Bobby Manesh

Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Science and Engineering

Before arriving at the University of Chester in 2017 as a Senior Lecturer, Bobby worked at Wrexham Glyndŵr University teaching on the Industrial Engineering and Performance Car Technology Programmes.

Overview

Prior to this, he worked at the University of Chester as a Technical Officer with a particular focus on Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.  Before working in Higher Education, Bobby worked in industry as a Research and Development Engineer developing mCHP systems for domestic boilers and also on compressor valve control technology.

Bobby Manesh studied for his first degree at LJMU and progressed to postgraduate studies in Real-Time modelling of an IC engine.  During his time at LJMU, Bobby was a keen member of the Formula student team.  Before undertaking his first degree, Bobby worked as a CNC programmer and as a CAD Draftsman.

Teaching

Bobby teaches on the Mechanical Engineering Programme, and is module leader for: Professional Skills for Scientists and Engineers; Manufacturing Technology, Mechanics of Solids, Dynamics of Mechanical Systems and Advanced Manufacturing Processes.  Bobby also leads on the MEng Group Project module.  In addition, Bobby is the Faculty Advisor for the recently established Formula Student team and he is involved with STEM outreach for the Faculty of Science and Engineering.

 

Research

Bobby is currently reading for a PhD in Modelling Redox Flow Batteries at the University of Chester. Bobby’s research interests focus around:

  •  mCHP Systems
  • 1D Fluid Dynamic modelling
  • Real-Time Mathematical Modelling
  • Automotive suspension system modelling and control

As the link from the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Bobby is currently working on ‘Beyond Text’, a three year Strategic Partnerships Project in which RECAP (University of Chester) leads a team of partners from Estonia, Finland, Spain and Palestine.  The project is introducing new and innovative methods into organisations by the use of arts-based research in a variety of educational and professional contexts.