The vision of the Future Manufacturing Processes research group is to enable novel and transformative capabilities in products and services across a wide range of applications.
This is conducted through a portfolio of manufacturing process research that is based around the exploration and development of novel apparatus and instrumentation for computer-controlled fabrication and production.
The strategy to deliver this is centred in our body of work in Hybrid Manufacturing Processes. This concerns digitally-driven template-less manufacturing processes which are based on integrated cross-technology platforms and/or multi-system cells.
We have been recognised, by an extensive process of independent peer review, to be World-leading in this field.
We have opportunities for prospective postgraduate researchers. Find out more.
If you would like to discuss an area of research in more detail please contact the Head of Group, Professor Russell Harris.