Telegraph UK compiled the list in collaboration with the Women’s Engineering Society to encourage more women to enter the engineering and allied sectors.
The list features UK’s top rising female stars of engineering chosen from more than 500 nominations.
Dr. Ozak works as a graduate engineer for Cundall, a multidisciplinary engineering consultancy, whilst finishing her Ph.D. in electronic and electrical engineering.
She designs electrical services such as lighting, electrical power, fire detection, CCTV and security systems, for workplaces, schools, retail and residential buildings.
Ozak moved to the UK in 2008 to study an IET accredited BEng in electronic and electrical engineering at Loughborough University.
She graduated in 2011 with first class honors and was awarded a research studentship to undertake a Ph.D. in the same university.
Ozak aims to become a Chartered Engineer with the IET and attend to technical and soft skills career development training.
She shared the good news on her Instagram page.
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