Benjamin Maxwell, Sc'19, named to Forbes 30 Under 30 List

Posted on February 02, 2022


An alumnus of Queen’s Engineering has made this year’s list of Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30. Ben Maxwell graduated from Applied Mathematics in 2019. The influential magazine honours 600 business and industry figures, with 30 selected in 20 different categories.

Here’s what Forbes said about this influential Queen’s alumnus for his contribution to the field of manufacturing and industry.

 

Benjamin Maxwell, Sc'19
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Pulsenics - Manufacturing & Industry

Maxwell, along with Mariam Awara, are cofounders of Pulsenics, which develops technology that monitors real-time electrochemical changes at industrial facilities. The technology allows site operators to reduce downtime, maintenance, and system inefficiencies that account for around 10 to 15 per cent of the total energy used at industrial sites.

 

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Ben Maxwell, Sc'19, and Mariam Awara are co-founders of Pulsenics

 

This article appeared in its original form on the Queen’s Alumni website. Photo credit: Forbes.