Governance

ICAM is a partnership between BP and four universities, each with specialisms in complementing areas. We work collaboratively to run ICAM on a day-to-day basis and carry out research activity.

The Programme Management Board, made up of representatives from each partner institution, is the primary caretaker of ICAM’s vision and mission implementation.  It reviews and recommends the yearly research programme and develops operating policies and practices.  The research programme requires the approval of the ICAM Governance Board. The Programme Management Board has twelve voting members. The casting vote is made by the Chair in the event of a deadlock.

Key figures at ICAM

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Ahmed Hashmi

Head of Upstream Technology, BP

Allan Matthews

ICAM Deputy Director, The University of Manchester

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Andrew Livingston

Professor of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London

Angela Strank

Head of Technology, Downstream and Chief Scientist, BP

Angelo Amorelli

Vice President Group Research, BP

Anja Sinke

Segment Lead – Downstream, BP

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Colm Durkan

Reader in Nanoscale Engineering, University of Cambridge

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David Eyton

Head of Group Technology, BP

John Baker

Materials Research Scientist, BP

Mike Hodges

Segment Lead – Upstream, BP

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Nancy Sottos

Researcher and Segment Lead, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Neil Alford

Associate Provost, Imperial College London

Norman Fleck

ICAM Principle Investigator, University of Cambridge

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Paul O’Brien

ICAM Principle Investigator, The University of Manchester

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Philip Withers

ICAM Director, The University of Manchester

Robert Averback

Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Sheetal Handa

ICAM Associate Director, BP

Simon Webster

Chief Engineer Corrosion, Inspection and Chemistry, BP

Steve Cook

Vice President Technology Commercialisation, BP