2012 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
P. John Clarkson mostly deals with Engineering design process, New product development, Process, Product and Risk analysis. His Engineering design process study incorporates themes from Knowledge management, Task, Industrial engineering and Design structure matrix. His New product development research incorporates themes from Action research and Action.
His Process study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Management science and Process management. His work in Product addresses subjects such as Systems engineering, which are connected to disciplines such as Flexibility and Product design. His Risk analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Risk identification and Operations research.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Engineering design process, Universal design, Process, Human–computer interaction and Product. In his study, Industrial engineering is inextricably linked to Design process, which falls within the broad field of Engineering design process. His studies in Universal design integrate themes in fields like Engineering management, Cognition and Knowledge management.
His Process study which covers New product development that intersects with Process management. His work on Product design is typically connected to Change propagation as part of general Product study, connecting several disciplines of science. His study connects Patient safety and Risk analysis.
P. John Clarkson spends much of his time researching Engineering design process, Risk analysis, Human–computer interaction, Process and Universal design. P. John Clarkson has included themes like Process modeling, Development, Management science, Engineering management and New product development in his Engineering design process study. His research integrates issues of Flexibility, Patient safety and Resilience in his study of Risk analysis.
His work on Usability as part of general Human–computer interaction study is frequently connected to Interface, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. P. John Clarkson has researched Process in several fields, including Domain, Design structure matrix and Mechanism. His Universal design research incorporates elements of Advanced driver assistance systems, Cognition and Graphic design.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Engineering design process, Process, Risk analysis, Patient safety and Process management. His Engineering design process study incorporates themes from Process modeling, Resource, Management science and Universal design. The study incorporates disciplines such as Engineering ethics and Design structure matrix in addition to Process.
The various areas that he examines in his Design structure matrix study include Knowledge management, Product architecture, Manufacturing engineering, Value and Cost reduction. His Risk analysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Human multitasking, Risk assessment and Identification. His research investigates the link between Process management and topics such as Service that cross with problems in Mental health.
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Seeing things: consumer response to the visual domain in product design
Nathan Crilly;James Moultrie;P.John Clarkson.
Design Studies (2004)
Predicting change propagation in complex design
P. John Clarkson;Caroline Simons;Claudia Eckert.
Journal of Mechanical Design (2001)
Change and customisation in complex engineering domains
Claudia Eckert;P. John Clarkson;Winfried Zanker.
Research in Engineering Design (2004)
A species conserving genetic algorithm for multimodal function optimization
Jian-Ping Li;Marton E. Balazs;Geoffrey T. Parks;P. John Clarkson.
Evolutionary Computation (2003)
Graphic elicitation: using research diagrams as interview stimuli
Nathan Crilly;Alan F. Blackwell;P. John Clarkson.
Change Propagation Analysis in Complex Technical Systems
Monica Giffin;Olivier de Weck;Gergana Bounova;Rene Keller.
Journal of Mechanical Design (2007)
History of inclusive design in the UK
P. John Clarkson;Roger Coleman.
Applied Ergonomics (2015)
Design as communication: exploring the validity and utility of relating intention to interpretation
Nathan Crilly;David Good;Derek Matravers;P. John Clarkson.
Design Studies (2008)
Shaping things: intended consumer response and the other determinants of product form
Nathan Crilly;James Moultrie;P. John Clarkson.
Design Studies (2009)
A Classification of Uncertainty for Early Product and System Design
Olivier de Weck;Claudia M. Eckert;P. John Clarkson.
Guidelines for a Decision Support Method Adapted to NPD Processes (2007)
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