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Leading figures from academia and industry launch new EPSRC Future Electrical Machines Manufacturing Hub at the University of Sheffield
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Researchers at Sheffield are developing powerful machine learning algorithms that predict the structure of materials as they are created.
This new public health consortium is part of a £25 million funding programme from the UK Prevention Research Partnership. SIPHER’s vision is a shift from public health policy to healthy public policy, that will see all policy sectors working together to tackle health inequalities and improve the population’s health
Digital, autonomous and intelligent technologies are transforming global manufacturing.
The industry-led Made Smarter review, chaired by Siemens Chief Executive Juergen Maier, stated that industrial digitalisation could be worth as much as £455 billion to UK manufacturing over the next decade.
Fully-funded EngD Studentship sponsored by the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing an
This project will investigate applications of active and adaptive control of machining processes with a view towards significantly improving production speed and performance. Specifically, this project will seek to design the control algorithms that will enable machining processes to adapt in a beneficial fashion, in response to measurement data from existing sensors (eg motor current).
TACDAM is a 2 year EPSRC funded project that will remove the final hurdles for the adoption of additive manufacturing in automotive applications in a staged low-mid-high volume approach.
The Manufacture using Advanced Powder Processes (MAPP) will focus on developing new powder-based manufacturing processes that provide low energy, low cost and low waste manufacturing routes and products for UK industry.