19 May 2020
New Institution of Railway Signal Engineers President is Loughborough alumnus
Dr Daniel Woodland recently became the 96th President of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE).
The IRSE is the professional institution for all those engaged in or associated with railway signalling and telecommunications, train control, traffic management and allied professions.
The alumnus was officially inaugurated through a virtual meeting of the Institution’s governing council.
“I joined the IRSE as a student member in 1995 and since then the Institution has played a significant role in developing my knowledge and competence in railway signalling and control.
“During the coming year as President I hope to promote new and enhanced ways of engaging with and supporting our industry.
“I wish to make a positive contribution to the Institution, its future direction and the benefit that it offers to both its membership and the wider society.”
The alumnus graduated with a MEng degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 1994.
Congratulations to Daniel on the appointment.
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