgrevel@bastinc.eu

01509 222908

BAST Inc Ltd

BATFAST

  • sport
  • advanced technology innovation centre

BATFAST is a UK based company that manufactures cricket simulators with the intention of increasing participation and improving retention of cricketers globally.

Runish Gudhka

Head of Business Development

0800 6893137  

BATFAST

British Athletics

  • sport

As the National governing body for athletics, overseeing the development and management of the nation’s favourite Olympic and Paralympic sport, from grass roots through to podium level, British Athletics is a high performance focused organisation. Having been through the natural post Olympic and Paralympic review process British Athletics has re-defined its strategy with a focus on Rio 2016 and London 2017. With a very clear focus on medals at the World, Olympic and Paralympic Games, British Athletics has implemented a centralised strategy forming the National Performance Institute at Loughborough University whilst maintaining targeted support to highly performing athletes and coaches outside of the Institute.

British Athletics

British Gymnastics

  • sport

British Gymnastics is the UK Governing Body for the sport of Gymnastics, dedicated to developing gymnasts, coaches and clubs across a range of disciplines. 

British Gymnastics provides a national directive and structure for the sport; delivering a range of opportunities across the age spectrum to take part and stay in gymnastics, as well as developing talent and delivering top-level success.

 

Sandra Roberts

Sports Programme Manager

0845 1297129 Ext. 2561

British Gymnastics

British Swimming

  • sportpark
  • sport

British Swimming is the National Governing Body for Swimming, Diving, Synchronised Swimming, Water Polo and Open Water in Great Britain. It is responsible internationally for the high performance representation of the sport. The members of British Swimming are the three Home Countries national governing bodies of England (ASA), Scotland (Scottish Swimming) and Wales (Swim Wales).

ASA Headquarters reception 01509 618 700

customerservices@swimming.org

British Swimming

British Triathlon Federation

  • sport
  • michael pearson

British Triathlon Federation is the national governing body of Triathlon, Duathlon and Aquathlon in Great Britain, responsible for leading growth and performance of the sport. In particular, these responsibilities include the preparation of GB teams to compete in European and World championships and the Olympic Games. British Triathlon aims to promote excellence in our sport, and create opportunities for everyone to achieve their personal triathlon challenges.

Kay Simnet

Finance and Business Operations Manager

kaysimnett@britishtriathlon.org

01509 226152

info@britishtriathlon.org

01509 226 161

British Triathlon Federation

BSI

  • LUSEP
  • energy
  • standards and assurance
  • charnwood

BSI is a global provider of standards and assurance services, including evaluation of products and systems.  Its Loughborough test laboratory operations manage the evaluation (for safety, energy efficiency or fitness for purpose) of a wide range of gas and electrical products covering the domestic, commercial and medical sectors.

Graham McKay

graham.mckay@bsigroup.com

01509 331100 

BSI

Burleigh Springs Health Spa

  • other services

Burleigh Springs Health Spa is located in Bureligh Court, the University's four-star hotel and conference centre. It offers a gym, swimming pool, sauna, spa and therapy treatment centre.

Reception 

info@burleighsprings.co.uk 

01509 574420

Burleigh Springs Health Spa

Business and Economics

  • academic expertise

Our world-leading research expertise spans banking, business, economics, finance and management.  

Our partners across the globe include IBM, Jaguar Land Rover, Microsoft, and Rolls Royce. Our research and consultancy also inform government and public service practice.

We offer a variety of executive education programmes which can be tailored to your needs as well as MBAs designed to equip you to innovate and manage in the ever-changing business world.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Professor Jim Saker

01509 223144

J.M.Saker@lboro.ac.uk 

 

Director of Impact@SBE

Fiona Ellis-Chadwick

F.E.Ellis-Chadwick@lboro.ac.uk

Fiona develops relationships between the School of Business & Economics, and companies around our research expertise in the School which have impact potential.

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Placements Director – Cathy Hart

01509 223612

C.A.Hart@lboro.ac.uk

 

Placements Officer – Jo Higham 

01509 223141

J.R.Higham@lboro.ac.uk

Business and Economics

Capacity2Learn

  • advanced technology innovation centre

Capacity2Learn delivers the following products and services to the Health & Education sectors in the UK and into the Corporate sector in the UK and Internationally.

Modern multi-sensory environments, Immersive learning zones, ICT in education, Inventive and original interiors, Building maintenance, Expressive playgrounds and gardens, Management and leadership training, Business coaching

 

Sam Hardwick

sam@capacity2learn.com

 

Capacity2Learn

CASCAID

  • IT Software CRM
  • LUSEP
  • michael pearson

CASCAID is the leading producer of computer-based impartial careers information and guidance solutions.

Martha Lourens-Moucher

martha@cascaid.co.uk

01509 226863 

CASCAID

CAVT LTD

  • transport
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • space technologies and applications

Consultancy in Vehicle Technology Research & Development, with a focus on driver, occupant and vulnerable road user safety, lightweight body technology and electric vehicles, and vehicle regulations worldwide. Crash and crash avoidance testing for research, development and legal compliance, advanced and autonomous vehicle safety using GPS and GNSS location, including eCall and ERA-GLONAS emergency call systems and crash scene data collection.

Alan Thomas

avthomas@cavt.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 1509 222915

Mobile: +44 (0) 07801 704609

CAVT LTD

Cenex

  • energy
  • transport
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • low carbon

Cenex is a leading independent consultancy and project delivery agency in low carbon vehicles and fuels. 

Robert Evans

robert.evans@cenex.co.uk

01509 635750

Cenex

Centre for Biological Engineering

  • health
  • advanced manufacturing

Loughborough University's Centre for Biological Engineering works with industry and clinical partners to create future manufacturing systems to enable large scale production of human stem cells. It has a significant research presence on LUSEP and is a partner in a Doctoral Training Centre.

Centre for Biological Engineering

Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology

  • health
  • advanced manufacturing
  • low carbon

For 20 years CREST has overseen the research and development of the most progressive renewable energy technologies. CREST has over 1200m2 of laboratories dedicated to the research of renewable energy systems, including PV, Wind and Energy Storage. Based at LUSEP, CREST is one of Loughborough University’s an internationally significant research facilities.

Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology

Centre for Sustainable Manufacturing and Recycling Technologies

  • academic expertise
  • michael pearson
  • transport
  • advanced manufacturing

The centre for Sustainable Manufacturing and Recycling Technologies develops new strategies, tools, and technologies which encourage sustainable growth in the manufacturing industry by enabling companies to meet legislative, environmental and ethical standards whilst safeguarding their future prosperity.

