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


Research Group News

May 2024

It has become tradition to meet at this bench whenever Paul visits from Australia

Dr Paul Shelley visits Queen Mary steel researchers

23 May 2024

Global VP of Innovation at Molycop, Dr Shelley was visiting to see the development of research the company has sponsored on steel for grinding media. Molycop is an international supplier of mining consumables and associated products, a technology leader in this field. Led by Dr Chinnapat Panwisawas and Professor Sir … [more]

March 2024

Winner Sarina Mathew (Year 4 MBBS & Intercalated BSc)

Undergraduate research posters win prizes at ILF

18 March 2024

Students from across the School of Engineering and Materials Science, including the Queen Mary Centre for Undergraduate Research (QMCUR), third year BEng students, and the Intercalated BSc in Bioengineering presented their research projects at the Industrial Liaison Forum on 6th March 2024. All students engaged in lively discussion with our academics … [more]

The Queen Mary Aeronautical lab

Queen Mary joins €3 million project to develop advanced 3D printing for aerospace repairs

13 March 2024

Queen Mary University of London is spearheading a transformative initiative in additive manufacturing (AM). The DISTOPIA: DISTorting the Aerospace Manufacturing Boundaries: OPerational Integration of Autonomy on Titanium project is funded by Innovate UK under UK-EUREKA SMART advanced manufacturing programme. This collaborative effort, which includes industry leaders like EPOCH, AMRC, ION … [more]

February 2024

Comparison between in-situ X-ray synchrotron imaging and multi-physics modelling results of direct energy deposition additive manufacturing

New discoveries to minimise deterioration of materials through Directed Energy Deposition published in Nature Communications.

26 February 2024

Directed Energy Deposition is a manufacturing process in which materials are melted and fused onto surfaces and into desired shapes, in a layer-by-layer process. It is often used in repairs, such as in the repair of damaged jet turbine blades, and in the automotive, marine, aerospace and biomedical fields. However, … [more]

Professor Tadachika Nakayama visits SEMS

Leading researcher from Japan's Department of Science and Technology Innovation visits Queen Mary

2 February 2024

Professor Tadachika Nakayama from the Government of Japan's Department of Science and Technology Innovation visited Queen Mary University of London on 3rd February. During his visit, he introduced his pioneering work on nano-pulsed high-energy-assisted processing. In an exciting exchange of knowledge, the group discussed ceramics processing, pooling of ferroelectrics, … [more]

December 2023

Yuchen Liu presents his idea on digital twins coupled with OpenFOAM.

PhD student Yuchen Liu and team win the Henry Royce Research Sandpit at the University of Manchester

14 December 2023

Yuchen Liu, a SEMS PhD student under Dr Chinnapat Panwisawa since September 2023, has been accepted to attend the Henry Royce PhD Student Research Sandpit at the University of Manchester. Henry Royce Institute (Royce) hosted a PhD Student Research Sandpit at its flagship Royce Hub building at the University of Manchester … [more]

Effect of solute trapping on the rapid solidification behaviours and crack susceptibility during metal additive manufacturing

Collaboration on computational additive manufacturing published in Nature Communications

2 December 2023

The study, conducted by Dr Chinnapat Panwisawas (corresponding author) at QMUL School of Engineering and Materials Science, in collaboration with Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Centre of Excellence for Advanced Materials, and University of Leicester, has been published in the Nature Communications journal. Solute trapping and non-equilibrium microstructure during rapid solidification … [more]