Chris Cox MENG

Chris is a Postgraduate Researcher in his 1st Year of a PhD.

He completed his Masters in Mechanical Engineering at Bristol in 2019, focusing on machine design. During his undergraduate course he worked in collaboration with CERN, investigating the manufacture of a new design of superconducting electromagnet, and was the Team Director for the university’s Formula Student team.

Chris has so far been investigating the use and value of Digital Threads as part of the DETI initiative, and has recently started looking at possible applications of haptic feedback.

Outside the office, Chris enjoys skiing, bouldering and running, and is in the very slow process of restoring a 1972 MGB GT.


Demystifying Digital “X” – ICED Conference Paper

The DMF lab recently (remotely) attended the International Conference of Engineering Design (ICED) 2021 to present seven papers. One of these, authored by Chris Cox, Ben Hicks and James Gopsill, investigates the new language surrounding the paradigm shift towards digital engineering. This presentation was shown at ICED 2021 as part of the “Digital Twins” panel, […]

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