Centre for Sustainable Manufacturing and Recycling Technologies

Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity

  • sportpark
  • sport

CIMSPA is the only national professional body for those involved exclusively in providing, managing, operating and developing sport and recreation services in the United Kingdom. The Institute is a registered charity.

01509 226474

info@cimspa.co.uk

Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity

Chemical Engineering

  • academic expertise

Our research expertise spans biological, nano- and micro-materials, and pharmaceutical engineering. We spearhead work in healthcare and regenerative medicine, clean fuel technology, pharmaceuticals, and particle technology. 

We partner a range of organisations – including 3M, British Sugar, GlaxoSmithKline, Pepsico, Shell Global Solutions, and TAP Biosystems – on a variety of projects. 

Housed in a purpose-built facility, including a 395m2 multi-story mezzanine pilot plant, our work is supported by a range of process, reaction and analytical equipment.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Dr Bala Vaidhyanathan

01509 223152

B.Vaidhyanathan@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Dr Richard Holdich

01509 222519

R.G.Holdich@lboro.ac.uk 

Chemical Engineering

Chemistry

  • academic expertise

The Department’s research is organised around five key themes – crime and security, energy, environment, health, and materials – and draws on our expertise in analytical, inorganic, organic, physical and radiochemical chemistry.

Our partners include HE institutions and hospitals across the UK as well as 3M, AMEC, Babcock, the British and Finnish Geological Surveys, Castrol, Cynar Plc, DSTL, John Hogg Technical Solutions, Laser Optical Engineering, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, Rolls-Royce, Serco, and Unilever.

Our specialist laboratories and facilities support advanced research across analytical chemistry microbiology and molecular pharmacology, polymer chemistry, and radiochemistry.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Dr Steve Christie

01509 222587

S.D.Christie@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Dr Steve Christie

01509 222587

S.D.Christie@lboro.ac.uk

Chemistry

Civil and Building Engineering

  • academic expertise

Our research spans the built environment, transport and infrastructure, and water and waste management. We are home to the Centre for Innovative and Collaborative Construction Engineering (CICE); the Innovative Manufacturing and Construction Research Centre (IMCRC); the Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC); The European Construction Institute (ECI); and the London-Loughborough Centre for Doctoral Research in Energy Demand

We enjoy excellent links with industry and our partners include CSTB, Dragados, E.ON, Fläkt Woods, Fraunhofer, IBM, Intel, Lonix, Sandwood Design and Build, Saint-Gobain, SE Controls, Thales and VTT.

Our specialist facilities support our collaborative research and comprehensive testing on behalf of industry – helping us to transform research findings into practical solutions.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Professor Neil Dixon

01509 228542

N.Dixon@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Dr Matthew W Frost

01509 228306

M.W.Frost@lboro.ac.uk 

Civil and Building Engineering

CommAgility

  • electronics telecomms
  • LUSEP
  • charnwood
  • advanced manufacturing

CommAgility is an award-winning, world-leading developer of embedded signal processing and RF modules, and LTE PHY/stack software, for 4G and 5G mobile network and related applications. We design the latest DSP, FPGA and RF technologies into compact, powerful, and reliable products based on industry standard architectures. Our LTE software for mobile devices and wireless infrastructure includes physical layer and protocol stack for small cells, physical layer and protocol stack for terminals, an advanced scheduler for small cells, and IP development in the areas of advanced PHY algorithms on multi-core SDR platforms.

CommAgility was honoured with two Queen's Awards for Enterprise: Innovation in 2016 and International Trade in 2013, has appeared in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 list of fastest growing technology companies in 2015, and featured in the Deloitte UK Fast 50 in 2013 and 2012.

Edward Young 

edward.young@commagility.com

01509 228866  

CommAgility

Commissioning research

  • business services

You can undertake contract research, sponsor a PhD student or involve your staff through secondments and visiting appointments at the University.

Contact our Business Development Team initially Anna Theaker

Business Development Associate

01509 228624

kt@lboro.ac.uk 

Commissioning research

Computer Science

  • academic expertise

Research expertise within the Department includes networks, communication and control systems; vision imaging and autonomous systems; intelligent and interactive systems; and theoretical computer science. Our work has positively impacted a diversity of areas including e-learning, the emergency services, the environment, finance, healthcare, surveillance, and transport.

Our  partners span a wide range of industry sectors and include Advantica, Arqiva, BAE Systems, Jennic, Rolls-Royce, Sensinode, Sure, and Toyota.

Our specialist laboratory facilities - housed in newly refurbished premises - are supported by a team of systems specialists.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Dr Steve Christie

01509 222587

S.D.Christie@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Dr Colin Machin

01509 222683

C.H.C.Machin@lboro.ac.uk 

Computer Science

Conference Facilities

  • other services

imago, the University's conference organisation, manages a cluster of conference centres for up to 300 delegates, within and adjacent to the Science and Enterprise Park, as well as a number of restaurants and cafes across the campus.

Sales and Marketing Manager

Emma Boynton

E.Boynton@lboro.ac.uk

01509 228112

Conference Facilities

Consultancy

  • business services

Consultancy is the ideal way to enhance your organisation’s research capabilities or hire in trusted expertise to tackle time-critical and often complex challenges.

For many of our clients it is the route into a mutually beneficial long-term partnership.

We can help you to establish relationships with either individual academics or an expert team drawn from different areas of research within the University.

Lisa Sanders and Charlotte Austin

Business Development Associates

01509 222597 or 01509 228694

consultancy@lboro.ac.uk

Consultancy

Cresco Innovation

  • advanced technology innovation centre

Cresco Innovation works with companies to develop and implement innovation strategies. Its team of scientists and management consultants help companies to identify opportunities to develop new products and services, and then create a package of support to optimise commercialisation. Services include securing grants, business planning, IP advice, access to finance and funders, project management and IP commercialisation support.

Joanne Derbyshire

01782 392875

info@crescoinnovation.co.uk

Cresco Innovation

Des19cor Ltd

  • electronics telecomms
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • space technologies and applications

Des19ncor is an engineering consultancy that has been designing electronic products for customers for over 6 years. Our skills include electronic design, schematics, PCB layout, design for test and manufacture, managing the New Product Introduction cycle and patent applications. We also can aid customers through the approvals and certification processes for UK, EU and further afield.

Our major designs include the Midas Meter for Score Group (Oil & Gas Sector), Speedy Breedy for BACTEST (Medical & Scientific) and the Smart Survey Device (SSD) for DNV-GL (supplied to National Grid).

