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3 May 2012
Students, supervisors and JLR engineers at the Heritage
Motor Centre. From left to right: Will Graham, Adrian Iles,
Michael Sutcliffe, Will Graham, Matthew Wraight, Michael Harrison,
David Cole, Wasim Sarwar, Adrian Gaylard, Aylmer Johnson,
Phil Barber, Andreas Flouris, Andrew Bell, Adam Southgate,
Theo Cassell, Zetong Chen, Paul Hartley, Andrew Foster,
(Paul Robertson absent).
A group of engineering undergraduates are nearing completion of their final-year projects in collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover. The projects began in October 2011 and will come to a conclusion with the submission of final reports at the end of this month.
The students, their supervisors and Jaguar Land Rover engineers recently met at the JLR Product Engineering Centre in Warwickshire, for a progress meeting. The morning was spent touring relevant parts of the engineering facilities. Everyone then moved to the adjacent Heritage Motor Centre for lunch, followed by presentations from each student. The presentations provoked very constructive discussion amongst everyone present.
The students and projects are:
The projects have been successful in forging new links between the Department of Engineering and Jaguar Land Rover, in addition to providing the undergraduates with industrially-relevant and challenging projects.
Further projects for 2012/2013 have been proposed and it is hoped that these will provide similar opportunities for current third year students.
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