2009 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary scientific interests are in New product development, Product, Engineering design process, Product design and Product engineering. His study in New product development is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Knowledge management and Personalization. His Engineering design process research incorporates elements of Taguchi methods, Scalability, Kriging and Metamodeling.
His research in Metamodeling focuses on subjects like Artificial intelligence, which are connected to Computer Aided Design. His Product design research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Industrial engineering and Systems engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Product design specification and Manufacturing engineering in addition to Product engineering.
Timothy W. Simpson mainly focuses on Product, Engineering design process, Systems engineering, New product development and Manufacturing engineering. His study focuses on the intersection of Product and fields such as Industrial engineering with connections in the field of Optimization problem and Process. His work in Engineering design process tackles topics such as Mathematical optimization which are related to areas like Metamodeling.
His Systems engineering research includes elements of Engineering management and Modular design. His work on Product engineering expands to the thematically related New product development. His Product engineering research incorporates themes from Service product management, Product lifecycle and Product design specification.
His main research concerns Manufacturing engineering, Design for additive manufacturing, Engineering design process, Creativity and Composite material. The various areas that Timothy W. Simpson examines in his Manufacturing engineering study include Cost estimate, Order, Computer Aided Design and Design for manufacturability. His Engineering design process study combines topics in areas such as New product development, Set, Mathematical optimization, Design process and Iterative design.
Timothy W. Simpson brings together Mathematical optimization and Multidisciplinary design optimization to produce work in his papers. His Creativity investigation overlaps with Design education, Mathematics education, Task, Complex problems and Human–computer interaction. His study in the fields of Deposition, Extrusion, 3D printing and Deformation under the domain of Composite material overlaps with other disciplines such as Component.
Engineering design process, Composite material, Manufacturing engineering, Mechanical engineering and Artificial intelligence are his primary areas of study. His Engineering design process research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quality, New product development, Mathematical optimization, Tradespace and Iterative design. His New product development study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Product metric, Variety and Design for manufacturability.
His Mathematical optimization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Set, Machine learning, Selection, Sequence and Fidelity. His research integrates issues of Cost estimate, Engineering drawing and Machining in his study of Manufacturing engineering. His study in the field of Convolutional neural network, Artificial neural network and Adversarial system is also linked to topics like Physics based and 3d design.
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Metamodels for Computer-Based Engineering Design: Survey and Recommendations
Timothy W. Simpson;J. D. Poplinski;P. N. Koch;J. K. Allen.
Comparative studies of metamodelling techniques under multiple modelling criteria
R. Jin;W. Chen;Timothy William Simpson.
Kriging Models for Global Approximation in Simulation-Based Multidisciplinary Design Optimization
Timothy W. Simpson;Timothy M. Mauery;John J. Korte;Farrokh Mistree.
Product family design and platform-based product development: a state-of-the-art review
Jianxin (Roger) Jiao;Timothy W. Simpson;Zahed Siddique.
Use of Kriging Models to Approximate Deterministic Computer Models
Jay D. Martin;Timothy W. Simpson.
Product platform design and customization: Status and promise
Timothy W. Simpson.
Product platform design: method and application
Timothy W. Simpson;Jonathan R. Maier;Farrokh Mistree.
Comparative studies of metamodeling techniques under multiple modeling criteria
Ruichen Jin;Wei Chen;Timothy W. Simpson.
8th Symposium on Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization 2000 (2000)
Analysis of Support Vector Regression for Approximation of Complex Engineering Analyses
Stella M. Clarke;Jan H. Griebsch;Timothy William Simpson.
Comparison of response surface and kriging models for multidisciplinary design optimization
Timothy W. Simpson;John J. Korte;Timothy M. Mauery;Farrokh Mistree.
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