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Prof Trevor Robinson

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Queen’s University Belfast

Trevor graduated from Queen’s University Belfast with a MEng in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. He then pursued a PhD in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering while working on a large European Framework Programme aerospace project called VIVACE. He is currently Deputy Head of School.

Trevor’s research contributes to automated Computer-Aided Design systems. He investigates novel geometry-based methods for design, with a particular focus on integrating Computer-Aided Design and Simulation systems. Recent work has included researching the concept of Simulation Intent, investigating new generative design and parameterisation strategies, automated approaches to mesh generation and the use of machine learning to provide understanding and to enable better processes. He has been involved in the biohaviour projects from the first one, In Search of Design Genes: Chaotic versus Controlled Mitosis, in 2015.

RIED Specific Links & Papers

  • Facilitating a Revolution of Engineering Simulation: Perspectives on Integrated Simulation Frameworks (September 2021)

    Presented at ASSESS Insight Webinar Series – September 2021

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  • Geometric Reasoning Research at QUB (May 2022)

    “CAD centric generative design systems” presented at The ASSESS 2022 Congress, Atlanta, GA in May 2022

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  • CAD-Centric Generative Design Systems (May 2022)

    The ASSESS Initiative is a broad reaching multi-industry initiative with a primary goal to facilitate a revolution of enablement that will vastly increase the availability and utility of Engineering Simulation, leading to significantly increased business benefits across the full spectrum of industries, applications and users. Since June 2022, ASSESS as been part of NAFEMS.

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