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  • Hub

    A new Hub, led by the University of Sheffield and involving ACSE academic Prof Tiwari, is combining expertise in electrical machines and manufacturing for the first time. Aiming to put the UK at the forefront of an electrification revolution.

    Categorised under: Research, Collaboration, Staff and Industry

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

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    Case Study: Industry Training Programme in Advanced Manufacturing

    The Industry Training Programme (ITP) in Advanced Manufacturing gives our MSc students the opportunity to develop their technical knowledge and understanding, technical and personal skills and an appreciation of the wider context of their studies.

    Categorised under: Student, Placement and Industry

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    Autonomous Robots Transporting Huge Aircraft Wings

    A collaborative research project with researchers from The University of Sheffield and engineers at the AMRC’s Integrated Manufacturing Group, could mean entire aircraft wing assemblies are transported by intelligent, autonomous robots at the vast Airbus production facility in North Wales.

    Categorised under: Research, Collaboration, Announcement, Staff and Industry

  • Effects of AI - George P

    Automation: the next industrial revolution

    ACSE's Professor George Panoutsos, Reader in Computational Intelligence at the University of Sheffield, discusses the effect AI may have on jobs.

    Categorised under: Staff, Opinion and Industry

    This article is located on a different website.

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    International Student Profile: Roopika Ravikanna

    Roopika has recently graduated with an MSc in Robotics and has gone on to secure a paid internship to work as an academic researcher in a UK N8 Research project  based in Agricultural Robotics.

    Categorised under: Student, Postgraduate and Industry

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    Our new FESTO Cyber Physical Smart Factory has arrived!

    The Festo Cyber-Physical Lab, is a fully fledged industry 4.0 learning system in a compact size, designed for teaching practical skills in digitalised industrial production.

    Categorised under: Announcement, Student, Staff and Industry

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    ACSE to play integral role in GKN Aerospace Manufacturing project

    The Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering will be an integral part of a new partnership led by GKN Aerospace and The University of Sheffield. GKN's new Global Technology Centre (GTC) aims to accelerate the adoption of new digital technologies in aerospace manufacturing. 

    Categorised under: Collaboration, Announcement and Industry

  • SleepCogni Group Photo

    Personalised, Predictive and Preventive Healthcare

    Local Sheffield company, SleepCogni, are clinically validating a system that will improve sleep and allow for remote patient monitoring. Student Joe Hawkins, from the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering (ACSE) at the University of Sheffield, has been involved in the project and has shown via his final year project work that SleepCogni can predict the onset of sleep through measurements taken by their wearable device. 

    Categorised under: Collaboration, Student, Placement and Industry

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    Paul Ologeh: Year in Industry

    Paul is studying for an MEng Mechatronic & Robotic Engineering degree in the Department of Automatic Control & Systems Engineering (ACSE). He recently returned from his Year in Industry placement at GE Aviation where he was able to gain a real understanding of how his degree can be applied in industry.

    Categorised under: Student, Undergraduate, Profile and Industry

  • NARC Diagram

    The University of Sheffield to play key role in strengthening UK aerospace sector

    Collaborative research activities of the Rolls-Royce supported University Technology Centre (UTC) for Control, Monitoring and Systems Engineering housed in ACSE has led the University of Sheffield membership of the national aerospace consortium.

    Leading aerospace universities, including The University of Sheffield are creating a national consortium to provide the global aerospace community with a centralised point of engagement to the UK’s top university aerospace research capabilities. 

    Categorised under: Collaboration, Announcement, Staff and Industry

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    Collaborative robots in manufacturing

    Robots are steadily becoming more commonplace in manufacturing. Traditionally these are large robot manipulators that look daunting but are highly efficient at their task, and capable of repeating operations with extremely accurate precision.

    Categorised under: Research, Staff, Opinion and Industry

  • Sunbyte Team

    Project SunbYte: solar astronomy on a budget

    The Sheffield University Nova Balloon Lifted Solar Telescope (SunbYte) is a high-altitude balloon experiment devised and run largely by students at the University of Sheffield, and is scheduled for launch in October 2017.

    Categorised under: Research, Student, Staff and Industry

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    Robots to tackle nuclear waste

    ACSE's Professor Sandor Veres has been working alongside Liverpool University and Surrey University with Sellafield Ltd and NNL, to develop and demonstrate new autonomous robotic waste processing techniques.

    Categorised under: Research, Staff and Industry

    This article is located on a different website.

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    Drone Use in the UK

    The government has recently released two publications relating to safe drone use which Research Fellow, Dr Owen McAree, from the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering has been heavily involved in producing.

    Categorised under: Research, Staff and Industry

  • Milling

    Department takes central role in UK's new Future Manufacturing Hub

    The Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, Jo Johnson, has confirmed a £10million investment from Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPRSC) for the Department to lead The Manufacture using Advanced Powder Processes (MAPP) Hub.

    Categorised under: Research, Staff and Industry