The following people have been named as Visiting Professors in the 2017/18 funding round:
Dawn Bonfield MBE (Towards Vision) at Aston University
Visiting Professor in Inclusive Engineering: Embedding Diversity and Inclusivity in Engineering Education
Dawn Bonfield is working with Aston University to embed the principles of inclusion into engineering through a combination of individual behavioural change, structural alignment, and the teaching of the principles of inclusive engineering. The aim of this work is to simultaneously ensure that the engineering sector works towards a culture of inclusion, as well as ensuring that our future engineering products and services are free from bias and discrimination.
Dr Tim Fox (Independent Energy Consultant) at University of Exeter
Visiting Professor in Clean Energy and Public Engagement
Dr Tim Fox is focussed on sharing industrial experience in energy storage technologies and low carbon cooling through undergraduate curriculum development and teaching. He is also creating new learning resources to develop staff and student skills in public engagement and policy advocacy, as well as helping disseminate student project work to industry.
Malcolm Lees (Independent IT Consultant) at King's College London
Visiting Professor in Software Performance Engineering
Malcolm Lees is working with KCL to develop and trial a new Software Performance Engineering module for inclusion in the Department of Informatics degree curriculum. Using his 40+ years IT experience, the module will enable students to understand and execute performance engineering disciplines to deliver performant and scalable applications by early mitigation of performance risk that results in a lower total cost of ownership through cost avoidance, both directly & indirectly.
Dr Nicholas John Hazel (Retired / Independent Industry Consultant) at University College London
Visiting Professor in Out-Of-The-Box Solutions for Engineering Problems
Atul Roy (British Telecom) at University of Kent
Visiting Professor in Communication Networks
Atul Roy is a strong believer of lifelong learning and development through a combination of theatrical and real-world exposure. His lectures on Digital Communication includes examples from industry on its implementation, technical and business challenges as well as how students could excel in different types of roles using learnings from this module. Atul is a supervisor of multiple engineering projects where he brings both knowledge as well as resources from BT to support project activities. Atul also gives talks to students on career and personal development.
Professor K. Clive Thompson (ALS Life Sciences) at University of East London
Visiting Professor in Sustainable Environmental Sciences and Engineering
John Eldridge CEng FIMechE (Cammell Laird Shiprepairers & Shipbuilders Limited) at University of Liverpool
Visiting Professor in Developing the Next Generation Engineers
The primary role of John Eldridge at Liverpool Universities's School of Engineering is to enhance the employability of its graduates. This includes; chairing the Industrial Liaison Board and reinforcing the links between the school and industry; delivering lectures on the role of the engineer; and mentoring the Liverpool University Formula Student team
Gary Morgan (ETAS Ltd) at University of York
Visiting Professor in Development of Deeply Embedded Safety-Critical Systems
Dr Gary Morgan is an expert on deeply embedded systems in the automotive domain. Such systems have to be small, fast and correct due to the economic constraints of the market, and are often also safety-relevant. Dr Morgan will contribute to the course at York by teaching the key factors that differentiate the engineering of such deeply embedded systems and how, practically, to implement them. This will be reinforced with lab sessions using an industry-standard embedded automotive operating system based upon the AUTOSAR standard.
Robert Deaves (Dyson Ltd) at Imperial College London
Visiting Professor in System Architecture for Robotics
Dr Rob Deaves will enhance the teaching of robotics by introducing ‘systems thinking’ to the undergraduate courses. Further, experience gained in taking robotic products to mass production will also be provided. This will be achieved through delivering lectures, supporting laboratory sessions and organising student industrial visits. In addition, he will continue his work with the department as a Steering Committee member on the DTC and supporting the Dyson Robotics Laboratory.
Ruth Allen (RSKW) at University of Exeter
Visiting Professor in Infrastructure Engineering
Don McQuillan (RPS Consulting Engineers) at The Queen's University of Belfast
Visiting Professor in Engineering Design
Don McQuillan will work with students to advise and guide them through the design process in civil infrastructure design, as well as enhancing the student learning experience by suggesting research ideas. He will develop the course by setting design questions, steering any required changes, and overseeing the review of structural design in the curriculum.
