Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education - Member
BCRRE is the largest rail-focused academic research centre in Europe and some way beyond; it has an international reputation for translational research across multiple themes, including: Condition Based Maintenance, Remote Condition Monitoring, Ride Quality Assessment, Energy Efficiency Monitoring & Saving, Capacity/Operations Management/Development, Data Analysis and Cyber Security.
BCRRE’s MSc courses in Railway Systems Engineering and Integration (RSEI) and Railway Safety and Communications Systems (RSCS) have developed Railway Engineering/Operations staff from over 50 countries for nearly 30 years. Additionally, for eligible UK-based participants, both courses are available as fully-funded Level 7 Degree Apprenticeships.
BCRRE’s strong railway expertise and commitment to enterprise and innovation enables it to advise and work alongside key industry initiatives, such as: Network Rail’s Digital Railway Programme, HS2’s Track Design Strategy and London Underground’s Asset Management Programme.
BCRRE leads the UK Rail Research and Innovation Network (UKRRIN): a collaboration of 20+ universities and 30+ industrial partners which is leading the industry’s innovation activity. Additionally, BCRRE is a founding member of the 17-strong European Rail Clusters Initiative (ERCI), all of which makes it well-placed to assist innovative UK companies, from SMEs to large organisations, to gain a foothold within railway supply chains at home and abroad
Profile last updated: 2024-01-04 03:57