Liam Doyle

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Liam Doyle is a postgraduate research student at the University of Liverpool Institute for Risk & Uncertainty. His current research is in high-throughput component testing and materials certification, with a focus on additive manufacturing and utilising imprecise probabilities.

Liam completed his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Birmingham, after which he spent time in industry facing challenges such as hydrogen fuel cell development and the design of aircraft tyres.

Research Interests: Additive manufacturing, Materials testing, Imprecise probability, Uncertainty

Research project title: High-Throughput Component Testing and Certification for Additive Manufacturing

Project description: This project aims to identify and control process parameters in additive manufacturing to obtain data for outliers enabling high-throughput testing. This would reduce the uncertainty present in additively manufactured components. Therefore enabling the uptake of additive manufacturing in highly regulated industries.

Supervisory team: P.L. Green, C. Sutcliffe

ORCID: 0000-0002-9018-7993