Michael Gallimore received the BEng(Hons) degree in Mechanical and Computer Aided Engineering in 2006 from Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK, and the PhD degree in Engineering in 2016 from the University of Lincoln.
Prior to his academic career, Michael spent ten years working for Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd, Lincoln, UK with various roles including Design Engineer, Senior Support Engineer and Service Manager. He is a qualified Teacher of Mathematics and Chartered Mechanical Engineer and has been teaching in Secondary, Further and Higher Education since 2006. His engineering research interests include intelligent diagnostics and prognostics for complex systems, signal processing, optimization and biomedical engineering. Alongside this research, Michael also carries out pedagogical research in mathematics support and aiding student transition.
Alongside his general management duties, Michael has full responsibility for the management of all teaching provision within the School and leads activities surrounding student recruitment. He also represents the school on the College of Science Education Committee.
Fault detection and diagnosis, modelling and prediction, applications of engineering to medicine and pharmacy, student transition & support
— University of Lincoln, 2016
Qualified Teacher Status
— University of Nottingham, 2007