Patrick Conaghan (Retired) at Heriot Watt University
Visiting Professor in Building Services & Environmental Engineering
Dr John Harris (HR Wallingford Ltd) at University College London
Visiting Professor in Coastal and Offshore Engineering
John Harris will contribute to UCL’s current degree programmes, including inputting expertise into multi-disciplinary design projects, strengthening the applied aspects of existing modules, guiding the curriculum development of new modules, and co-supervising third year research projects. John’s contribution is also expected to involve developing and delivering two new modules: on the design of marine structures, and on coastal and seabed processes. These will extend the scope of work possible in Integrated Design Projects, as well as providing graduates with practical and industry knowledge.
Dr Shidhartha Das (ARM) at Newcastle University
Visiting Professor in Low Power Embedded Systems
Dr. Shidhartha Das will deliver lectures broadly within the general domain of low-power embedded computing to undergraduate students in the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Newcastle University. In addition, he will also lecture on the practical aspects of working in industry and the importance of intellectual property rights and how they help protect and foster innovation. Finally, he will also use this opportunity to supervise undergraduate and post-graduate dissertation research to help students emphasize the industrially relevant aspects of their projects.
Gordon Findlay (BuroHappold Engineering) at Brunel University London
Visiting Professor in Equipping Engineering Students with Practical Industry Skills and Professional Competence
Gordon Findlay will equip engineering students with practival industury skills and professional competence, with the key objective of producing job-ready candidates. He will apply this across a range of water engineering and sustainability modules through focussed lectures, practical design projects, liaison with industry/employers and alignment with the key requirements for charter-ship.
Oliver Broadbent (Think Up) at Imperial College London
Visiting Professor in Experience-led Learning
Stephen Newbury (Williams Advanced Engineering Limited) at University of Oxford
Visiting Professor in Future Materials Technology and Business
Stephen Newbury will bring lessons from industry as innovation learning within the materials faculty through lectures, group design projects, visits and one on one support. The aim is to help students understand the wider mechanics of industry, including; technical projects, investment, the commercialisation of technology and business model design, whilst bringing SME and Corporate perspectives. Stephen will also sit on the industry advisory board.
Dr Brian Henderson (North Composites Engineering Ltd) at University of Central Lancashire
Visiting Professor in Composite Materials Skills and Employability
Dr Raj Nangia FRAeS (R.K. Nangia Consultants) at University of the West of England
Visiting Professor in Aerospace Vehicle Performance and Aerodynamics
Dr Raj Nangia is a consultant aerospace engineer with industrial experience in International projects ranging from Concorde to modern day UCAVs. His role at UWE, Bristol is to advise on ways to enhance the aerodynamics development in both the aerospace degrees and research. He will be working with students to enhance their technical and professional practice skills making them more useful to industry and thus more employable.
James Yu (Scottish Power Energy Networks) at University of Glasgow
Visiting Professor in Integrated Energy Systems
James Yu will look into the integrated networks (heat/electricity/transport) and their value in the low carbon economy transition. He will undertake a range of teaching and mentoring activities, as well as supporting curriculum development, and the proposal of a new course on Integrated Energy Systems.
Sean Moran (Expertise Limited) at University of Chester
Visiting Professor in Process Design for Employability
Eur Ing Sean Moran is a process plant designer, and trouble-shooter. His work at the University of Chester involves teaching as realistic as possible an approach to plant design, with a view to enhancing the employability of students. As well as offering support on curriculum development, all final year students will be undertaking design of effluent treatment plants under his guidance, and he is also involved in a module on pharmaceutical plant design.
Dr Jochen L Leidner (Thomson Reuters) at University of Sheffield
Visiting Professor in Data Analytics
Jochen Leidner is a scientist with a background of computer science, engineering, and computational linguistics, and he has extensive experience in academic and industry research, development and teaching covering natural language processing, machine learning, big data, and data science/analytics. At Sheffield, he will design and deliver a new lecture course on data analytics. He will also be involved in reviewing the curriculum to provide feedback from an industry perspective as well as defining and co-supervising student projects.
Dr Paul Taylor FRAeS (Retired / Consultant) at University of the West of England
Visiting Professor in Rotocraft Stability and Control
Dr Paul Taylor is an expert in Helicopter Handling Qualities and Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS) design. His work at UWE, Bristol will be to further the development of rotorcraft and flight control throughout the aerospace degrees including enhancing the multidisciplinary project-based activities. He will also liaise with colleagues in industry to increase and reinforce the links with the university.
Chris Winter (Independent IT Consultant) at University of Plymouth
Visiting Professor in Information Engineering Innovation
Colin Cunningham (UK ATC) at University of Edinburgh
Visiting Professor in Innovation, Instrumentation and Systems Engineering
Colin Cunningham will be using his experience of leading interdisciplinary and international teams in the design and build of demanding and complex instrumentation systems for space science and astronomy to show students how to use systems engineering principles to solve real-world problems and to innovate for economic and societal benefit.