The SSD is a GPS enabled multi-meter used in testing and auditing the cathodic protection used by National Grid to protect gas pipelines from corrosion. We are happy to share our knowledge of location based data from satellites to look for alternative uses for the SSD and / or design GPS based systems for others.

We also have designed and made a Remote Access Service unit which is an Internet of Things enabling device. The RAS unit can be mains, battery or solar powered, connects to 2G/3G or 4G networks to provide two way communications and is housed in an IP rated box.

Please contact us if you are interested in any of our projects.

Martin Croft

sales@des19n.com

+44 (0) 01159 8718565

Des19cor Ltd

Design

  • academic expertise

Research within the School is conducted by seven specialist groups – Design Ergonomics, Design Practice, Environmental Ergonomics Research Centre, Human Factors and Complex Systems, Sustainable Design, Transport Safety Research Centre, and User Centred Design.

Our partners span a range of sectors and include adidas, BAE Systems, BBC, Department for Transport, Ford, HSE, Help the Aged, NHS, and Rolls-Royce.

Our facilities include purpose-built laboratories, studios, and workshops – all supported by experienced technical staff – which enable modelling, prototyping, visualisation, and user observation and measurement. 

Associate Dean Enterprise

Dr Tracy Ross

01509 226913

T.Ross@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Dr Richard Bibb

01509 228333

R.J.Bibb@lboro.ac.uk

Sue Johnson

01509 228319

S.Johnson@lboro.ac.uk

Design

Design and Print Services

  • other services

The University offers professional print and web design, photography and video services.  It also has an extensive print service including high volume copying, full colour printing and large format poster printing, finishing, binding and laminating, office supplies and mailing services.

Business and Administration Manager

Helen Clarke

01509 222192

H.J.Clarke@lboro.ac.uk

Design and Print Services

3DG Design

  • advanced technology innovation centre

3DG Design is a technical design service using latest 3D CAD software for clients in the product design and retail industries. Services for design projects include 3D model generation, detailed manufacturing drawings, simulation, product rendering with optional onsite development and prototype support.

David Garvin

07905 013114

david@3dg-design.uk

3DG Design

DNV GL

  • energy
  • LUSEP
  • charnwood

DNV GL is the leading technical advisor to the global oil and gas industry, working with some of the sector’s best known companies to enable safer, smarter and greener operations in every hydrocarbon-producing country in the world. Through world-class technical assurance, advisory and risk management services, DNV GL helps customers to perform on time and to budget, even in the most demanding environments.

Neil Slater

neil.slater@dnvgl.com

01509 282324

DNV GL

Dr Andrea Soltoggio

  • space technologies and applications

Telepresence. In 2015, the Computer Science Department has acquired two NAO robots, new computing equipment, virtual reality headsets. Final year students using VR and humanoid NAO robots have investigated the combination of new cheap technology for telepresence. Remote telepresence and control are traditionally strong requirements in the space sector.

Evolutionary computation. Dr. Soltoggio is expert in evolutionary search and design by Genetic Programming and Genetic Algorithms, effective design and search strategies for problems in unknown environments. Genetic Programming is known to have evolved a X-band antenna in 2006 deployed by NASA in the Space Technology 5 (ST5) mission.

Deep learning. In 2016, the School of Science bought a high performance parallel computing machine, equipped with more than 12k Graphic Processing Unit (GPU) cores provided by NVIDIA Tesla cards. The computer will help compute solutions to problems on vision, simulation of physical objects and molecules, and apply machine learning to healthcare and diagnostics. Vision and physical simulations are relevant to space enterprise. Additionally, processing of satellite images require the intense computational capabilities provided by GPUs.

View University staff profile http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/compsci/staff/academic-teaching/andrea-soltoggio

Dr Andrea Soltoggio

Dr Qinggang Meng

  • space technologies and applications

Interested in real-time satellite data analysis and Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) based UAV navigation and mapping, in particular their applications such as disaster assessment and relief, search and rescue on sea and land, environment monitoring, and agriculture, etc. He is interested in both the autonomy of single UAV and a team of collaborative heterogeneous autonomous vehicles supported by GNSS, and change detection from data captured by both satellite systems and UAVs. He has expertise in image processing, artificial intelligence, machine learning and self-organising networked UAV/UGV systems.

View University staff profile http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/compsci/staff/academic-teaching/qinggang-meng

Dr Qinggang Meng

Dynamic Flow Technologies Limited

  • environment
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • advanced manufacturing

Dynamic Flow Technologies Limited was formed in 2009 at the Loughborough Innovation Centre, we saw a need in the water industry for an effective low cost wastewater meter. In just six years we have grown our company with c£1.4m investment from companies and individuals who saw the opportunity for a wastewater meter. These include: Elster Meters, Wessex Water, the Technology Strategy Board (Innovate (UK)) and the Board of Directors. Our technology is IPR protected, the UK patent was granted in September 2014 and further patents are currently pending. We hope that our technology can be at the forefront of wastewater metering for many years.

Martin Croft

sales@dynamicflowtech.com

0115 871 8565

Dynamic Flow Technologies Limited

Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering

  • academic expertise

Research in the School addresses three key themes – communications, energy and systems. Our experts are organised into nine research groups and several dedicated centres.

Our partners include Airbus, BAE Systems, GE, Jaguar Land Rover, npower, QinetiQ, Siemens, and Xerox.

Our research is supported by a comprehensive range of facilities, including fully equipped computational, plasma and bioengineering laboratories; an extensive range of advanced computer hardware and software; and a tank facility for acoustic calibration, prototype testing, shallow water systems development, and AUV development.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Professor Roy Kalawsky

01509 635678

R.S.Kalwasky@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Bill Gabb

01509 227088

W.C.Gabb@lboro.ac.uk 

 

Diane Wells

01509 227019

D.Wells@lboro.ac.uk

Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering

Eluxi

  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • electronics telecomms
  • energy
  • pharmaceutical
  • advanced manufacturing

ELUXI specialises in the supply of standard and bespoke photonics products for the UK and Irish markets. Working exclusively with select global suppliers, we focus on the provision of the very best in leading edge photonic solutions, optimised to meet the needs of industrial, medical, defence and research organisations alike.

 

01509 635705
enquiries@eluxi.co.uk

Eluxi

England and Wales Cricket Board

  • sport

The England and Wales Cricket Board was established on January 1 1997 as the single national governing body for all cricket in England and Wales. It has its headquarters at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.

01509 228664

England and Wales Cricket Board

England Hockey

  • sportpark
  • sport

England Hockey is the National Governing Body and is a membership, not for profit, organisation covering all aspects of hockey from grass roots to elite athlete participation. The Midlands Office is hosted by Loughborough University in the Hockey Pavilion.

