Student projects

 Supervised MSc theses
  • Charalampos Iliopoulos, UoP, 2015: Reverse supply chain of ships. (pdf)

  • Christopher Gandia Ascanio, UoP, 2015: Comparison of reverse supply chain metrics in literature and practice (Case study: pharmaceutical industry). (pdf)

  • Lien Pham, UoP, 2015: Reverse supply chain of medical equipment. (pdf)

  • Isabel Cano Davila, UoP, 2015: Feasibility study for the implementation of the Quality Standard TL9000 for Intcomex Ecuador across its supply chain of Cisco equipment and services. (pdf)

  • Shao Lim, UoP, 2015: Conceptual Development of a Gripping Device for 3D Conformal Printing. (pdf)

  • Koen de Beer, UoP, 2014: Design globally and produce locally. (pdf on request only)

  • Rizwan Elias, UoP, 2014: Design rules for additive manufacturing - Redesigning a Formula Student car upright. (pdf)

  • Jeshvin Vincent, UoP, 2014: Design rules for additive manufacturing - Redesigning a car vent iPhone holder. (pdf)

  • Idoia Garcia, Cranfield University in collaboration with Smiths Detection, 2012: Self-healing for wireless sensor networks. 

 Supervised undergraduate projects
  • Lee Whiteford, UoP, Distance Learning, 2014-15: Performance metrics and
    modeling of reverse supply chains (Case study: army vehicle repair and maintenance).

  • Andrew White, UoP, Distance Learning, 2014-15: Reduction of corrosion on stainless steel pipework, valves and fittings.

  • Daniel Mills, UoP, Distance Learning, 2014-15: Universal lifting beam design.

  • Elis Wilbourn, UoP, 2014-15: Manufacture of an impact resistant vest for applications in sport using additive manufacturing

  • Sophia Bruttel, UoP, 2013-14: Study of failure mechanisms of coin validation machines. (pdf)

  • Theresa Voss, , UoP, 2013-14: The usability of polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) for instrument boards in the automotive industry and its environmental impact (pdf)

  • Clarissa Cabral, UoP, 2013-14: Traffic fluidity in Sao Paulo. (pdf)

  • Benjamin Torrens, UoP, 2013-14: Technological and economic feasibility of collecting plastic rubbish from waters. 

  • Tinashe Chatindiara, UoP, 2013-14: Self-diagnosis of exhaust system for modern cars. (pdf)

  • Antonio Augusto, UoP, 2013-14: Implications of additive manufacturing on product design, business models and the environment. (pdf)

  • Vasileios Perifanos, UoP, 2013-14: 3D printing with recycled materials.

  • Caroline dos Santos, UoP, Science Without Borders summer project, 2013-14: Green Supply Chain Management: A literature review. (pdf)

  • Caio Menezes, UoP, Science Without Borders summer project, 2013-14: Reverse supply chain management: Definition, purposes and designs strategies. (pdf)

  • Bruno Lascalla, UoP, Science Without Borders summer project, 2013-14: Supply chain management performance methods. (pdf)

  • Eduardo Maia, UoP, Science Without Borders summer project,  2013-14: Corporate social responsibility in supply chain management. (pdf)

  • Jazz Scott, UoP, Distance Learning, 2013-14: Online monitoring of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) to indicate oil contamination.

  • Chukwudikenolum Nwokonta, UoP, Distance Learning, 2013-14: Gas turbine vibration monitoring and analysis in an ageing plant: the Bonny gas plant as a case study.

  • David Hagelgans, UoP, Distance Learning, 2013-14: Re-development and testing of a 3mm rivet-stop and nose-insert.

 Selection of marked undergraduate projects

  • Antonio Sanches, UoP, 2013-14: Reverse Supply Chain Management. (pdf)

  • Jake Hall, UoP, 2013-14: Rapid manufacture feasibility study. (pdf)

  • Alexander Bray, UoP, 2013-14: Design and analysis of recurve bow limbs using advanced composites. (pdf)

  • Jermaine Mortimer, UoP 2013-14: Supertrees - where should we plant them? (pdf)

  • Mariana Melo, UoP, 2013-14: Analysis of the Participation of the Workers in Innovation Initiatives in England. (pdf)

  • Jonas Hundt, UoP, 2013-14: Development and Construction of an autonomous Aircraft and Implementation of Sensors.  (pdf)

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