Dr Honor Powrie (General Electric) at University of Southampton
Visiting Professor in Data and Analytics, Asset Condition Monitoring and Management
Prof Powrie’s expertise lies in data and analytics, equipment condition monitoring and asset management. She has worked with customers spanning a broad range of industries including Aviation, Oil & Gas, Digital, Industrial Power, Renewables, Transportation and Capital. As a visiting professor to the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, Prof Powrie will use her wealth of experience to enhance students learning experiences and improve their employability through direct exposure to industry requirements and practices.
Dr Uwe Stein (Artemis Intelligent Power) at University of Edinburgh
Visiting Professor in Design and Manufacturing
Dr Uwe Stein will be helping with the creation of new, industry relevant “design - make - test" courses for all undergraduate students. In particular, his role will be to substantially reinforce the practical aspects of design and manufacture and to link these directly to the more theoretical aspects of the degree program.
The following people are currently active RAEng Visiting Professors from the 2016/17 funding round:
Andrew Jackson (Foster + Partners) at University of Sheffield
Visiting Professor in Sustainable Building Design
Andrew Jackson has primarily worked with Architectural Engineering students on their Integrated Design Project, helping them develop the practical skills they need to apply the previously learnt theory to the process of sustainable building design. Using this experience, Andrew has helped the University develop the syllabus to ensure it meets the needs of industry and gives the students the best opportunity to secure a top position within the industry. He has also lectured students from various courses on topics including sustainability, passive design, renewable technologies, systems design, and analysing context.
Andrew Langridge (PRICE Systems Ltd) at University of Bath
Visiting Professor in Whole life Cost Engineering and Cost Data Management
Andrew Banford (National Nuclear Laboratory) at University of Manchester
Visiting Professor in Next Generation Nuclear Chemical Engineer
Anthony Morgan (IBM) at University of Leeds
Visiting Professor in Innovation in Industry
Tony Morgan has created a new 10 credit "Innovation Thinking and Practice" module for final year Engineering and Business undergraduates. This focuses on developing innovation, collaboration, commercial awareness and communication skills through team based projects creating a prototype, business case and presentation. Tony has also delivered employability workshops and carried out a range of additional activities.
Dr Allen J Edwards (Consultant / Retired) at Cardiff University
Visiting Professor in Nuclear Engineering
Professor Allen Edwards has been lecturing in Nuclear Engineering to undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as supervising Nuclear Engineering related UG projects. He has facilitated UG year in industry placements, along with organising and accompanying students on nuclear industry visits. Additional activities undertaken for the School of Engineering have included attending meetings as a member of the Industrial Advisory Board, attending the PhD Conference, and mentoring one of the School’s Research Groups.
Dr Andrew Sherlock (ShapeSpace Ltd) at University of Edinburgh
Visiting Professor in Product Design for Profitability
Dr Caspar Clark (Helia Photonics Ltd) at University of the West of Scotland
Visiting Professor in Functional Thin Film Materials & Applications
Dr Caspar Clark has been working closely with four PhD students mentoring on aspects of advanced gas sensing diagnostics for medical applications, lead selenide deposition for infrared detectors (including hosting the student at his company), post deposition processing and novel plasma source development. In addition, Caspar is assisting with the design of courses and will deliver aspects of two taught MSc modules. He also chairs the industrial advisory board and is developing a student summer placement programme for undergraduates.
Dr David RS Williams at Loughborough University
Visiting Professor in Sustainable Building Physics
Dr Jon Machtynger (IT Specialist, Cloud Advisor) at University of Surrey
Visiting Professor in Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Innovation
Dr Jon Machtynger has reviewed modules to identify areas of change supporting more industrial relevance. A gap was also identified relating to industrial alignment of project content (e.g. user-centricity, security, scalability, resilience). The final year guide will be modified to reflect these aims. A number of taught sessions have been delivered relating to career progression, project delivery hygiene, and cloud innovation. A joint MSc in Data Science is also under consideration to allow more visibility of IBM roles, industry expectations and faster on-boarding.