 

 

Elaina Leithead

Midlands Regional Administrator

midlands@englandhockey.co.uk

England Hockey

England Netball

  • sportpark
  • sport

England Netball acts as the National Governing Body and is a membership, not for profit, organisation covering all aspects of netball from grass roots to elite athlete participation. The Netball Centre on the Loughborough University campus hosts the East Midlands base.

Olivia Murphy

East Midlands Regional Manager

olivia.murphy@englandnetball.co.uk

01509 226753

England Netball

England Squash & Racketball

  • sportpark
  • sport

England Squash & Racketball are the National Governing Body for squash and racketball.

England Squash & Racketball

English and Drama

  • academic expertise

Research in the Department spans six key areas – early-modern culture; modern and contemporary; performance; research communication; publishing; policy, law and ethics.

Our academics and practitioners are widely published and regularly contribute to a range of academic and popular publications. Performances of their dramatic work are commissioned nationally – and across the globe.

The Department has several state-of-the-art performance and rehearsal facilities, including an advanced technical booth, a costume design wardrobe, a set and prop design workshop, and a sound studio. 

Associate Dean Enterprise

Andrew Selby

01509 228932

A.Selby@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Helen Relf

01509 222967

H.L.Relf@lboro.ac.uk

English and Drama

English Federation for Disability Sport

  • sportpark
  • sport

Launched in 1998 the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is the umbrella organisation for disability sport in England. English Federation of Disability Sport brings together the eight National Disability Sport Organisations recognised by Sport England.

 

Christine Envis

PA to Senior Development Officer

cenvis@efds.co.uk

01509 227750 

English Federation for Disability Sport

English Institute of Sport

  • sportpark
  • sport

The team behind the team, the English Institute of Sport (EIS) delivers a range of performance impacting sport science and sport medicine services to over 40 Olympic and Paralympic sports along with a select number of non-Olympic sports, including Premier League Football, Premiership Rugby Union, Rugby League and Cricket. Its services aim to deliver performance improvements and are guided by the technical programme needs of Performance Directors, coaches and athletes. The mix of practitioners the EIS selects to work with a sport is based on delivering the precise blend of skills and expertise to meet these requirements and contribute to performance improvements.

The EIS features a nationwide network of world class support centres funded by the Sport England Lottery Fund and operated by a range of partners. It is headquartered at Nottingham and has nine High Performance Centres throughout the country, including Loughborough.

 

James Farndon

Operations Manager

James.Farndon@eis2win.co.uk

01923 636 491

English Institute of Sport

ESP Fitness

  • sport
  • LUSEP
  • michael pearson

Elite Sport Fitness is a sport performance technology company that provides training monitoring methods and tools for coaches and athletes. Founded and directed by world class athletes, consultants and coaches, ESP’s extensive knowledge base is further reinforced by academic excellence in sports science and engineering from Loughborough University.

 

Ashley Crane

team@esp-fitness.com

01509 606226 

ESP Fitness

ETI

  • energy
  • LUSEP
  • low carbon

The ETI is a public-private partnership between global energy and engineering companies and the UK Government. Our role is to work with academia, business and government to bring together engineering projects that accelerate the development of affordable, secure and sustainable low carbon technologies that helps the UK address its long term emissions reductions.

Catherine Ward

catherine.ward@eti.co.uk

01509 202073

ETI

Eureka Innovative Solutions Ltd

  • electronics telecomms
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • environment
  • space technologies and applications
  • advanced manufacturing

Eureka Innovative Solutions Ltd develops innovative sensor technologies for heating, ventilation and health applicable in residential and office buildings, in vehicles and passenger airplanes etc., and new transducers for non-contact measurements and non-destructive testing. We offer consultancy on indoor environment analysis and R&D project management as well.

With our technical and bilingual background, and broad experience on project management, we also help clients to overcome technical, language and culture barriers on supply chain management when identifying manufacturers in China and working closely as a team with factories during production development to reduce cost while maintaining high standards.

Dr George Zhou

george.zhou@btinternet.com

+44 (0) 07793 751 888

Executive education programmes

  • business services

Accredited and tailored executive education programmes are delivered on campus or in-company.

Liz Taylor

Programme Administrator

01509 223140

exec@lboro.ac.uk

Executive education programmes

Forest Rock

  • energy
  • environment
  • LUSEP
  • charnwood
  • low carbon

Forest Rock develop software and hardware products, and design graphical user interfaces to operate buildings more intelligently, bringing together data from diverse systems such as Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning; Lighting; Energy Monitoring; CCTV; Fire and Life Safety Systems; Access Control. Our solutions help to create sustainable buildings that are more efficient to run, with a lower carbon footprint, and enhanced security and comfort.

Forest Rock are the UK’s foremost developers of middleware and web-based UI applications for operating buildings. We provide a range of services to Integrator companies across the US, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

We are certified developers and distributors of Tridium Niagara.

Forest Rock

Geography

  • academic expertise

Home to the Centre for Research in Identity, Community, Society; the Centre for Hydrological and Ecosystem Science; and the Polar and Alpine Research Centre, the Department undertakes research and consultancy that advances not only the field of geography, but also supports a variety of partners – in governments and industry worldwide – on a range of social and environmental issues.

The Department’s laboratories and field stations facilitate analytical environmental work, and its computing facilities support complex modelling and image-analysis.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Professor Darren Smith

01509 222745

D.P.Smith@lboro.ac.uk  

Geography

Graduate recruitment

  • business services

Access an unrivalled pool of graduate talent and raise your organisation’s profile through a range of events including employer fairs, presentations and workshops.

Caroline Crouch

Employer Engagement Manager

01509 222096

employer.services@lboro.ac.uk

Graduate recruitment

Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association

  • sportpark
  • sport

The Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association (GBWBA) is the governing body for wheelchair basketball in the United Kingdom. GBWBA is a registered charity and is the representative body of wheelchair basketball in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

01509 279900

Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association

In-Cycle

  • energy
  • environment
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • low carbon

In-Cycle is a research and consulting company working to improve the resource efficiency of consumer products and their packaging through smarter end-of-life thinking. Main services include: conducting feasibility studies to find technical and economic means to recover products at end-of-life, performing R&D into new recycling technologies and/or improvements of existing processes, resource efficient product design improvements through the application of ‘design for recycling’ and the use of low environmental impact recycled materials, working with reverse logistics specialists to design and manage a suitable product-take-back scheme and assessment of a products environmental impact and help in obtaining a range of international eco-labels.

