On Thursday 21 September, Engineers Ireland President Dr Kieran Feighan will deliver his address in Clyde Road, entitled 'Fusing Transport, Energy and Technology – Engineering an Irish Revolution'
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All members are welcome and encouraged to attend this keynote event in the Engineers Ireland calendar when President, Dr Kieran Feighan, will give his Presidential Address.  This year’s Address will take place on Thursday, 21 September and is entitled, ‘Fusing Transport, Energy and Technology – Engineering an Irish Revolution’.

Attendees are asked to arrive in 22 Clyde Road in Ballsbridge from 6pm with the Address commencing at 6.30pm. It will be followed by light snacks and refreshments in Café Clyde.

Admission is free and all are welcome.  You are however asked to register your intention to attend.

Dr Kieran Feighan is a chartered engineer, a fellow of Engineers Ireland by presidential invitation, and a Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. He holds a BE (First Hons) degree in civil engineering from University College Galway, and was awarded the NUI Bursary in Civil Engineering in 1983. He used the bursary to continue his education in the United States, and was awarded a master’s degree in civil engineering (1985) and a PhD in transportation engineering (1988) from Purdue University, Indiana. Prior to returning to Ireland, he worked with the US Army Corps of Engineers Research Laboratory and with a specialised pavement engineering firm in Champaign, Illinois. Feighan also holds a postgraduate diploma in construction law and contract administration from Trinity College Dublin.  You can read Kieran’s complete biography here.

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All members are welcome and encouraged to attend this keynote event in the Engineers Ireland calendar when President, Dr Kieran Feighan, will give his Presidential Address.  This year's Address will take place on Thursday, 21 September and is entitled, 'Fusing Transport, Energy and Technology – Engineering an Irish Revolution'. Attendees...