Oishi is a Technology scholar and was named as one of the 100 most influential people shaping British technology in 2019 by Business Insider

Oishi is a Technology scholar and was named as one of the 100 most influential people shaping British technology in 2019 by Business Insider (http://bit.ly/2Ra7sei).

Oishi has worked in the Analytics team at Rolls-Royce, she has also worked in safety-critical software development and verification projects for aircraft’s EEC (Electronic Engine Controller) software. Alongside her full-time work at Rolls-Royce, Oishi parallelly started working on a machine learning project as part of winning a tech scholar grant from Sky. Oishi is a UK STEM ambassador, and this has taken her to different places, one of the most prestigious ones is the participation at NATO’s Communication and Information Agency conference in Belgium as a panellist for the session -“Attracting Diverse Talent” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOqoVfo31MA).

Oishi received the prestigious ‘Bright Spark 2018’ award from the Electronics Weekly (https://bit.ly/2rkNyzl), which celebrates Top 30 under 30 engineers in the UK.

Oishi graduated with BEng Software and Electronics Engineering with Industry degree from the University of Leicester. Oishi received the President and Vice Chancellor Student of the Year Award 2017 for performing at an exceptional level across a number of activities and supporting the development of her peers and colleagues (http://bit.ly/2uoGgdK). Oishi received the Achievement Award – Undergraduate Grant 2016 from the prestigious Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Oishi was the runner-up in the UK Telegraph STEM award 2017 in the power system category sponsored by Rolls-Royce (http://bit.ly/2TruM8T).

Oishi is also a professional mentor for the University of Leicester students.