Dr Stuart Grey

Dr Stuart Grey

I am Undergraduate Course Director for the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow and run Student Voice, a class evaluation platform focussed on improving teaching through improved communication. My research involves precise orbit determination and force modelling of spacecraft and space debris as well as applying machine learning techniques to help improve teaching.

I also give public lectures and run a number of public engagement activites centred around 3D printing and space debris for those who are traditionally under-represented in engineering.

Please get in touch at stugrey@stugrey.com


Young Weir-Wise 2019

Discovering Engineering with S2 Girls. It was time again to run 2 sessions as part of the Young Weir-WISE outreach activity at Strathlcylde. This time we focussed on 3 key areas in the future use of space, 1. Global space based internet, 2. Orbital/sub-orbital transport and 3. Global real-time satellite video. Jan 29, 2019

Strathclyde Headstart 2018

In the last of the 3 outreach events we've run this summer we had 40 students from the Headstart scheme run by the Engineering Development Trust. Overall i've had a fantastic few weeks meeting over 240 young people interested in engineering and can't wait to see what they get up to. Jun 27, 2018

Engineering the Future for Girls 2018

We spent the day with 100 S3 girls giving them an idea what is involved in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and how we might tackle some of the engineering challenges involved with preventing and removing space debris. Jun 18, 2018

VR Space Debris for the Scottish Space School 2018

We ran a session on space debris as part of the Scottish Space School for 100 students from schools across Scotland. This year we also had our 3D printers on show and had a couple of special visitors. Jun 12, 2018

Strathclyde Teaching Excellence Awards 2018

I was lucky enough to be nominated for a Strathclyde Teaching Excellence Award this year along with a number of colleagues in the department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. May 11, 2018