Senior Lecturer in Engineering
Currently, I am in the final stages of completing my PhD in Engineering Maintenance.
Teaching and supervision
- Engineering Mechanics at stage 2 (Module Leader) and stage 3
- Advanced Maintenance Practices
- Final year Project (Module Leader)
- Industrial context
- The human element
- Organisational culture
- Enabling and inhibiting factors for effective maintenance performance
Dixon, Derek, Robson, Kenneth and Baglee, David (2019) The development of a maintenance gap analysis tool for use within the automotive supply chain: A case study perspective. International Journal of COMADEM. ISSN 1363-7681 (In Press)
Knowles, Michael and Dixon, Derek (2016) Guidance Techniques to Improve Student Engagement in Critical Reflection Regarding the Preparation of Technical Reports. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 5 (1). ISSN 2047- 9476
Burn, Kevin, Robinson, Evan and Dixon, Derek (2014) Introducing fundamental concepts of control: A case study in robot force control. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Education, 42 (4). pp. 320-339. ISSN 2050-4586
Conference or Workshop Item
Dixon, Derek, Robson, Kenneth, Baglee, David and Wheatley, Alan (2017) The Role of Cultural Development When Improving Maintenance Practice in the Automotive Supply Chain. In: COMADEM 2017, 10th July - 13th July 2017, Preston, United Kingdom.
Dixon, Derek, Baglee, David, Robson, Kenneth and Sharma, Pankaj (2016) An Identification of the Enabling Factors for the Development of a Unified Approach to Maintenance Strategy Development within the Automotive Supply Chain. In: InCoME 2016, 30-31 Aug 2016, University of Manchester.
Dixon, Derek, Robson, Kenneth, Wheatley, Alan and Baglee, David (2015) Improving automotive supply chain performance through maintenance strategy development. In: EuroMaintenance 2016, 30 May-1 June 2016, Athens, Greece.
Knowles, Michael and Dixon, Derek (2015) Student Engagement in Final Year Independent Project Work. In: Three Rivers Learning and Teaching Conference: Student Engagement, 27 Mar 2015, St Peter's Campus, University of Sunderland, UK.
- Advanced Maintenance Strategies and their role within a manufacturing environment
- The importance of the human element as an enabling factor for modern maintenance practices