Kathryn Taylor is an R&D Project Engineer at Romax Technology, responsible for delivering R&D projects mostly focused on efficiency improvements in automotive drivetrains. Romax Technology is a leading global provider of integrated software and services for gearbox, bearings and driveline systems in various sectors including automotive, off-highway, wind energy, aerospace, marine, and rail.
Kathryn graduated in physics from the University of Oxford, and completed a physics PhD at the University of Nottingham in 2008. She has 10 years of experience in software development, including 4 years at Romax working on various software and R&D projects. She is a Chartered Engineer, and organises events with her local committee of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers as well as volunteering as a STEM Ambassador.