Martin Goosey Appointed Visiting Professor in Sustainable Electronics Manufacturing

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Loughborough University’s engineering students will gain unique industry insights thanks to a new appointment supported by the Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professors scheme. Dr. Martin Goosey joins the University for the next three years in the School of Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering, where his significant experience of industry practice and appreciation of the challenges the sector faces will help ensure Loughborough’s engineering graduates have the skills and knowledge it demands. 

He said: “Having worked as a researcher in the electronics industry for over forty years, I am delighted to have this opportunity to pass on some of my experience to the future generations of scientists and technologists that are beginning their career journeys at Loughborough University.

 “I have been engaged with the University in various ways over the last 20 years, including working on collaborative R&D projects and co-directing the Innovative Electronics Manufacturing Research Centre.  This exciting new appointment gives me the chance to continue my involvement with Loughborough and to engage with the undergraduate community.



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