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Dr Nathan Darroch

Dr Nathan Darroch

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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I have over 35 years of personal, academic, and professional knowledge and experience of railway systems, with an interest in the operation and multi-disciplinary management of railway infrastructure and its interfaces with its environment. I am a Member of the Institute of asset Management (MIAM) and the Institute of Engineering & Technology (MIET).

My research includes the gathering and analysis of historical archive and project data for use within railway project and asset management and the sharing of that data across railway based organizations and with their external stakeholders.

Where my research includes:

- analysis of the legal, historical, land use planning, and engineering interfaces between railway-based systems and their environment;

- the short and long-term effects of these interfaces on the railway and their environment (100+ years);

- the effective management of project and asset data for the whole-life presence of railway infrastructure within its environment; and

- the development of processes to gather and share data more effectively.

PhD Transport Studies

University of Aberdeen

Master of Arts Railway Studies

University of York

Land & Vesting Engineer
London Underground

Qualitative data gathering and analysis of legal, historical, engineering, and urban planning data relating to the presence and operation of London Underground infrastructure.

Advising London Underground and external stakeholders of the legal, historical, urban planning, and engineering aspects of the railway infrastructure.

Other public sector
Institute of Asset Management
Institute of Engineering & Technology