Mike Lee
07423 330 183

In-Cycle

Incus Performance

  • sport
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • advanced manufacturing

Incus Performance is combining the power of advanced wearable technology, data analytics and artificial intelligence to develop the next generation in wearable sports performance monitoring systems. Incus devices and proprietary machine intelligence software provide highly individualised and detailed technical information for athletes and their coaches to truly understand the relationship between their technique and performance. Better technical understanding leads to more economised and effective training, which leads to performance improvement, medals and the chance to make history.

Chris Ruddock

Lead Engineer and Director

c.ruddock@incusperformance.com

07837 356521

Incus Performance

iNet

  • business services

The iNet supports collaborations between companies across the midlands and UK universities to encourage innovation and growth within the advanced engineering, manufacturing and technology sectors.

It offers advice and connections to develop short-and long-term partnerships, and support for SMEs with grant funding towards capital investment and revenue costs for innovation projects linked to business growth.

01509 635270

inet@lboro.ac.uk

iNet

Institute of Swimming

  • sport
  • sportpark

The Institute of Swimming is the largest provider of ASA courses and swimming qualifications, and are here to support the career progression of swimming instructors. We work in conjunction with the national governing body for swimming, Swim England, so all proceeds are invested back into developing our swimming talent and improving the health of the nation.

01509 640640

Institute of Swimming

Intellectual property

  • business services

Our IP team can advise on any of the University’s licensing opportunities and technology development that may be relevant to your organisation.

Terry Everett

Legal and IP Support Officer

01509 228628 

enterprise@lboro.ac.uk

Intellectual property

Intelligent Energy

  • electronics telecomms
  • energy
  • environment
  • transport
  • LUSEP
  • charnwood
  • low carbon
  • advanced manufacturing

Intelligent Energy provides clean power technologies to its customers and partners, working with them to accelerate the global commercialisation and market demand for cleaner, more environmentally friendly products. Working in automotive, stationary power and consumer electronics fields.

Reception

marketing@intelligent-energy.com

01509 271271

Intelligent Energy

Interface Polymers

  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • polymers or materials
  • advanced manufacturing

Interface Polymers Ltd is a high potential spin-out from the University of Warwick's chemistry department. Taking a cutting edge breakthrough in polymer science, we are developing a substantial international additives business that will transform the properties of the world’s most commonly used plastics.

Philip Smith

p.smith@interfacepolymers.com

01509 635234

Interface Polymers

Japan Sport Council

  • sportpark
  • sport

Japan Sport Council (JSC) is the central organization specializing in sports promotional activities and the maintenance and enhancement of school children’s health. It opened a London office in 2009 to build networks and promote international relations with UK Sport and sports-related organisations. JSC also has a Research Centre for Sport Policy and Information on the Loughborough University campus.

Senior Researcher, Research Centre for Sport Policy and Information

Japan Sport Council

Katsuyoshi Shirai 

katsuyoshi.shirai@jpnsport.jp

 

Coordinator, Research Centre for Sport Policy and Information

Japan Sport Council

Ryoko Kawabe

ryoko.kawabe@jpnsport.jp

Japan Sport Council

Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP)

  • business services

KTPs support organisations wanting to improve their business, for example entering a new market, enhancing performance, or product development.

A KTP enables organisations to access knowledge, skills, expertise and Government funding to improve business performance.

Anna Theaker

Business Development Associate

01509 228624

kt@lboro.ac.uk

Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP)

Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport

  • sportpark
  • sport

LRS aims to provide the single source of sport and physical activity information for players, partners, organisers, coaches, supporters and the media in Leicestershire and Rutland.

John Byrne 01509 564888

j.byrne2@lboro.ac.uk

Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport

LikeMind Media

  • it software crm
  • advanced technology innovation centre

LikeMind Media works with businesses in all sizes and sectors to improve their digital marketing and customer relationship strategies. By focusing on the technical elements, such as how businesses can gather market intelligence by using social media data, LikeMind Media provides KPI focused software, training and consultancy that help meet businesses’ objectives.

Paul Ince

01509 228702

paul@likemind.one

LikeMind Media

Library

  • other services

The Library stocks over 400,000 books, 4,000 current serials and 111,000 bound serials.  Company and individual memberships are available on request for both reference and borrowing facilities.

Academic Librarian 

Louise Fletcher

01509 222368

L.Fletcher@lboro.ac.uk

Library

Loughborough Materials Characterisation Centre

  • academic expertise

The Centre provides a high quality materials characterisation facility to support research within Loughborough University, the wider academic community and for industrial clients. It has a wide range of analytical techniques, some of which have capabilities unique within the UK. The main areas of expertise are Electron and Optical Microscopy, Surface Analysis, X-Ray Diffraction and Thermal Analysis. The facilities are supported by a team of specialists who enable researchers to gain the maximum benefits from the instrumentation.

General enquiries

lmcc@lboro.ac.uk

01509 223387

 

Director – Scott Doak

S.S.Doak@lboro.ac.uk

01509 223314

Loughborough Materials Characterisation Centre

Mail Room

  • other services

The University’s Mailroom Services is a collection point for Royal Mail, DHL, Parcelforce Worldwide and UPS. It also sells stamps and sends personal mail worldwide including large parcels (up to 30kg). It is located in the Manzoni Building and is open Monday to Friday 8.30 - 17.00.

Mailroom Supervisor

Margaret Newton

manzonipost@lboro.ac.uk

01509 222034

Mail Room

Materials Engineering

  • academic expertise

Research in the Department is organised into four research groups – Energy Materials, Advanced Ceramics, Surface Engineering, and Advanced Polymers.

The Department has strong industrial links with partners including Johnson Matthey, Howden, Biomass Fossil Fuel Research Alliance, National Physical Laboratory, E.ON, Underground Coal Gasification Alliance, Rolls-Royce and National Grid.

Our state-of-the-art facilities support work spanning materials synthesis to processing and characterisation. 

Associate Dean Enterprise

Dr Bala Vaidhyanathan

01509 223152

B.Vaidhyanathan@lboro.ac.uk

 

Materials Engineering

Mathematical Sciences

  • academic expertise

Research in the Department spans pure and applied mathematics, and is organised into six research groups – Dynamical Systems, Geometry and Mathematical Physics, Global Analysis and PDEs, Linear and Non-linear Waves, Mathematical Modelling and Stochastic Analysis.

Our partners – spanning a variety of sectors – include BAE Systems, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Office of Naval Research, and AWE (Atomic Weapons Establishment).

Associate Dean Enterprise

Dr Steve Christie

01509 222587

S.D.Christie@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Dr Uwe Thiele

01509 223186

U.Thiele@lboro.ac.uk

Mathematical Sciences

Mathematics Education

  • academic expertise

Research in the MEC explores the fundamental processes involved in learning mathematics, and analyses, develops and evaluates pedagogical practice designed to enhance mathematical learning.

