PhD in Data-Driven Innovation for the Circular Economy (Cranfield University UK)

Deadline for application: 24 October 2016 Website: Centre for Competitive Creative Design This project will involve developing data-dri...

Deadline for application: 24 October 2016
Website: Centre for Competitive Creative Design

This project will involve developing data-driven tools and methods to better contribute to their future application and capitalise data flows from users into different innovation strategies.  The aim of this doctoral study is to investigate different sets of digital and physical data, mined from users to develop 'data driven' tools and methods to inform circular innovation. Further details of the research include:

  • Identification of which data sets can be captured from product/service use, use interactions and user preferences and how they could be used to effectively inform circular innovation.
  • Development of methods for the analysis of relevant data streams to inform intelligent interventions for optimal product/service lifetimes (e.g. maintenance, repair, upgrade) as well as improving user experience.
  • Mapping of privacy and transparency issues associated with sharing data between users, manufacturers and other stakeholders to better overcome barriers and find opportunities for circular innovation.
  • Evaluation of the developed digital/physical data-driven tools and methods with experts, to better contribute to their future application and capitalise data flows from users into different sectorial innovation strategies.

The results of the project will have significant impact with answering key questions surrounding the efficient and responsible use of data to inform product/service innovation to achieve more sustainable models of production and consumption.

The student will be based at Cranfield University, in the Centre for Competitive Creative Design, but will be working in close collaboration with the Centre for Manufacturing Informatics allowing to access the latest computing facilities offered by Cranfield University. He/She will need to present their research findings regularly to the project team. The project will also have strong collaboration with industry, as it will be focusing on case studies set up by industrial partners.

For more information and to apply please visit: https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/research/phd/data-driven-innovation-for-a-circular-economy or contact Dr. Mariale Moreno m.moreno@cranfield.ac.uk.

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