Mohammed Isa is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Nottingham. He obtained his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey in 2013. He later obtained his doctorate degree from Koc University, Istanbul in 2018. During his PhD program, Isa studied the fabrication and measurement of freeform surfaces by introducing a flexible additive manufacturing process plan that improves surface quality. He then joined the Manufacturing and Metrology Team of the University of Nottingham as a research fellow where he studied uncertainty modeling and systematic error correction of photogrammetric systems.
Isa's research interests in measurement systems include laser triangulation, photogrammetry and precision motion systems. His research in optical 3D coordinate metrology uses machine vision, multi-view geometry and intelligent error modeling to improve measurement uncertainty.
▪ Frequency scanning interferometry measurement in a High Accuracy Robotic System for Object Manipulation (HARISOM)
▪ Vision-based 3D Measurement for HARISOM
▪ Small-scale and Micro-scale multi-view photogrammetry for metrological applications
▪ Volumetric error modeling and correction of optical 3D coordinate measurement system
▪ Optical 3D measurement of additively manufactured parts
ISA M, LEACH R K, BRANSON D and PIANO S, 2021. The effect of motion blur on photogrammetric measurements of a robotic moving target In: Proc. ASPE, Minneapolis, USA. 155-160
▪ Multi-axis additive manufacturing of overhang structures using 5-axis AM system
▪ 5-axis additive manufacturing process and path planning for fabrication of freeform models
▪ Standard uncertainty evaluation (GUM, VIM) and optimization of a wide-view laser triangulation system