64. Hania Mohiuddin
Average Post Engagement: 29.30
What I use Linkedin for:
I use LinkedIn as a platform to share notable advancements in technology, my own projects and my futuristic mission’s progress.
The sole purpose of my LinkedIn profile is to strive for greater collective enlightenment.
Number of Followers:
Aerospace & Aviation
Who am I:
I am an Aerospace Engineer on a mission to define and build the most awesome future for the Aerospace industry. Thinking 50+ / 100+ years into the future.
What I do:
Armed with 7 years of experience within the Aerospace sector, I am on a mission to bring my futuristic engineering ideas and visions to life.
My work and expertise span multiple fields in Aerospace Engineering including RADAR Systems, Sensors Fusion, Combat Aircraft Ejection Systems, UAV Systems, Autonomous Vehicles and Human Powered Aircraft.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I am on a mission to define, design, build and contribute to the most awesome future for the Aerospace industry. Thinking 50+ / 100+ years into the future.
The most ambitious goal that I can dedicate my life to, contributing to a better future.
Who I follow on Linkedin
Awesome proven leaders.
The master strategists.
The ones silently working to build ultimate Aerospace solutions for decades into the future.
The unconventional ones.
The ones who talk about solutions and not just problems.
Hania’s Favorite Post
Post title: My name on Mars. How cool is that!!
Stats: Above 4k views and 94 likes
I have been fascinated by the planet Mars since I was a child. In 2019 I got a boarding pass for the NASA Perseverance Rover (Mars2020 mission);to take my name to Mars. It landed on Mars Jezero Crater in February 2021.
I had “planted my flag” on Mars, in anticipation of my future Aerospace plans.
Hania’s Successful Post
Post title: My first ever Executive Decision!!
Stats: Approx 7.5k post views and 100 likes.
This post is about my first ever Executive Decision as chair of the British Human Powered Flying Club.
I had to decide whether to go ahead with Icarus Cup 2021 competition amid Covid-19 surge. This is the only competition of its kind (outside of Japan) that brings together Human Powered Aircraft teams from UK and abroad. It’s a vital platform for teams to test their aircraft. Failure to do my job meant risking a covid-19 hotspot in the area.
My strategy worked. Zero covid cases. Another record-breaking year for HPA flying under my leadership. The Executive Decision was correct.