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UCL Mechanical Engineering
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Alistair Greig

  • Director of Studies, Professor of Marine Engineering
  • UCL Mechanical Engineering

Contact Professor Greig

Email:
a_greig@meng.ucl.ac.uk
Phone:
+44 (0)207 679 3895
Office Hours:
Wednesday 17:05-17:55 | Thursday 13:05-13:55

About Professor Greig

Alistair Greig was trained as a Marine Engineer by the Royal Corps of Naval Constructors MOD(N) and spent time at sea on warships and submarines. He studied at UCL before returning to take up an academic career. He is Director of Studies for the Department and also a visiting Professor at Stevens Institute of Technology NJ USA.

His research interests include green shipping, concept ship design, and the interplay between legislation and technical development. He also has a strong interest in training and education was one of the main architects of the Faculty’s Integrated Engineering Programme. He regularly acts as a subject expert for the European Commission and sits on a number of Boards and committees related to research and education policy within Europe. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for the IMarEST.

Modules taught

  • MECHGR91 Ship Design Exercise
  • MTEC A2 Introduction to Marine Engineering

Additional non-UCL roles

Visiting Professor Stevens Institute of Technology NJ USA

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