University of Machester,, United Kingdom
Chamil Abeykoon received the B.Sc. (Hons.) degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, in 2007, with the award of best performance in mechanical engineering, and the Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering from the Queens University Belfast, U.K., in 2011, with several publications, in which one of his publications received the Young Author Best Paper Award from the IEEE in 2011. After completing the Ph.D. degree, he briefly worked as a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering with the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, a Research Fellow with the University of Bradford, U.K., and a Lecturer of Engineering with the Glyndwr University, U.K., before joining the UoM. He is currently an Assistant Professor with the Faculty of Science and Engineering, School of Materials, University of Manchester (UoM). He is working mainly with the Northwest Composts Centre and the Aerospace Research Institute, and supervising research students affiliated with the School of Materials, UoM, and the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UoM. So far, he has authored 50+ peer-reviewed journals/conference papers. Moreover, he has authored a monograph, â€œPolymer Extrusion: A Study on Thermal Monitoring Techniques and Melting Issues.â€ His current research interests include: process monitoring, modeling, and control; and soft sensors and soft sensing; process instrumentation; renewable energy technologies; 3D printing, phase change materials; and heat transfer. He is an Associate Member of the professional bodies, including IESL, IMechE, and ICPM; and also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, U.K. Moreover, he is currently an Associate Editor of the Journal of Fluid Flow, Heat and Mass Transfer and Composites Communications. Also, he is serving as a visiting professor of Southwest University, China. He has been served on scientific committees, and he has also been invited for keynote speeches of several international conferences.
Process monitoring, modeling, and control; and soft sensors and soft sensing; process instrumentation; renewable energy technologies; 3D printing, phase change materials; and heat transfer.
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