Vaughan Pomeroy

Vaughan Pomeroy began his engineering career with a major aircraft manufacturer, British Aircraft Corporation at Weybridge. He then worked with an international practice of consulting engineers, Mott, Hay and Anderson, on the design and construction of infrastructure projects including tunnels, water supply and irrigation schemes, power generation and distribution and building services. He then spent over thirty years until June 2010 with Lloyd’s Register, ultimately as the Marine Technical Director responsible for the technical policy of the marine business of that classification society. He has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Southampton since 2004. He continues to work with the University of Southampton to facilitate links between industry and the research community, whilst doing some teaching and personal research. He was appointed a Visiting Professor at the College of Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore during 2011. He was the independent member of the Safety Improvement Advisory Group of the UK Civil Aviation Authority. He is an engineering graduate of the University of Cambridge, a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and a Fellow and Honorary Vice President of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology. He is registered with FEANI as a European Engineer and with the Engineering Council UK as a Chartered Engineer. He is a Life Patron of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.

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    2018
    6:30 pm NW Regional AGM + Lecture: Georg... @ MANCHESTER Museum of Science & Industry
    NW Regional AGM + Lecture: Georg... @ MANCHESTER Museum of Science & Industry
    Sep 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
    Newcomen North West AGM followed by Peter Reed’s lecture:  George E Davis and the Dawning of Chemical Engineering in Britain. The founder of the Chemical Trade Journal who taught at Manchester Technical College – the[...]
    Oct
    3
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    2018
    7:00 pm The R101 Disaster and the Broken... @ BIRMINGHAM ThinkTank, Birmingham Science Museum,
    The R101 Disaster and the Broken... @ BIRMINGHAM ThinkTank, Birmingham Science Museum,
    Oct 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    A lecture by Dr Bryan Lawton
    Oct
    9
    Tue
    2018
    6:00 pm The Battle for a Grand and Deep ... @ NEWCASTLE Discovery Museum
    The Battle for a Grand and Deep ... @ NEWCASTLE Discovery Museum
    Oct 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
    A lecture by Dr Leona Skelton: The Battle for a Grand and Deep River, The Tyne Improvement Commission’s Visionary Engineering Work, 1850 – 1968
    Oct
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    2018
    5:45 pm Henry Ford’s Holiday in 1928 @ LONDON 75 Cowcross St,
    Henry Ford’s Holiday in 1928 @ LONDON 75 Cowcross St,
    Oct 10 @ 5:45 pm – 7:45 pm
    A lecture by Professor David Perrett: Henry Ford’s Holiday in 1928    . Please note change to venue.
    Oct
    16
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    2018
    6:30 pm The Refurbishment of Hammersmith... @ PORTSMOUTH University of Portsmouth
    The Refurbishment of Hammersmith... @ PORTSMOUTH University of Portsmouth
    Oct 16 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
    A lecture by Paul Jackson: Refurbishment of Hammersmith Viaduct. The lecture is planned to be held at the University of Portsmouth commencing at 6.30p.m.  The building and room will be confirmed in due course.
    Oct
    18
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    2018
    7:30 pm Surveying the UK’s oldest comple... @ BRISTOL BAWA
    Surveying the UK’s oldest comple... @ BRISTOL BAWA
    Oct 18 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
    A lecture by David Hardwick: Surveying the UK’s oldest complete Newcomen Engine House, Brislington, 1740
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