Dr Nelson Ogunshakin OBE (Association for Consultancy and Engineering) at Aston University
Visiting Professor in Engineering and Infrastructure Leadership
Dr Richard Pearson (BP Technology Centre) at Brunel University London
Visiting Professor in Advanced Powertrain and Fuels
Dr Richard Pearson has delivered lectures on advanced powertrain engineering, vehicle CO2 emissions, and fuel economy on the BEng/MEng course in Mechanical Engineering. He has supported research in the effects of water injection on engine combustion systems, reviewed research grant applications, and discussed strategic research direction for engine and vehicle technology with the Vice Dean for Research. He has also supported an event run by the Brunel Women in Engineering and Computing Mentoring scheme.
Dr Paul A. Davies (Lloyd's Register Global Technology Centre) at Liverpool John Moores University
Visiting Professor in Risk Assessment and Marine Technology
Dr Paul Davies has delivered lectures and helped revise modules for BEng/MEng Mechanical & Marine Engineering and MSc Marine & Offshore Engineering. This has focused on risk assessment in practical industrial applications. Paul has also mentored students, helped supervise research projects and contributed to two papers through collaboration with research students and staff.
Dr Vili Panov (Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd) at University of Lincoln
Visiting Professor in Gas Turbine Performance Diagnostics and Health Management
Dr Vili Panov joined the University of Lincoln in 2016 as a Visiting Professor in Gas Turbine Performance Diagnostics and Health Management. He has contributed to teaching and mentoring through the delivery of Guest Lectures related to gas turbine technology and co-supervision of students on their individual final year projects. Involved in research activities in the field of machine fault diagnostics, contributing as a co-author of several technical papers.
Graeme Shaw (TFL) at University of Southampton
Visiting Professor in Integrated Construction and Project Management
Kevin Steptoe (Sondrel) at University of York
Visiting Professor in Management, Design and Fabrication of Digital Devices and Systems
Martin Goosey (MTG Research Ltd) at Loughborough University
Visiting Professor in Sustainable Electronics Manufacturing
Martin Goosey has focussed on sustainable electronics manufacturing. During the past year he has supervised a number of laboratory practicals on printed circuit board manufacturing, and also given lectures for the same course. Martin has been the supervisor of three industrial placement students. Additionally, he have also lectured on product design and is availible as a mentor for the undergraduates at the University.
Martin Simpson (Arup) at University of Liverpool
Visiting Professor in Digital Design, Construction and Collaboration in the Built Environment
Paul Tymkow (Hoare Lea LLP) at Brunel University London
Visiting Professor in Sustainable Built Environment Engineering
Paul’s activities have focused on design approaches to improve the energy effiency and sustainability of the built environment. Paul has also delivered ten 2-hour lectures covering a range of interrelated aspects of design; as well as contributing to project assignments through enhancing the briefing, providing guidance, reviewing presentations, and the constructive critique of reports.
Peter Debney (Arup) at University of Bradford
Visiting Professor in Structural Engineering Design and Computer Simulation
Peter Debney’s work with Bradford University has involved tutoring the Masters students on the Advanced Structural Design module and teaching on the Masters Finite Element Analysis module. He has also taught individual first and second year classes on BIM and FEA.
Robert Harris (Rob Harris Design Limited) at University of Southampton
Visiting Professor in Auditorium and Building Acoustics
Rob Harris has lectured on hearing loss in the music industry and speech intelligibility. He has led interactive design workshops on auditorium design and noise control and an inter-disciplinary group design project for an outdoor music performance enclosure. Rob has reviewed lecture notes, liaised on overseas university exchange visits and carried out mock job interviews.
Robert Ian Hutchison (Corbil Ltd) at University College London
Visiting Professor in Application and Development of Academic Learning into the Railway Domain
Robert Hutchinson is interfacing his railway industry knowledge and experience into the CEGE Department Masters programmes through: exposing the students to railway engineering and providing enhanced knowledge base; the provision of rail focused Masters modules; the application of railway learning to student’s integrated solutions; and facilitating Honorary Lecturer placements and enhancement of the relationship with the railway industry.
Robert William Shanks (Retired) at Coventry University
Visiting Professor in Enhancing Student Engagement in Sustainable Manufacture using Practice-based Supervision
Robert Shanks has worked with students acting on projects with the aim of improving the understanding of the students in terms of the generic skills learnt and relating to the wider aspect of the commercial world including commercial compliance and design sustainability. This has extended to pastoral guidance.
