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Resilient and Reconfigurable Systems: Integration of Data Mining and Process Mining to Simulate Factory-of-the-Future and Hospital-of-the-Future

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his seminar will provide an overview of research aimed at developing approaches and analytics that integrate products, processes and complex services with system design to create a novel closed-loop lifecycle modelling and synthesis framework. This breaks new ground by establishing a field of research on the interface between product design, system design, manufacturing and intangible services. The developed methodologies can impact modelling Factory-of-the-Future and Hospital-of-the-Future. The presented research is funded by: EU FP7 -“Virtual Factories” Program, EPSRC : Flexible & Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems Programme and EPSRC STAR Award.

Biosketch: Professor Darek Ceglarek received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in 1994. Prior to joining Warwick, he was Full Professor with tenure in the Dept. of Industrial & Systems Engineering at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, USA . Since 2007 he is Professor & EPSRC Star Research Chair at the University of Warwick, UK. Prof. Ceglarek is a Fellow of CIRP . He served as Chair of the Quality, Statistics & Reliability Section of INFORMS ; Program Chair for the ASME Design-for-Manufacturing Life Cycle Conferences, Assoc. Editor of IEEE Trans. (TASE), and ASME Trans., J. of Manufacturing Systems and Engineering; and UK representative in the Implementation Support Group of ManuFUTURE European Technology Platform. He is founder & head of the Digital Lifecycle Management Group at the University of Warwick dedicated to research that informs Factory-of-the-Future and Hospital-of-the-Future. His research focusses on digital life-cycle modelling, analysis and synthesis of manufacturing systems with emphasis on integration of CAD /CAM/CAE models and data mining modelling. His research is funded by the UK EPSRC ; US NSF ; US National Institute of Standards & Technology; EU FP7 -ICT and industrial grants (Jaguar LandRover, GM, GE, Hexagon, Motorola, Chrysler, etc.) in US and UK. He has published over 130 papers, received 4 Best Papers Awards with 12 papers in Top-1% of the most cited in engineering journals. He has three patents, his research has resulted in two spinouts and approaches from his research have been adopted by manufacturing companies worldwide (e.g InSite™ OnWatch used by GE-HC for remoter diagnostics of all their CT/MRI worldwide; 2mm/stream-of-variation dimensional variation reduction by Chrysler, GM, etc.). Methodologies developed through his research, involving care pathway development, are currently used by one of the largest trusts in the UK to help consistently meet quality thresholds in acute stroke as mandated by the DoH.

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