As one of our LISMS group members, Shohin Aheleroff successfully finished his PhD study on April 8th. His supervisors were Professor Xun Xu and Dr Ray Y. Zhong.
His research topic was “Internet of Things enabled Personalisation in the Context of Industry 4.0“.
Dr Shohin’s research aims at enabling industries to fulfil a spectrum of mass personalisation by utilising Industry 4.0 technologies. The primary objective of his research is to form an eco-system, including a general IoT-enabled framework for personalised service provisioning and orchestration beyond the manufacturing industry, including retrofit for value-added mass personalisation. This industry-led R&D brings a more comprehensive concept than personalised consumer products and demonstrates the feasibility of scalable uniqueness, which may not come from individuals but from the nature of the physical environment.
Dr Shohin’s publications during his doctoral studies are as follows.📖
- “Mass Personalisation as a Service in Industry 4.0: A Resilient Response Case Study.” Advanced Engineering Informatics 50 (2021): 101438.
- “Digital twin as a service (DTaaS) in industry 4.0: an architecture reference model.” Advanced Engineering Informatics 47 (2021): 101225.
- “IoT-enabled smart appliances under industry 4.0: A case study.” Advanced engineering informatics 43 (2020): 101043.
- “A digital twin reference for mass personalisation in industry 4.0.” Procedia CIRP 93 (2020): 228-233.
- “Digital Twin Enabled Mass Personalization: A Case Study of a Smart Wetland Maintenance System.” In International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference, vol. 84263, p. V002T07A025. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2020.
- “A Digital Twin Reference for Mass Personalization in Industry 4.0.” Procedia CIRP 93 (2020): 228-233.
- “The Degree of Mass Personalisation under Industry 4.0.” Procedia CIRP 81 (2019): 1394-1399.
- “IoT-Enabled Personalisation for Smart Products and Services in the Context of Industry 4.0.” In Proceedings of International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, CIE (2018), p. 20p. 2018.
During his doctoral studies, he also received the following honours 🏆
- The University of Auckland Distinguished Graduate Award 2021.
- The University of Auckland entrepreneurship programme, $100k Challenge qualifier 2021.
- First Prize Auckland’s IoT/AR Hackathon 2019.
- Best Paper in the 49th International Conference on Computer & Industrial Engineering.
- New Zealand Prime Minister’s Scholarships for Latin America in 2018.
- “Creativity in solving a complex problem” award in the IDEA Bootcamp at the centre of innovation and entrepreneurship (CIE) at the University of Auckland in 2018.
Congratulations on Dr Shohin Aheleroff! And we wish you all the best in your future endeavours.