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Professor Clive Neal-Sturgess

Clive Neal-Sturgess

Professor Clive Neal-Sturgess has more than 40 years of experience in academia and research, specifically in the field of Mechanical Engineering. He is Emeritus Professor at the University of Birmingham (UK). He is also the Deputy Mayor of Alcester Town. He held the Jaguar Professorial Chair of Automotive Engineering for 16 years, and was formerly Head of Mechanical Engineering at Birmingham. He holds two visiting chairs, at Coventry University and Birmingham City University, and is active within the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. He is the former Director of the University of Birmingham Automotive Safety Centre. He has undertaken extensive research into Finite Element Methods, Continuum Damage Mechanics, and latterly injuries to car occupants and pedestrians in crashes using Entropy methods. He has applied both the Continuum damage Mechanics and the Entropy methods to predict the outcomes of Blunt Impact Trauma stemming from automotive crashes. He has published over 180 papers, and co-authored three books. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, a Fellow of the Institute of Materials Mining & Metallurgy, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Fellow of Higher Education Academy.

Scope of Expertise: Mechanical Engineering specifically in the area of Finite Element Methods, Continuum Damage Mechanics, and Entropy Methods.

Primary Country of Work: United Kingdom
United Kingdom

 

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