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Background Information

Employment History

President

BMetA


Manager of Materials and Process Engineering

GKN Plc


Lecturer In Manufacturing Engineering

Cambridge Judge Business School


Affiliations

Fellows of the Institute

Representative


University of Birmingham

Business Development Fellow In the School of Engineering


Birmingham University

Business Development Fellow


Education

BSc Degree

University


PhD degree

University


degrees

Physical Metallurgy

Birmingham University


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www.instmat.org.uk

Graham HolloxHonorary Fellows & FellowsFollowing degrees in Physical Metallurgy at Birmingham University, Graham's career has involved various industries, covering a variety of products, materials and manufacturing technologies.This has included International Nickel and RHP Bearings in the UK, the aerospace company Martin-Marietta (RIAS) in the USA, Brown Boveri Research Centre in Switzerland, bearing technology at SKF in the Netherlands and later as a Director of SKF & Dormer Tools in the UK.His last full-time appointment before retiring primarily involved automotive components as Manager of Materials and Process Engineering with GKN Technology.He has also held appointments as a Lecturer in Manufacturing Engineering at Cambridge University and Business Development Fellow at Birmingham University.More widely, he has supported EPSRC and DTI groups and the PowdermatriX Faraday Partnership and acted as a consultant to various companies. Previous Institute roles have included President of the BMetA, as well as involvement in Institute conference and membership activities and, way back, the Young Metallurgists. Graham is delighted at his election as a representative of Fellows of the Institute on Council.His original statement of interests included (a) enhancing IOM3 in strategically important effective technology transfer, and (b) improving the value of IOM3 membership to members, including continual review of the part played by Materials World.He looks forward to representing these matters and welcomes views, suggestions and any input by e-mail.Graham Hollox can be contacted on g.hollox@iom3.org.


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Graham HolloxHonorary Fellows & FellowsFollowing degrees in Physical Metallurgy at Birmingham University, Graham's career has involved various industries, covering a variety of products, materials and manufacturing technologies.This has included International Nickel and RHP Bearings in the UK, the aerospace company Martin-Marietta (RIAS) in the USA, Brown Boveri Research Centre in Switzerland, bearing technology at SKF in the Netherlands and later as a Director of SKF & Dormer Tools in the UK.His last full-time appointment before retiring primarily involved automotive components as Manager of Materials and Process Engineering with GKN Technology.He has also held appointments as a Lecturer in Manufacturing Engineering at Cambridge University and Business Development Fellow at Birmingham University.More widely, he has supported EPSRC and DTI groups and the PowdermatriX Faraday Partnership and acted as a consultant to various companies. Previous Institute roles have included President of the BMetA, as well as involvement in Institute conference and membership activities and, way back, the Young Metallurgists. Graham is delighted at his election as a representative of Fellows of the Institute on Council.His original statement of interests included (a) enhancing IOM3 in strategically important effective technology transfer, and (b) improving the value of IOM3 membership to members, including continual review of the part played by Materials World.He looks forward to representing these matters and welcomes views, suggestions and any input by e-mail.Graham Hollox can be contacted on g.hollox@iom3.org.


www.iom3.org

Graham HolloxHonorary Fellows & FellowsFollowing degrees in Physical Metallurgy at Birmingham University, Graham's career has involved various industries, covering a variety of products, materials and manufacturing technologies.This has included International Nickel and RHP Bearings in the UK, the aerospace company Martin-Marietta (RIAS) in the USA, Brown Boveri Research Centre in Switzerland, bearing technology at SKF in the Netherlands and later as a Director of SKF & Dormer Tools in the UK.His last full-time appointment before retiring primarily involved automotive components as Manager of Materials and Process Engineering with GKN Technology.He has also held appointments as a Lecturer in Manufacturing Engineering at Cambridge University and Business Development Fellow at Birmingham University.More widely, he has supported EPSRC and DTI groups and the PowdermatriX Faraday Partnership and acted as a consultant to various companies. Previous Institute roles have included President of the BMetA, as well as involvement in Institute conference and membership activities and, way back, the Young Metallurgists. Graham is delighted at his election as a representative of Fellows of the Institute on Council.His original statement of interests included (a) enhancing IOM3 in strategically important effective technology transfer, and (b) improving the value of IOM3 membership to members, including continual review of the part played by Materials World.He looks forward to representing these matters and welcomes views, suggestions and any input by e-mail.Graham Hollox can be contacted on g.hollox@iom3.org.


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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) | Dr Graham Hollox | Ms Alison Morey | Ms Padma Reddy | Dr Milla ShahAlison, Padma and Graham are channelling their combined Engineering, Materials and ICT expertise into the diversification of business through new technology.Graham HolloxGraham Hollox - Metallurgy and Materials Dr Graham Hollox is Business Development Fellow in the School of Engineering (Metallurgy and Materials) responsible for two areas.One is building business links between the governing bodies, manufacturing companies and participants in sports and the university competences in Engineering, Materials and Sport Exercise Sciences.The other is in developing partnerships between the automotive industry and the wide range of activities in automotive technology across the University.He holds BSc and PhD degrees from the University.As well as a past appointment lecturing in Manufacturing Engineering in Cambridge University, his industrial experience covers a range of metallic, ceramic, polymer and composite materials in a variety of engineering industries in UK, Continental Europe and USA.


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Discussion Leader: Graham Hollox (University of Birmingham, UK)


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