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David Ross Pinnock

David Ross-Pinnock

Research Associate

David left the project in January 2017

About David

David Ross-Pinnock joined the University of Bath as a Research Associate in August 2013 to work on the Light Controlled Factory project.

His particular research topic is focused on developing a Hybrid Metrology System that combines physical measurement and computational analysis to model thermal and gravitational effects during large scale assembly. Areas of specialisation include temperature measurement, large volume metrology, and finite element analysis (FEA).

In 2011, he completed an MSc in Ultra Precision Technologies at Cranfield University and a BSc (Hons) in Physics at The University of Hull in 2009. He is also currently completing his PhD in temperature measurement planning for thermal compensation in assembly environments. Before arriving in Bath he was employed as a Test and Installation Engineer for x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) instruments at Thermo Fisher Scientific, East Grinstead, UK.

David’s Updates

David’s Publications

First Author Other Authors Year Title
Ross-Pinnock D Maropoulos P 2014 Identification of Key Temperature Measurement Technologies for the Enhancement of Product and Equipment Integrity in the Light Controlled Factory
Ross-Pinnock D Maropoulos P 2016 Review of Industrial Temperature Measurement Technologies and Research Priorities for the Thermal Characterisation of the Factories of the Future
Ross-Pinnock D Mullineux G 2016 Thermal Compensation of Photogrammetric Dimensional Measurements in Non-standard Anisothermal Environments