- 13:00 - 14:00
Date: 13th November, 1.00pm –2.00pm
Venue: G.32, Liberty Building
Neil Armstrong (Design Technology Group, Rolls-Royce plc)
Complex decision making is a fundamental part of engineering design. Technical requirements for complex decision making change as the design process proceeds. The process spans a spectrum of engineering information from systems perspectives where options for products are proposed and design decisions include, e.g., making trade-offs between a lighter option and a cheaper one, and physical perspectives where decisions related to the selection of shapes and materials are made.In this seminar, Neil will discuss complex decision making tools and challenges in Rolls-Royce and his work to improve complex decision making processes and tools to enable innovation and delivery of competitive products.... For more information, please click here.