Steve Franklin (Philips Research) at University of Sheffield
Visiting Professor in Bioengineering Industrial Innovation and Exploitation
Steve Franklin has taken an active part in the education, coaching and advising of undergraduate Masters students and PhD students, focusing on the departments of Mechanical Engineering (ME) and Materials Science and Engineering (MSE). Providing Masterclasses to CDT Tribology PhD students on industrial applications of tribology principles and case studies, and lectures on to undergraduates following Tribology and Bioengineering modules. Lectures are on engineering project management and industrial tribology case studies. Steve has played an active role in the Industrial Advisory Boards of Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering and M.Eng. Engineering, attending regular meetings and also viewing/assessing the presentation by undergraduates (ME, MSE) of final year project posters and discussing these with the students. He has arranged industrial training placements at Philips (also in the future elsewhere in industry). In 2016, he arranged placements for eight students in various departments at Philips Research in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, and in Cambridge, UK. In 2017 eleven students were placed at the same sites.
Steve Kaye (Anglian Water Services) at Brunel University London
Visiting Professor in Tackling Key industrial Water Challenges
Steven Adams & Dr Sam Beale (Independent Consultant / Retired) at University of Cambridge
Visiting Professors in Team-based Learning
Steve Adam and Sam Beale’s prime task is to identify opportunities to enhance the preparedness of Cambridge engineering graduates for a career in industry through the application of intra and extra-curricular team-based learning activities. They are pursuing a three-phase process — data gathering, recommendation development and change implementation.
Teo Heng Jimmy Yang (Olympus Surgical Technology Europe) at Cardiff University
Visiting Professor in Medical Device Design
Vaughan Thomas (Tillingbourne Consulting Limited) at University College London
Visiting Professor in Engineering Design of Next Generation Biomanufacturing Processes
Xavier Poteau (Sellafield Ltd.) at University of Manchester
Visiting Professor in Robotics for Nuclear Decommissioning
Using additive manufacturing techniques and polarising our interest onto single mission delivery has motivated the design of a new family of nuclear robotic tool for extreme challenges. The development of sacrificial robotics for nuclear exploratory work is currently bearing fruits and these small, relatively inexpensive systems, are now reaching a level of maturity allowing companies like Sellafield Ltd to deliver real value and progress in hazard and risk reduction. A selection of the current R&D (not limited to this RAE Professorship) can be found here: http://uomrobotics.com/
The following people are currently active RAEng Visiting Professors from the 2015/16 funding round:
Richard Baker (Rolls-Royce plc) at University of Leeds
Visiting Professor in Engineering Supply Chain Innovation
Pierre French (Retired) at University of Huddersfield
Visiting Professor in Innovation and Employability in Automotive Powertrain Systems
Pierre French has enjoyed working as a visiting professor, aiming to develop ‘work ready’ students. This has involved delivering enrichment talks on the world of Industry, and the expectations of Engineers, as well as a talk given jointly with his career employer, Cummins on advanced design techniques. Working with the University, Pierre has been involved in adjustments to the curriculum based on his 30+ years’ experience recruiting graduates, and discussed other potential ideas, including a new line of research in turbochargers.
Dr Walter Holweger (Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co.) at University of Southampton
Visiting Professor in Material Science, Tribology and Lubrication Chemistry
Dr Walter Holweger has worked on the following research and projects: Detailed White Etching Cracks Material Research compared to Rolling Contact Fatigue; Data Acquisition and Data Science on Wind Turbine Failures; Fundamental Tribology in Interaction of Lubricants and Surfaces under Contact Conditions; and CO2 Harvesting and Conversion to Ethylene Oxide.
Malcolm Fox (Nylacast Ltd) at University of Bradford
Visiting Professor in Innovative Polymer Engineering and Tribology
Malcolm Fox has worked with Professor Martin Priest on Innovative Polymer Tribology for Electric Power Steering composite steel/nylon gear applications. Other applications are in oil/gas, construction vehicles, etc. Malcolm has developed student industrial collaboration, placement and project work, and hopes the university will offer a part-time, e-learning, MSc Polymer Technology for industry.
Dr Ivan Lucic (London Underground) at City University London
Visiting Professor in Developing skills and enhancing employability through Systems Safety and Reliability
Dr Ivan Lucic has developed and introduced a new MEng and MSc module to deliver fundamental knowledge, concepts and best practises in System Reliability, Safety and Security analysis methodologies, planning, management, delivery and legal framework within which system safety is delivered. The module is supported by industrial placements and internships in London Underground.
