International Manufacturing Centre, WMG
University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL United Kingdom
Mr Erkan Caner Özkat is a PhD student at WMG department of the University of Warwick. He received his MSc. in Automotive Engineering from the University of Bath, UK in 2007. Currently, he has been working on the integration of multi-physics models and data mining approaches to develop a predictive model of the RLW joint with near-to-zero physical experiments. His major research interests are CAD and FEA modelling, and multi-physics simulation for product/process performance improvement.
Ozkat, E., Franciosa P., Ceglarek D., Monitoring of Remote Laser Welding of Overlap Joints based on Energy Balance Model, accepted for publication at ICALEO Conference, October 2016.
Ozkat, E., Franciosa P., Ceglarek D., In-Process Monitoring of Remote Laser Welding Process Based on Decoupled Multiple-physics Simulation, to be submitted to Journal of Optics and Lasers in Engineering, December 2016.
Ozkat, E., Franciosa P., Ceglarek D., Process parameters selection for laser dimpling process based upon nested hetero-skedasticity modelling and reliable parameter space, submitted to Optics and Laser Technology, August 2016.
2nd Prize in the Poster Competition at the 3rd Prize in the WMG Doctoral Research & Innovation Conference co-organized by Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and the Innovative Manufacturing Global Research Programme (GRP) held on June 21, 2016. The poster, “In-Process Monitoring of Remote Laser Welding Process Based on Decoupled Multi-physics Simulation”, was based on research supported by the UK EPSRC project EP/K019368/1: “Self-Resilient Reconfigurable Assembly Systems with In-process Quality Improvement”.