Usama Attia

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Usama Attia

Locality: United Kingdom
Summary: Usama has a background in Mechanical Engineering with a speciality in Industrial Engineering. He gained his MSc at the Danish Polymer Centre at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). He joined the Materials Department at Cranfield University, UK, where he gained his PhD in the field of polymer micro-moulding for microfluidic medical applications. As a research fellow, his current research is focused on powder micro-moulding of metallic micro-components, with special focus on microfluidics. === Selected Publications === Attia UM, Alcock JR. Evaluating and controlling process variability in micro-injection moulding. IJAMT (2010). In Press. [DOI: 10.1007/s00170-010-2724-1]. Attia UM, Alcock JR. A process chain for integrating microfluidic interconnection elements by micro-overmoulding of thermoplastic elastomers. J. of Micromech. and Microeng., 2010; 20(5), art. no. 055017. Attia UM, Alcock JR. Optimizing process conditions for multiple quality criteria in micro-injection moulding. IJAMT (2009). In Press. [DOI: 10.1007/s00170-010-2547-0]. Attia UM, Alcock JR. Integration of functionality into polymer-based microfluidic devices produced by high-volume micromoulding techniques. IJAMT, 2010; 48 (9-12): 973-991. Attia UM, Alcock JR. An evaluation of process-parameter and part-geometry effects on the quality of filling in micro-injection moulding. Microsys. Technol., 2009; 15(12): 1861-1872. Attia UM, Marson S, Alcock JR. Micro-injection moulding of polymer microfluidic devices. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 2009; 7(1): 1-28. Marson S, Attia UM, et al. Reconfigurable micro-mould for the manufacture of truly 3D polymer microfluidic device, CIRP Design Conf. 2009, Cranfield, UK, pp. 343-346. Kersaudy-Kerhoas M, Kaufmann J, Attia UM, Marson S, et al. Evaluation of manufacturing techniques for a minifluidics demonstrator system, 4th Int. Conf. on Responsive Manufacturing (ICRM 2007), Nottingham, UK.
Past: Production Engineer at Futec Group
Education:  Cranfield University Materials: Micro-injection Moulding of Polymer Microfludic Devices for Medical Applications (2006-2009) 
 Danmarks Tekniske Universitet Materials: Polymer Engineering and Science (2004-2006) The MSc thesis was about designing polymer networks for pressure-sensitive adhesives used in medical applications. It focused on characterisin...
Industry: Higher Education
Skills: Materials, Polymer Engineering and Science, Mechanical engineering, Design for manufacturing, Micromanufacturing, Microsystems, Metrology, Microfluidics, Lab-on-a-chip, Point-of-care, Design-of-experiments, Statistical quality control, Process optimisation, Powder Metallurgy, Micro-injection moulding, Micro-powder injection moulding
Experience: School of Applied Sciences, Cranfield University (Educational Institution; Higher Education industry): Research Fellow,  (2009-Present) Research Fellow in the School of Applied Sciences (SAS).
Futec Group (Plastics industry): Production Engineer,  (2001-2002) Kenzi Botanics and Kenzi Kids Club, both subsidiaries of Futec Group, are leading rotational mo...
Interests: Reading, Photography and Travel
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch
Groups: Graduate Member (GradIMMM), The Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining (IOM3), UK. Affiliate Member, Society of Plastic Engineers (SPE), USA.

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