Brian MacFarland (McFarland Associates Ltd) at Queen's University Belfast
Visiting Professor in Managing ageing infrastructure and structural health monitoring in Civil Engineering
The maintenance and safe management of our ageing infrastructure including bridges, tunnels, docks, buildings, cranes, chimneys and embankments is becoming increasingly more important and a growth area for Civil and Structural Engineers. In an era when there is less new build, the importance of safely retaining infrastructure for longer and more economically is readily apparent. Hence, Brian McFarland has been key to developing two modules in ‘Whole Life Management of Structures’ and ‘Structural Repairs and Maintenance’ which are now offered to stage 4 MEng and on a new MSc in Structural Engineering Design and Management.
Dr Mike Raxworthy (Neotherix Ltd) at University of Leeds
Visiting Professor in Medical Technology Innovation and Translation
Dr Mike Raxworthy has continued his involvement in teaching and coaching on the Biomedical Engineering Design module delivered to level 3 BEng/MEng students. This year he has again led teaching on medical device design and the process for selection of lead product concepts based on the need to satisfy regulatory, end-user and market requirements. He has overseen the expansion of Medical Technology Innovation training into a dedicated module – MedTech BEST (Business and Entrepreneurial Skills Training). Students were given the task to develop a MedTech product concept to solve a verified clinical need. Participants learnt about the skills, evidence, and regulations needed and the challenges likely to be encountered along this translation pathway. They also “built” a company formed to commercialise this product concept, developed a business case and prepared a pitch to put before a Dragon’s Den-type judging panel.
Aaron Smith (Microsoft Research) at University of Edinburgh
Visiting Professor in Compiler Engineering and Computer Architecture Undergraduate Education
Colin Eddie (UNPS Ltd) at University of Warwick
Visiting Professor in Innovation and Tunnelling
Dr Ian Robertson (IBM Global Technology Services) at University of Warwick
Visiting Professor in Applied information security management
Dr Ian Robertson's contribution to the University of Warwick has included lecturing on cyber security, and the supervision of projects and dissertations of fourth year and MSc students. Dr Robertson has also worked on an industrial project with members of a joint academic/industrial project on the security of supply chain data, as well as collaborating with other events such as participation in the Warwick Post Graduate Training Programme, and the mentoring of students interested in a career in security.
Dr Scott Owens (National Nuclear Laboratory) at Imperial College London
Visiting Professor in Nuclear Engineering
Chris Lawrence (Rail Safety & Standards Board) at University of Nottingham
Visiting Professor in Embedded Professional Skills in Civil Engineering Education
Professor David Daniels (Short Range Radar Systems Ltd) at University of Manchester
Visiting Professor in Enhancing the electromagnetics experience
Dr David Goddard (National Nuclear Laboratory) at University of Manchester
Visiting Professor in Nuclear Fuel
Dr Steve Graham (National Nuclear Laboratory) at University of Liverpool
Visiting Professor in Nuclear Engineering
Massimo Bombino (Vector Software) at Middlesex University
Visiting Professor in Correctness and Certification of Computer Systems
Correctness and Certification of Computer Systems is a fundamental issue for the development of safety-critical systems such as the ones used in avionics and health-care. Massimo Bombino will contribute to the development of specialist teaching material for final year and Master courses, and also deliver plenary talks to illustrate the career options in an area that needs substantially more skilled workers. He will also collaborate with PhD students, researchers and academics to support research activities in formal verification, working in collaboration with Middlesex University and their international partners.
David Drew (Retired) at University of Nottingham
Visiting Professor in Engineering Design
Dr Isabel Hadley (TWI Ltd) at University of Bristol
Visiting Professor in Integrity of Safety Critical Engineering Components
Dr Darren Lee (National Nuclear Laboratory) at Lancaster University
Visiting Professor in Nuclear Engineering and Catalysis
Professor Darren Lee has worked to develop two real technical challenges located at the Springfields nuclear fuel manufacturing site. Along with a preliminary tour, inspection and briefing, students were invited to consider various challenges associated with the site, including solutions to problems, and improvement of designs, eventually returning to Springfields to present their reports and presentations. In addition to the student activity, Professor Lee has also been focussed on the development of a further activity to be launched next year which concentrates on the ‘development of personal planning skills’ and ‘development of supporting skills’.
David Maroney (The MITRE Corporation) at Queen's University Belfast
Visiting Professor in Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems
Dr Andy Clough (Tata Steel) at University of Warwick
Visiting Professor in Sustainable Materials in Transportation
Neil Barron (Gusto Design Ltd) at Royal College of Art
Visiting Professor in Disruptive Market Innovation
Christina Jackson (Amey) at University of Birmingham
Visiting Professor in Asset Management