The Schofield Toddler Laboratory facilitates experimental and observational studies. The Eye-Movement Laboratory is equipped with a Tobii T120 eye-tracker, with dedicated computers for stimulus presentation and data logging.

Our research is supported by a range of funding bodies, including Action Medical Research, AQA, the British Academy, The Nuffield Foundation, and The Royal Society.

Mathematics Education

MBA

  • business services

We offer a full-time MBA, an executive part-time MBA and a new MBA in International Sports Management. Find out more about our MBA programmes at www.lboro.ac.uk/mba 

Debi Wright 

Programme Administrator 

01509 228842

mba@lboro.ac.uk

MBA

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

  • academic expertise

Our research spans healthcare, optical, sports engineering and thermofluids.  We are home to two EPSRC Centres in Innovative Manufacturing (Intelligent Automation and Regenerative Medicine) and 

Impacts include the development of World Cup footballs for adidas, reduced emissions engines in partnership with Lotus and Continental Powertrain and automated assembly optimisation with Bosch Rexroth, Ford Motor Company, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering and Schneider Electric.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Professor Paul Conway

01509 227670

P.P.Conway@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Dr Kaddour Bouazza-Marouf

01509 227557

K.Bouazza-Marouf@lboro.ac.uk

Judith Burton

01509 227652

J.M.Burton@lboro.ac.uk

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Mechdyne Corporation Limited

  • IT Software CRM
  • LUSEP

One of the world's leading providers of innovative visual information technologies, MechDyne bends technology in ways that transform complex data into insights and ideas.

Clients include leading government laboratories, energy companies, universities, manufacturing and design firms. Specialities include Innovative Visualization Display Solutions, Software Products and Services, Audio/Visual Systems and Services, Immersive 3D Visualization Environments, Collaboration & Learning Centres, Global Technical Service and Support, Technology Design and Consulting.

Mechdyne Corporation Limited

Medsyndesign

  • pharmaceutical
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • health

Medsyndesign is a synthetic and medicinal chemistry consultancy aimed at pre-clinical drug discovery projects and fine chemical / novel material development. Its work with Pharma, Biotech and Academic research groups provides modern medicinal chemistry input into Drug Discovery programs at the Hit Evaluation, Lead Optimization and CD selection stages. Its work with the fine chemical and novel material sector involves synthetic chemistry and design.

Dr Tony Mete

amete@medsyndesign.com

07450 742537

Medsyndesign

Merlin Powder Characterisation

  • pharmaceutical
  • standards and assurance
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • health

Merlin Powder Characterisation test, measure and characterise a wide range of powder properties, using unique technologies and science of scale techniques to enable small samples to reliably predict large scale behaviour.

This expertise supports the testing and characterisation of early stage development formulations for manufacturing processes, trouble shooting existing formulations and production processes, and bespoke testing to generate data for quality by design and computer modelling projects.

The company undertakes projects for major pharmaceutical companies – including AstraZeneca, BMS, GSK, J&J, Merck, Pfizer, and Sanofi-Aventis – helping them to make huge savings in both time and money during the scale up and production process.

0843 309 1880

info@merlin-pc.com

Merlin Powder Characterisation

Mestrelab

  • pharmaceutical
  • IT Software CRM
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • health

Since Mestrelab was created, (and even when it was a research project at Santiago de Compostela University), its mission was has been to deliver top quality software tools for the scientific research community and to continuously strive to push the state-of-the-art in Graphical User Interfaces, software integration and software science. R&D is the primary focus and heart of Mestrelab; as well as excellence on customer support.

Dr Michael Bernstein

mike@mestrelab.com

07910 371511

Mestrelab

My Tennis

  • sportpark
  • sport

The MyTennis Group is a tennis and sports programme management company based in the UK with a track record in the management of high-performance tennis programmes for players aged 5-adult. My Tennis specialises in providing ambitious young people in tennis and other sports with the opportunity to combine a full-time training programme in their chosen sport and individualised strength and conditioning support with a specialist sports academic programme as part of its unique Sports School. Its Loughborough base is in the Dan Maskell Centre on the University campus.

 

Mark Winship

Director of Tennis

mark@mytennisuk.com

National Grid

  • energy
  • LUSEP
  • charnwood

National Grid is an international electricity and gas company and one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world.

National Grid

Nemaura Pharma

  • pharmaceutical
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • health

Nemaura Pharma are engaged in the pursuit of creating novel drug delivery systems utilizing advanced micro and nano systems. These advanced drug delivery systems are designed to increase the effectiveness and safety of therapeutic drugs, while also reducing complications due to patient non-compliance and mitigating the side effects of less efficient delivery systems.

Kathryn Farrar

kfarrar@nemaura.co.uk

01509 222 912

Nemaura Pharma

Physics

  • academic expertise

The Department specialises in theoretical and experimental condensed matter physics and nanoscience. Areas of applied physics include cardiovascular dynamics, neural networks, drug delivery physics, population dynamics and psychoacoustics. 

The Department has expertise in polarons, superconductivity and molecular electronics and works in partnership with the Department of Materials on research into materials and structures.

Sonobex (www.sonobex.co.uk), a Science and Enterprise Park resident, is Physics Department spin out.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Dr Steve Christie

01509 222587

S.D.Christie@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Dr Biony Sobnack

01509 223307

M.B.Sobnack@lboro.ac.uk

Physics

Politics, History and International Relations

  • academic expertise

The Department specialises in research into the European Union, international relations, politics and political theory.

We are home to the Centre for the Study of International Governance which provides a focus for research on the changing nature of world politics and the challenges posed by managing relationships between an increasingly diverse range of actors at the global, regional, national and subnational levels.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Professor Darren Smith

01509 222745

D.P.Smith@lboro.ac.uk 

Politics, History and International Relations

Professor Gary Critchlow

  • space technologies and applications

Gary Critchlow is Professor of Surface and Interface Science working within the Materials Department at Loughborough University. He has over 25 years' experience developing surface processes for a wide range of industrial sectors including space, aerospace and defence. Gary’s particular research interests include: the development of advanced coatings for adhesion and abhesion promotion; wear and corrosion protection, and; optoelectronic properties.

He has worked with a number of research partners including ESA, the most recent of which, Development of Conducting Oxides (2013-2016) is currently in its final stages. This project looked specifically at the development of conducting corrosion resistant oxides for satellite applications.

He is also a member of numerous boards and committees, including the Society for Adhesion and Adhesives and an Environmental committee as part of a joint NASA/ESA project.

