Professor Paul P Conway
CEng, FIMechE, SnrMIEEE
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|Division:||Wolfson School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering|
|Tags:||Advisor, Loughborough University|
|Related theme:||Manufacturing the future|
Paul Conway is the Professor of Manufacturing Processes and Associate dean for Enterprise at the Wolfson School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at Loughborough University, where he leads the Interconnection Research Group.
He is also the Director of the EPSRC's Innovative electronics Manufacturing Research Centre and the recently launched EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Embedded Intelligence. He has previously worked for Fisher Body Overseas Corporation, GMC and as an National Physical Laboratory funded research engineer at Loughborough.
Paul has been active in contract research, training and consultancy in electronics manufacture and packaging since 1990, holding substantive research awards from the UK's EPSRC, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), and Technology Strategy Board and from the European Commission and has published widely in this field. His interests lie in: manufacturing processes; simulation; sensing, actuation and control; understanding of process-materials interactions; manufacturing knowledge management and utilisation, remanufacturing of high value assets and products, wireless sensor networks and embedded intelligent systems.