“I would absolutely recommend CEnv to other IOM3 members - anyone dealing with materials science and engineering or industrial developments of some shape or form will no doubt be in contact with the environment and society, and related impacts on both - it is well worth being aware of the wider impact of affairs.”
Chartered Environmentalist Cem Selcuk has always been interested in new developments in business, and this led to a career in innovations. A member of The Welding Institute, TWI, Cem headed its first innovation centre, in partnership with Brunel University. Having grown it to scale and established a culture of innovation, he is now developing the TWI Innovation Network internationally through multiple collaborations in industry and academia.
This role has seen Cem, in partnership with businesses, introduce new developments and concepts that have made a positive impact to the environment and society as a whole. It has also provided Cem the opportunity to get involved in several projects and multinational programmes, with environmental targets and benefits at the outset.
Through the professional development aspect of his role, Cem is involved in encouraging industry and academia to recognise the benefits of Chartered Environmentalist status, seeing it as part of almost every development across the science & engineering and business innovations. As an active Chartered Environmentalist through the Society for the Environment, a fellow of both TWI and the IOM3, and senior roles within committees across these groups, Cem has helped to highlight the importance of recognising the societal and environmental challenges in delivering business.
Cem became a Chartered Environmentalist through membership of the Institution of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3 )
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