Deji Aremu


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    PhD projects

    1. Development of computational algorithms for Additive manufactured components
    2. An investigation into the Computational Fluid Dynamics of Lattices structures
    3. A investigation into designs constraints within cheaper additive manufacturing techniques for metals
    4. Development of cheap metallic additive manufacturing techniques
    5. Development of robust computational algorithm for generating lattices structures
    6. Engaging additive manufacturing techniques for solving prevalent engineering issues in third world nations.
    7. Development of optimisation strategies and algorithms to topographically derive antibacterial surfaces

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    Education/Academic qualification

    Mechanical and Manufacturing, Doctorate, Topology Optimisation for Additive Manufacturing, Loughborough University

    3 Jan 200931 Dec 2013

    Award Date: 13 Dec 2012

    Manufacturing Systems Engineering, MSc, An Innovate approach to selective curing of powder coating on MDF, University of Warwick

    2 Oct 20062 Oct 2007

    Award Date: 13 Dec 2007

    Metallurgical and Material Engineering, Finite element analysis of a notched specimen in AutoCAD, Obafemi Awolowo University

    1 Sept 199830 Nov 2005

    Award Date: 12 Feb 2005


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