Dr Tom Shenton B.Sc., Ph.D., C.Eng. M.I.Mech. E.

Reader School of Engineering

Biography

Personal Statement

Engineering is essential to eliminating poverty and preventing the degradation of our environment. It's good to think as engineers we can make a contribution to these matters!


My guiding approach in control engineering research is to use both experimental methods and direct experimental data in the form of nonparametric methods whenever possible.

Personal Distinctions

  • Invited Lecture: 'Nonlinear J-Factorisation in Control' (Invitation to Speak, Universities of Warwick and Coventry 2008)
  • Keynote Speech: Gasoline Powertrain Calibration (Keynote Speech, Chinese Key-State (ie National) Engine Laboratory, Tianjin, China 2008)
  • Invited Talk : 'New Directions in Gasoline Powertrain Control' (Invitation to Speak, I Mech E and UKACC 2008)
  • EPSRC Invited Lecture on 'Automotive Applications of Control' (Invitation to Speak, EPSRC 2006)
  • Best in Conference Paper (2nd International Conference in Engineering Systems 2000)
  • Best In Conference Paper (, International Conference on Identification in Engineering Systems 1998)

Administrative Roles

  • I am the coordinator for the 'Two-Week-Aeroplane' and responsible for the Departmental teaching of 'Mechatronics'.

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