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

 

Research Funding

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Current Funded Research Projects

Correlative Analysis of Crystals in 3D

Funding source: Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC)
Start: 01-09-2022  /  End: 31-08-2025
Amount: £2,724,063

Co-I: EPSRC Equipment Business Case: Correlative Analysis of Crystals in 3D (EP/X014614/1: £2,724,062.88, 1 Sep 2022 – 31 Aug 2025)

RAEng-Newton Fund - Transforming Systems through Partnership - Thailand 2020-2021

Funding source: Royal Academy of Engineering / Royal Academy of Engineering
Start: 19-04-2021  /  End: 31-01-2024
Amount: £200,475

The two projects are about additive manufacturing of metastable materials for biomedical applications. (1) Novel titanium alloys for biomedical application (TSP2021\100052) and (2) Digital Materials Design and Additive Manufacturing for helping patients on bespoke 3D-printed implants (TSP2021\100366)

Next Generation TATARA Co-creation Centre (NEXTA)

Funding source: Promotion of Regional Industries and University from Cabinet Office, Japan
Start: 01-10-2018  /  End: 01-04-2023
Amount: £42,000,000

I involved in Next Generation TATARA Co-creation Centre (NEXTA): One of the seven Japanese national projects funded for development of advanced materials for aerospace and motor applications as Research Co-I & Consultant & Visiting Associate Professor. The NEXTA project is funded by a Grant-in-aid for the Promotion of Regional Industries and University from Cabinet Office, Japan worth JPY7,000,000,000 or £42,000,000 in total) (1 Oct 2018 – 1 Apr 2023).

British Council - Thai-UK World-Class University Consortium

Funding source: British Council
Start: 01-01-2022  /  End: 31-12-2022
Amount: £9,500

Drone Research and Training Center for Smart City (1 Jan 2022 – 31 Dec 2022)

Previous Funded Research Projects

From Industry 3.0 to Industry 4.0: Additive Manufacturability: EPSRC UKRI Innovation Fellowship

Funding source: Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), UKRI / Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), UKRI
Start: 29-06-2018  /  End: 28-06-2022

The work concerns about the simulation of solid-liquid-vapour transition and relevant thermal fluid mechanics at the AM technological applications. The aim is to use computational modelling to design AM alloys and improve the AM processing through the optimisation of chemical constituents and process conditions, which will be backed up with through-process testings. (EP/S000828/1 at University of Oxford & EP/S000828/2 at University of Leicester) (29 Jun 2018-28 Jun 2022)

RAEng-Newton Fund Industry Academia Partnership Programme - Thailand 17/18

Funding source: Royal Academy of Engineering
Start: 30-03-2018  /  End: 30-03-2021

Additive manufacturing of titanium based metallic glass for biomedical applications (IAAP1/100163) (Mar 2018 – Mar 2020)