Dr Chinnapat Panwisawas
BSc, PhD, CEng, FIMMM, FInstP, FIMechE


Research Overview

Advanced Materials and Manufacturing for Future Transport, Additive manufacturing (3D printing), Digital Twins (Digital Technology), Data-Centric Engineering, Future Mobility, In silico materials processing, Multi-scale multi-physics modelling, Smart and Light Weight Materials (Metals and alloys)


My research interest is to carry out multi-disciplinary cutting-edge research in the area of the digital technology using AI-physics modelling framework, to impact multi-material additive manufacturing, hybrid remanufacturing and repair, and hydrogen-based technology for green energy, future transport (automotive, aerospace, space) and biomedical applications, especially for digital health (metallic implant for ‘artificial bone bank’). Integrated computational materials engineering (ICME) approach will be used to understand materials and manufacturing process via multi-scale multi-physics high-fidelity modelling, knowledge-based computational manufacturing, and through process optimisation by data-driven AI modelling. This is to deliver world-leading AI manufacturing research on innovation and enterprise, to act on UK net-zero target 2050 and to deliver sustainable and resilient digital technologies of the future.