Professor Gary Critchlow

Professor Geoff Wilcox, Dr Mark Ashworth

  • space technologies and applications

Professor Wilcox and his research group have research interests in surface engineering, corrosion and degradation both in electronics and materials in general. In one of the most recent research projects Dr Mark Ashworth and Professor Wilcox have been looking at the growth of tin and zinc whiskers. Both these metals are utilised widely in electronic assemblies, with tin being a key metal in printed circuit board architectures as well as a coating on electronic connectors. There are numerous documented cases where tin whiskers have been cited as the cause of failures in high value electronics circuitry, such as that used in satellites.

In the Department of Materials at Loughborough University the group have been examining the mechanisms behind whisker growth from electroplated coatings and utilising the results to formulate mitigation strategies for high value electronics. These have included the formulation of specifically structured polymeric conformal barrier coatings. The group are also researching many other facets of tin and zinc whisker induced failures and have well-founded facilities to both produce whisker growth and study mitigation strategies utilising advanced surface analytical facilities.

NASA has undertaken a significant amount of research into tin whisker mitigation and Professor Wilcox and the department have experience of working on European Space Agency projects.

View University staff profile - Professor Geoff Wilcox
View University staff profile - Doctor Mark Ashworth

Professor Geoff Wilcox, Dr Mark Ashworth

Professor John Tyrer

  • space technologies and applications

John established and teaches the Ballistics and Rocketry undergraduate teaching module He is currently trying to establish a student rocket/satellite club, to launch nano-satellites into orbit.

John’s research interests in the space sector include:

• High Power Laser Fabrication of Space Structures.
• Laser Enhancement of Photovoltaics.
• Laser Based Whole field Vehicle and Component Structural Integrity.
• Laser Based Structural Dynamics.
• 3D Laser Non-Destructive Testing.
• Dynamic Heat Flow Analysis and Vehicle Armour Design and Testing.

John is also Managing Director & Founder of University Spin Out Company Laser Optical Engineering Ltd.

Professor John Tyrer

Prima Solutions

  • IT Software CRM
  • LUSEP
  • michael pearson

Specialist multi-channel IT software solutions specifically developed for the clothing, footwear and accessories sector.  

Matthew Burrell

mathew.burrell@primasolutions.co.uk

01509 232200

Prima Solutions

Progressive Sports

  • sport

Based in Loughborough University's world leading Sports Technology Institute, Progressive provide a comprehensive range of research-led product development services to major global sports brands.

Emma Weir 

emma@progressivesports.co.uk

01509 564809

Progressive Sports

Protocol IT

  • IT Software CRM
  • advanced technology innovation centre

Protocol IT was established in 2007 to develop and support software solutions, including embedded systems, LAN networks and web technologies. The company specialises in the automation of processes, database manipulation and online case management solutions.

Paul Gadd

info@protocolit.co.uk

01509 556130

Protocol IT

RLC-Lab

  • pharmaceutical
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • health

RLC-lab is a unique mixture of commercial chemistry research and social enterprise. Our core skills are in the application of chromatograph and spectroscopic techniques to support in-house and client projects. We are also proud to play a wider educational role in providing free STEM support to all schools and colleges in the UK – working in partnership with Loughborough University this is the biggest practical science 16+ STEM scheme in the country.

Dr Mark Jones

info@rlc-lab.com

01509 222904

RLC-Lab

Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre

  • energy
  • LUSEP
  • transport

The Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) at Loughborough University represents a strategic partnership between academia and industry set-up to investigate Combustion System Aerothermal Processes.The Loughborough UTC is widely recognised as a world leading research centre and focusses on the complex aerodynamic processes occurring within gas turbine combustion systems and other related engine components

Loughborough University
Charnwood Wing
Epinal Way, Loughborough
Leicestershire, UK
LE11 3TU

+44 (0)1509 227207
Email: utc@lboro.ac.uk

Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre

Segura

  • IT Software CRM
  • advanced technology innovation centre

Segura Systems gives businesses deep insight into their manufacturing supply chain, enabling them to mitigate risk, guarantee ethical sourcing, and save money. Several of the UK's biggest high street retailers, representing approaching 35,000 factories worldwide are using Segura's products to map and manage their global supply chains and monitor transactional order flows.

General office

0844 593 0200

info@segurasystems.com

Segura

Sentle

  • IT Software CRM
  • advanced technology innovation centre

At Sentle we are dedicated to helping businesses transform their customer relationship strategy and day to day productivity through the development of the Sentle Communication CRM. Built using cutting edge cloud technology, Sentle will equip users with the tools required to easily manage their customer’s data, whilst building and maintaining a personal and contextual communication strategy in one easy to use package.

General office

01509 380038

info@sentle.co.uk

Sentle

Shadow Foundr

  • investment
  • IT Software CRM
  • advanced technology innovation centre

Shadow Foundr is the fully authorised and regulated Crowdfunding Platform that lets you follow the lead of experienced investors into early-stage companies. All of our opportunities are funded to a minimum of 30% before they appear on the platform, meaning an investment has serious backing before you commit. Collectively, over the past 7 years, the team at Shadow Foundr has raised in excess of £80m in equity funding, from their networks of business angels and investors. We understand Crowdfunding is an exciting concept but we also understand the importance of putting the investors’ interests and compliance at the core of the activity.

Jason Kluver

01273 789430

info@shadowfoundr.com

Shadow Foundr

Snowsport England

  • sportpark
  • sport

The Governing Body for English skiers and snowboarders is recognised by Sport England, the Sport and Recreational Alliance and the British Olympic Association. It is a Federation of member clubs and associated individuals with a current aggregate membership of 25,000 skiers.

Ian Poynton 01509 232323

ipoynton@snowsportengland.org.uk

Snowsport England

Social Sciences

  • academic expertise

Research covers children and families, communication, social policy, criminology, cultural and media analysis, discourse and rhetoric, methodology, social psychology, sociology and young carers. Our research has informed several significant Government policies.

The Department uses a diversity of methods for data gathering and analysis, but it has a particularly strong international reputation when it comes to the application of inductive and qualitative research methods.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Professor Darren Smith

01509 222745

D.P.Smith@lboro.ac.uk 

Social Sciences

Sport England

  • sportpark
  • sport

Sport England invests National Lottery and Exchequer funding in organisations and projects that will grow and sustain participation in grassroots sport and create opportunities for people to excel at their chosen sport’.

