Miss Mohiuddin graduated with a BEng (Hons) in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Sheffield in 2013 and an MSc in Autonomous Vehicle Dynamics and Control from Cranfield University in 2016. Upon completion of her degree, she joined Martin-Baker as a Test Engineer conducting investigative trials of ejection seats components from various military aircraft. She then moved to the Systems Engineering Department and currently working as a Systems Engineer where she develops and conducts simulations utilising appropriate software tools, maintains systems requirements, conducts in-depth analyses and supports systems verification.
She is a Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Ambassador and participates in committees of various aerospace societies including the RAeS Manchester and Heathrow Branch as well as the RAeS specialist group – Human Powered Flying Group (HPFG). She is also Vice Chairman of the British Human Powered Flying Club (BHPFC). In addition to her studies, she co-led a team to design and manufacture a Human Powered Aircraft for which she is the pilot. She won the Teddy Fielding trophy from RAeS Manchester Branch and the NR Rowe Certificate of Merit by the President of the RAeS, for her lecture on the project. Her academic research included developing a Hybrid Electric Power Management System for a UAV and Aircraft Electrical Braking Systems among others. Other subjects of interest include Rotorcraft, UAVs, Spacecraft, Avionics and Aircraft Conceptual Design.