Areas of expertise
- Aerospace Manufacturing
Sumit Singh is a PhD Researcher at Manufacturing Informatics Centre, Cranfield University. Prior to starting his PhD, Sumit Singh has graduated with MSc in Aerospace manufacturing, SATM, Cranfield University. Sumit Singh holds a bachelor's degree in Tool & Production Engineering from IP University, New Delhi India.
Sumit has professional and research experience in the Automotive, Defence & Aerospace sectors.
Working areas: Digital Twin, Digital Thread, Data Science & Analytics, Information Management, Data Management, MBSE, MBE/D, Knowledge Management & Engineering, Information Integration & Architecture, PLM, System Engineering, Product Development & Virtualisation.
Sumit is currently working on "Data-centric Framework for Digital Twin Development of Aircraft Systems" in pursuance of his PhD, full time based with research sponsor Airbus, Bristol UK.
The research project is funded under Airbus, UK & EPSRC UK I-CASE studentship. The four year PhD program targets to deliver an integrated framework for swift development and adoption of Digital Twin for aircraft systems.
Articles In Journals
- Singh S, Shehab E, Higgins N, Fowler K, Reynolds D, Erkoyuncu JA & Gadd P (2021) Data management for developing digital twin ontology model, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, 235 (14) 2323-2337.
- Singh S, Shehab E, Higgins N, Fowler K, Erkoyuncu JA & Gadd P (2021) Towards information management framework for digital twin in aircraft manufacturing, Procedia CIRP, 96 163-168.
- Singh S, Shehab E, Higgins N, Fowler K, Tomiyama T & Fowler C (2018) Challenges of digital twin in high value manufacturing, SAE Technical Papers Article No. 2018-01-1928.
- Oyekan JO, Hutabarat W, Tiwari A, Grech R, Aung MH, Mariani MP, Lopez-Devalos L, Ricaud T, Singh S & Dupuis C (2018) The effectiveness of virtual environments in developing collaborative strategies between industrial robots and humans, Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 55A (February) 41-54.