Research Fellow, Faculty of Engineering
Adam studied a Physics degree at the University of Warwick, followed by a PGCE at the University of Southampton. Adam completed his PhD in metrology for additive manufacture at the University of Nottingham and is currently a research Fellow at the University of Nottingham.
Adam has been a post-doctoral researcher in the University of Nottingham (UoN) Manufacturing Metrology Team (MMT) since October 2018. Prior to this position, Adam completed his PhD in UoN's MMT as part of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Additive Manufacture, entitled "Surface texture measurement of metal additively manufactured parts by X-ray computed tomography", for which he was awarded the Gertrude Cropper Scholarship postgraduate prize by UoN. Adam's research background is in surface texture measurement of additively manufactured parts, authoring papers on the measurement of metal and polymer parts. Adam also has expertise across metrology, having undertaken postdoctoral projects in performance verification of fringe projection and X-ray computed tomography measurement. Adam also has a deep understanding of co-ordinate and in-process measurement principles, having taught numerous undergraduate and postgraduate courses in basic advanced metrology and performed research activities in the area. Prior to his PhD, Adam taught high school physics.
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Nottingham, NG8 1BB
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