Mr Steven Cox, BEng, MSc(R)
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Steven Cox graduated in 2009 with a BEng degree in Mechanical Engineering from Durham University. He then completed a MSc by research in 2011, which developed statistically valid process improvement techniques to assess the root causes of variation in low-medium volume manufacture. During this time he spent 3 months in Industry on a project to statistically validate a destructive weld test with non-homogenous samples.
In Janurary 2012 he started a Phd in the Mechanics group. This work will look at current practices and develop a new methodology of Process Control for Low Volume Production, with particular applications in machining processes.
- Cox, Steven, Garside, John A & Kotsialos, Apostolos (2012), Concise Process Improvement - a Process Variation Diagnosis Tool, in Hinduja, Srichand & Li, Lin eds, Proceedings of the 37th International MATADOR Conference 37th International MATADOR Conference. Manchester, England, Springer London, 223-226.
- Cox, S., Garside, J.A. & Kotsialos, A. (2012), Set-up Dominated Low Volume Process Capability Estimation using a PRE-Control Method, in Roy, Rajkumar, Shehab, Essam, Hockley, Chris & Khan, Samir eds, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Through-life Engineering Services 1st International Conference on Through-life Engineering Services. Shrivenham, England, Cranfield University Press, 221-226.
- Cox, Steven (2011). Concise Process Improvement Methods. Masters.