• James Angus

  • Theme:Digital Systems, Optimisation and Integration
  • Project:AI approaches to automate Bill of Materials Validation
  • Supervisor:Chris Brace
  • Industry Partner: Quick Release
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Before joining the AAPS CDT, James had been working in the automotive industry since the start of 2018 for consultancy firm Quick Release Ltd as a Project Analyst focusing on product data management throughout manufacturing. His previous work focused on areas of Bill of Materials (BoM) management, change management co-ordination, inventory & quality issue reporting and RCA.

Before working in industry James had graduated with a MEng in Mechanical Engineering at Exeter University in 2017 with an interest in control theory and systems modelling.

Outside of University he enjoys squash, badminton and mountaineering.

Name Role Description Date Website
University of Bath, Mechanical Engineering Design and Project Exhibition - Cohort 2 Presentation

"AAPS CDT Presents: The 2030 Novus - Spiritual Successor To The Prius"

During the MRes year of the programme, the cohort were inspired by the impact of the Toyota Prius, and developed an architecture for a sustainable vehicle targeted at the market of 2030. Projecting forward using current and anticipated global trends, the transdisciplinary team explored a variety of opportunities for innovation and, using a holistic systems-engineering approach, developed a crossover plug-in hybrid vehicle.

- 10/12/2021
AAPS Conference 2022 Committee member and Presenter

The first annual conference to present the students research to a wider audience.

Title of talk: AI approaches to automate Bill of Materials validation

- 13/07/2022

AAPS Conference 2022

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