Engineering Education, Industrial Engineering, Automotive Engineering
Dr Graham King is an Automotive Engineer in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at UWI with 16 years of experience in the automotive industry and 12 years in Academia. He graduated from Loughborough University with First Class Honours (BEng and DIS) and The University of Warwick with Distinction (MSc and EngD). Dr. King is a Chartered Mechanical Engineering and member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (UK).
Dr. King is Chair of the Faculty of Engineering Entrepreneurship Committee, a member of the St. Augustine Campus Innovation Committee and a member of the University Intellectual Property Sub-Committee. Dr. King is coordinator of the MSc programme in Engineering Management and he chairs the Mechanical and Manufacturing Enterprise Research Centre.
Active research under Dr. King’s supervision is in sustainable transport, particularly e-mobility ; Industry 4.0 to boost regional industrial competitiveness; and engendering innovation and an effective innovation ecosystem for National Development. With a passion for University-Industry Collaboration, Dr. King brokers industry-based projects, has close ties to the T&T Energy Chamber and serves on the TTMA Productivity Committee.
Dr. King is an Executive Attaché in global not-for-profit Congress WBN, a senior leader in Elijah Centre with responsibility for 17 communities around the world, and Global Director of Global Leadership Interlink. He is a member of the board of Arrive Alive.
In his spare time, Dr. King enjoys spending time with his family and runs, cycles, and participates in triathlons.