Kathryn Taylor is responsible for managing and delivering R&D projects within Romax, including collaborations with academia and industry. The projects mostly focus on efficiency improvements in automotive drivetrains, including both mechanical efficiency and EV/HEV. Kathryn graduated in physics from the University of Oxford, completed a physics PhD at the University of Nottingham in 2009, and completed an MSc in Engineering with the Open University in 2015. She has 12 years of experience in software development, including 6 years at Romax. Kathryn is a Chartered Engineer, and is active in her local and regional committees of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.