The Engineering and Computer Science Committee is an all-island multidisciplinary committee formed in September 2014. Committee members represent academia, media, industry and government. The main functions of the committee are to address issues of national and international concern through a programme of works, advise the Academy on policy formation and act as the national adhering organisation for international unions including the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (IUTAM) and the International Union of Radio Science (URSI). Learn more about the Committee here.
Very happy to have been appointed to the Engineering and Computer Sciences Multidisciplinary Committee of the Royal Irish Academy for the 2022-2026 term. Looking forward to it!@RIAdawson https://t.co/bSE4DWU10M@UCDmechanics @UCD_Research @UCD_EI @NexSysEnergy @MaREIcentre
— Vikram Pakrashi (@DSRL_UCDMECH) May 10, 2022
Delighted to be appointed to the Engineering & Computer Science Committee at the Royal Irish Academy – looking forward to working with this multidisciplinary committee to inform and shape STEM policy nationally and internationally @EngineeringUCC @SEFSUCC @UCC @SustFutures2021 pic.twitter.com/mcdpLt532w
— Dr Marguerite Nyhan (@margueritenyhan) May 5, 2022