Jim Jose

PhD Candidate

Supervisors: Professor Ivan Cole (RMIT University), Dr Maciej Mazur (RMIT University)

Thesis title: Multi-objective optimisation of additively manufactured components subject to multiphysics loading

Jim Jose obtained his Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics from Glasgow Caledonian University (Scotland, United Kingdom). He joined RMIT in 2018 as a research assistant working on various projects including the development of an automated electrochemical robot for corrosion testing, virtual lab training using HoloLens, and portable water testing devices. Subsequently, he transitioned into the industry in 2020 to work for XRF Scientific group as an R&D engineer for product development. With a passion for industrial research and development, Jim has since joined RMIT as a PhD candidate in 2022, working closely with his industry partner, Romar Engineering, to investigate modelling methods for optimising conformally cooled, heat exchangers under multi-physics loading for additive manufacturing. Through this project, Jim aims to achieve research outcomes that will provide capability to rapidly design optimised additively manufactured parts and hence, translating to strong commercial benefits for the Australian additive manufacturing industry.


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