The NRN-Engineering Management Board is the senior governing body of the Network and will provide strategic input. The Board is chaired by the NRN Director and will be supported by the NRN administrative staff. Its specific responsibilities are:
- To develop collaborative scientific initiatives through workshops, seminars, public lectures, etc.
- To discuss and if appropriate agree to support joint bids to external funding calls and to monitor the progress of such bids and projects.
- To oversee the User Engagement and Knowledge Transfer activities of the Network.
- To issue calls for funding, arrange for the assessment of proposals and make appropriate funding awards.
- To allocate resources to central activities, calls for funding and other network activities.
- To monitor the progress towards delivering the NRN targets and to prepare and agree reports to the Oversight Committee, the Scientific Advisory Board and the Welsh Government.
- To oversee the Graduate School activities, including the provision of any specific training.
- To implement and oversee collaborative outreach activities
- To agree and monitor a strategy for external communication and dissemination of NRN activities
Meet the Board
- Professor Steve Brown, Head of the College of Engineering at Swansea University
- Professor Huw Summers, Director of the Sêr Cymru NRN Advanced Engineering, Swansea University
- Professor Perumal Nithiarasu, Personal Chair Engineering, Swansea University
- Claudia Rabello Davies, Project Manager for the Sêr Cymru NRN Advanced Engineering, Swansea University
- Ruth Thomas, Project Assistant for Sêr Cymru NRN Advanced Engineering, Swansea University
- Professor Paul Spencer, Dean of College of Physical and Applied Sciences, Bangor University
- Professor Sam Evans, Director of School, Cardiff University
- Professor Paul Tasker, Deputy Head of School, Cardiff University
- Philip Wallace, Regional Manager, TWI Limited TWI Technology Centre Wales
- Nick Couling, Industrial Academic Research Engineering, TWI Technology Centre Wales
- Matthew Sayer, Senior Science Officer, Office of the Chief Scientific Adviser for Wales, Economy, Science and Transport, Welsh Government