James Gopsill MEng PhD
James is a Research Fellow at the Unviersity of Bristol.
- Novel Rapid Prototyping Tools
- Generative Design Methods
- Democratising Design
- Engineering Informatics
- Distinguishing artefacts: evaluating the saturation point of convolutional neural networks
- Investigating and Characterising Variability in CAD Modelling and its Potential Impact on Editability: An Exploratory Study
- Towards integrated version control of virtual and physical artefacts in new product development: inspirations from software engineering and the digital twin paradigm
- Investigating and characterising variability in CAD modelling: An overview
- The emergent structures in digital engineering work: what can we learn from dynamic DSMs of near-identical systems design projects?
- Managing complex engineering projects: What can we learn from the evolving digital footprint?
- Using finite element analysis to influence the infill design of fused deposition modelled parts
- Improving engineering information retrieval by combining TD-IDF and product structure classification
- A 3D in vitro model of the human breast duct: A method to unravel myoepithelial-luminal interactions in the progression of breast cancer
- Objects manufactured by fused deposition modelling (FDM): Lessons from the design of three everyday artefacts