Description

The University of Huddersfield is joining with seven universities in China to form a research network aimed at boosting efficiency and cost savings in machinery such as aero engines and wind turbines.

The Centre has developed highly-productive collaborations with teams of researchers at several other UK universities, so that it is now at the centre of a network, sharing expertise, facilities and data.

“We also have links with numerous institutions in China,”  “The network in the UK works well because CEPE is a hub with ‘spokes’, consisting of individuals or groups at other universities in the UK.  We realised that we now needed a hub in China.”

Period10 Jun 2019 → 11 Jun 2019

Media coverage

7

Media coverage

  • TitleUK’s largest diagnostic engineering research centre – based at Huddersfield – expands into China
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletAlphaGalileo
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date11/06/19
    DescriptionUniversities in the UK and China have teamed up to create a research network which aims to ensure that machines ranging from aero engines to wind turbines operate as reliably and efficiently as possible, leading to cost savings and environmental benefits.

    “We also have links with numerous institutions in China,” “The network in the UK works well because CEPE is a hub with ‘spokes’, consisting of individuals or groups at other universities in the UK. We realised that we now needed a hub in China.”
    URLhttps://www.alphagalileo.org/en-gb/Item-Display/ItemId/179773?returnurl=https://www.alphagalileo.org/en-gb/Item-Display/ItemId/179773
    PersonsAndrew Ball, Fengshou Gu
  • TitleUK’s largest diagnostic engineering research centre – based at Huddersfield – expands into China
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletProcess and Control Today
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date11/06/19
    DescriptionUniversities in the UK and China have teamed up to create a research network which aims to ensure that machines ranging from aero engines to wind turbines operate as reliably and efficiently as possible, leading to cost savings and environmental benefits.

    The Centre for Efficiency and Performance Engineering (CEPE) is the world’s largest research centre in the field of diagnostic engineering, with 15 academic staff, more than 30 doctoral researchers and more than 30 visiting academics working to improve machinery reliability and safety and to boost plant performance whilst reducing harmful emissions.
    URLwww.pandct.com/media/shownews.asp?ID=53668
    PersonsAndrew Ball, Fengshou Gu
  • TitleHuddersfield joins Chinese university for engineering research network
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBusiness Link
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date10/06/19
    DescriptionThe University of Huddersfield is joining with seven universities in China to form a research network aimed at boosting efficiency and cost savings in machinery such as aero engines and wind turbines.

    The Centre has developed highly-productive collaborations with teams of researchers at several other UK universities, so that it is now at the centre of a network, sharing expertise, facilities and data.

    “We also have links with numerous institutions in China,” “The network in the UK works well because CEPE is a hub with ‘spokes’, consisting of individuals or groups at other universities in the UK. We realised that we now needed a hub in China.”
    URLhttps://www.blmforum.net/mag/huddersfield-chinese-university-engineering-research-network/
    PersonsAndrew Ball, Fengshou Gu
  • TitleUK’s largest diagnostic engineering research centre – based at Huddersfield – expands into China
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletSupply Chain Times
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date10/06/19
    DescriptionUniversities in the UK and China have teamed up to create a research network which aims to ensure that machines ranging from aero engines to wind turbines operate as reliably and efficiently as possible, leading to cost savings and environmental benefits.

    “We also have links with numerous institutions in China,” “The network in the UK works well because CEPE is a hub with ‘spokes’, consisting of individuals or groups at other universities in the UK. We realised that we now needed a hub in China.”
    URLhttps://sctimes.io/news/article.aspx?tid=28&aid=6574
    PersonsAndrew Ball, Fengshou Gu
  • TitleUK’s largest diagnostic engineering research centre – based at Huddersfield – expands into China
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletConnecting Industry
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date10/06/19
    DescriptionThe Centre for Efficiency and Performance Engineering (CEPE) is the world’s largest research centre in the field of diagnostic engineering, with 15 academic staff, more than 30 doctoral researchers and more than 30 visiting academics working to improve machinery reliability and safety and to boost plant performance whilst reducing harmful emissions.

    “We also have links with numerous institutions in China,” “The network in the UK works well because CEPE is a hub with ‘spokes’, consisting of individuals or groups at other universities in the UK. We realised that we now needed a hub in China.”
    URLwww.connectingindustry.com/DesignSolutions/uks-largest-diagnostic-engineering-research-centre--based-at-huddersfield--expands-into-china.aspx
    PersonsAndrew Ball, Fengshou Gu
  • TitleChina hub boost for UK diagnostic leader
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletProcess Engineering
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date10/06/19
    Description“This is a hugely enabling opportunity and I believe that, because of the much closer collaborative working that the network will bring, it is entirely realistic for member institutions to expect to see a step change in the volume of research outputs and IP disclosures that they make.”
    URLprocessengineering.co.uk/article/2024753/china-hub-boost-for-uk-diagnostic-leader
    PersonsAndrew Ball, Fengshou Gu
  • TitleChina hub boost for UK diagnostic leader
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletLaboratorytalk.com
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date10/06/19
    Description“This is a hugely enabling opportunity and I believe that, because of the much closer collaborative working that the network will bring, it is entirely realistic for member institutions to expect to see a step change in the volume of research outputs and IP disclosures that they make.”
    URLlaboratorytalk.com/article/2024753/china-hub-boost-for-uk-diagnostic-leader
    PersonsAndrew Ball