Senior Development Officer 08458 508 508

funding@sportengland.org

Sport England

Sports, Exercise and Health Sciences

  • academic expertise

Our research spans four themes: Behavioural Medicine (lifestyles, reducing risk factors and combating chronic disease), Biomedical Sciences (determinants of health throughout the lifespan), Sport Science (optimising sport performance) and Social Sciences and Sport (critical role of sport and education in society).

The School is based in an £8m development, housing 27 laboratories featuring the latest physiological, molecular and environmental technologies, two climatic chambers, specialist human biology, psychology, physiology and biomechanics laboratories.

We have partnerships with a range of organisations from the public (NHS, government departments, sports governing bodies), private (Coca-Cola, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer) and third (British Heart Foundation, Macmillan, Alzheimer’s Research Trust) sectors.

Associate Dean Enterprise

Dr David Stensel

01509 226344

D.J.Stensel@lboro.ac.uk

 

Undergraduate Placement Tutor

Dr Mark King

01509 226326

M.A.King@lboro.ac.uk

Sports, Exercise and Health Sciences

Sports Technology Institute

  • academic expertise
  • michael pearson
  • sport

The £15M Institute is home to Loughborough University's Sports Technology Research Group, one of the world's leading research groups of its kind and the largest in the UK. The Group has established an international reputation for its work with global brands. The Institute house state-of-the-art equipment and bespoke test rigs.

Sports Technology Institute

Student placements

  • business services

You can employ undergraduates on year-long industrial placements from the majority of our degree programmes.

Students’ progress is monitored by a University tutor, enabling you to build a great relationship with our academics in a directly relevant area of expertise.

Employer Engagement Team

01509 228434

employer.services@lboro.ac.uk

Student placements

Swim England

  • sport
  • sportpark

Swim England is the national governing body for swimming in England. We help people learn how to swim, enjoy the water safely, and compete in all our sports. We work with our partners to create engaging programmes that enable everyone to be active, have fun and stay healthy through swimming. At our heart Swim England is a membership organisation dedicated to supporting our clubs and members to develop and succeed. We maintain the laws of the sport and run world-class national events that are open to all.

01509 618700

Swim England

Szabo

  • IT Software CRM
  • advanced technology innovation centre

Szabo Software & Engineering provides a large area of services from systems consultancy up to system integration. We can assist the customer in mechanical, electrical, electronic, controls, software design, project management and support/training issues.

Istvan Szabo

i.szabo@szabo-engineering.com

01509 222448

Szabo

t4i Engineering

  • chemical detectors
  • IT Software CRM
  • advanced technology innovation centre
  • space technologies and applications
  • advanced manufacturing

t4i Engineering addresses the challenges faced by search and rescue specialists working in toxic environments through the design, development and integration of modular and adaptive detectors and locators.

It also provides single point contact and network facilitation services for research consortia, and leads on R&D which integrates emerging technologies into detectors.

A member of the Integrated Mission Group for Security (IMGS) and Innovate UK’s Robotics and Autonomous Systems Special Interest Group, the company participates in the EDEN supplier platform and the DRIVER community as well as the TOXI-triage project.

T4i engineering use GPS coordinates in our chemical detectors for geo-referencing chemical measurements taken in the field.

Dr George C Pallis

gpallis@t4i.co.uk

t4i Engineering

TFM Networks

  • electronics telecomms
  • IT Software CRM
  • advanced technology innovation centre

TFM Networks Ltd (TFM) is a market leading, business only, Telecom Provider, which offers a complete range of business only services from traditional telephone lines and mobiles, right through to integrated IT communication solutions ,voice and data networks, and access technologies including ADSL, Leased Lines, E.F.M. Circuits Ethernet over fibre and 3G.

TFM Networks

UK Talent Team

  • sportpark
  • sport

The UK Talent Team is a working collaboration between UK Sport and the English Institute of Sport with the remit of supporting the National Governing Bodies of targeted Olympic and Paralympic sports to identify, confirm and develop talented athletes.

UK Talent Team

University Sports Services

  • other services

The University's world-class sports facilities cater for many sports and activities at all levels, with individual or corporate gym and pool memberships. We also offer physiotherapy, sports medicine and individual or corporate well-being services. 

Business Development Manager

Ben Aherne

B.Aherne@lboro.ac.uk

01509 222034

University Sports Services

Vier Information Systems

  • it software crm
  • advanced technology innovation centre

An IT consultancy company offering tech product and services catering to the growing need in the field of Data Analytics and Automation. The company specialises in developing cross-platform applications and systems which would deliver long-term sustainable benefits to the clients based on their key requirements and the markets they are in.

Vier Information Systems

Volleyball England

  • sportpark
  • sport

Volleyball England aims to support the game in all its forms, generate new ideas and plan an exciting period of growth and increased participation.

Volleyball England

Wyoko

  • IT Software CRM
  • advanced technology innovation centre

Wyoko produce cloud based software solutions to measure engagement in health, safety and wellbeing in the workplace. We help companies keep their workforce well-informed, safe, healthy and happy by enhancing the visibility of in-company training and initiatives. Custom designed web and mobile applications are delivered direct to customers, with no reseller mark up.

Wyoko

Youth Sport Direct

  • sportpark
  • sport

The trading arm of the Youth Sport Trust. Youth Sport Direct supports every young person in achieving their full potential by producing a wide range of sport, play and activity equipment and resources. We work closely with the Youth Sport Trust, National Governing Bodies of Sport and commercial partners to ensure our products are innovative, effective and affordable. We believe in investing in the future of young people, as 100% of our profit is reinvested into youth sport programmes. 

Kate Newman

01509 226600

kate.newman@youthsportdirect.org

Youth Sport Direct

Youth Sport Trust

  • sportpark
  • sport

The Youth Sport Trust is a charity that is passionate about helping all young people to achieve their full potential by delivering high quality physical education and sport. We have driven many improvements in PE and school sport, and are continuously looking for new ways to inspire young people to participate, compete, volunteer and officiate.

Jo Simpson

01509 226600

jo.simpson@youthsporttrust.org

Youth Sport Trust

Yakout

  • advanced technology innovation centre

Yakout Limited is a company that is working on different project lines. The main current project is designing and delivering fashionable Egyptian Cotton homeware textiles under the brand of “Hatshepsut”. Hatshepsut was an ancient Egyptian queen who was an icon for beauty, fashion, and strength. Under this brand name we are delivering the most Egyptian homeware shopping experience, as the finished products are manufactured in Egypt, shipped from there, and sold under an Egyptian brand name. Additionally part of the development strategy in for Yakout is to establish a mobile application for android and IOS offering the cotton and providing recommendations of colour matching for the products.

Nourhan Yakout

07591 889356

info@hatshepsut.co.uk