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Prof T Mei
Prof T Mei
postal addressUniversity of Salford, School of Computing, Science and Engineering, Newton Building, UG1, Salford, UK, M5 4WT.
email addresst.x.mei@salford.ac.uk
telephone0161 295 3715
Key Memberships
From October 2009 to present.
Profile Summary

Professor T X Mei took up the position of Chair in Control and Mechatronics at Salford in January 2009. He was previously Reader at The University of Leeds. 

His main research is concerned with the advanced control and mechatronic solutions for industrial problems especially applied to railway and automotive systems including fault tolerance, condition monitoring, traction control, wheel-rail contact mechanics, vehicle dynamics, intelligent sensing and data fusion, and system integration. Professor Mei is one of the most active researchers world-wide in the latest fundamental research into active steering and system integrations for railway vehicles. He has given a number of invited seminars and state-of-art reviews at the international level and has published about 90 papers in the last 10 years in leading academic journal and international conferences.

Key Qualifications
1982
1985
1991
1994
Key Projects
2013
Jan
Design for control of railway vehicles and it's business case impact
Rail Safety and Standards Board, £15,007.00.
Investigator: T Mei (100%).
2010
Jul
Challenging established rules for train control through a fault tolerance approach
EPSRC, £345,887.00.
Principal Investigator: T Mei (66%). Co-Investigator: S Nefti-Meziani (34%).
2009
Sep
enhanced safety and reliability for trains through fault tolerant control
EPSRC, £50,000.00.
Principal Investigator: T Mei (100%).
2009
Mar
Sensor Fusion, Prognostics, Diagnostics and Failure Mode Control for Complex Aerospace systems
European Office of Aerospace Research and Development (AFRL), £19,837.00.
Principal Investigator: T Mei (100%).
2008
Dec
KTP with GGS Engineering
Technology Strategy Board, £106,369.00.
Investigator: T Mei (100%).
2008
Nov
ACTUATOR - High Integrity Actuation with Embedded Intelligence for Steer-by-Wire in Ground
Technology Strategy Board, £175,618.00.
Principal Investigator: T Mei (100%).
Key Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Book Sections
Key Presence
Conference Organisation
2013
Aug

Member of International Scientific Committee

Member of Organising Committee

2012
Sep

Member of International Programme Committee

Member of the best papers select panel

2011
Aug

General Co-Chair

Chair of National Organising Committee

Member of International Scientific Committee

2010
Sep

IPC Member

2009
Sep

IPC member

2009
Feb

IAC member

2006
Aug

IPC Member

External Examiner Duties
2012
Sep

External Examiner for U/G and P/G taught programmes (2012 - 2016)

2012
Jan

PhD external examiner

2011
Jun

Chair of PhD exam board (for 2 candidates)

2011
Jan

PhD external examiner

2010
May

PhD external examiner

2009
Dec

PhD external examiner

Honorary Posts (e.g. Visiting Appointments)
2003
Sep
Honours and Awards
2009
Nov
2001
Dec
Invited Papers and Lectures
2011
Jun
2011
May
2009
Oct
2009
Jun
2009
Jun
2008
Jul
2008
May
2007
Aug
2007
May
2006
May
2004
Sep
2004
Sep
2004
Sep
2004
May
2003
Sep
2003
Sep
2003
Jul
2002
Dec
2000
Sep
2000
Jun
Journal Editorship
2011
Aug

Co-editor of special issue - IAVSD 2011 supplement

2004
Jun

Guest Editor for special issue on automatic control and information fusion (Singapore, January 2005).

Memberships of External Bodies
2010
Nov

Member of Executive Committee (2011-2015)

2009
Oct
2009
Apr
1996
Jul

Fellow of IET

Other Evidence of External Esteem
2005
Dec
2004
Dec