Dr Daniel Eyers
Lecturer in Manufacturing Systems Management
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Daniel's research explores the implications of advanced manufacturing and information technologies for modern Operations Management, particularly in terms of low volume and customized manufacturing.
As a Chartered Engineer with commercial experience in a range of specialist manufacturing industries, Daniel is keen to integrate both research and practice into his teaching and supervision activities. He has lectured on a variety of Operations Management topics at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and is a supervisor to MSc and MBA students on a range of Operations and Supply Chain Management themes.
Daniel is a member of the Logistics and Operations Management Section, and the Logistics Systems Dynamic Group. He is a Committee Member of the South East Wales section of the Institute of Engineering and Technology, and is a frequent reviewer for journals and international conferences in the areas of manufacturing and operations management.
- FHEA, Higher Education Academy
- CEng, Engineering Council (UK)
- PhD Business Management, Cardiff University
- MPhil Mechanical Engineering, Cardiff University
- MSc Social Science Research Methods, Distinction, Cardiff University
- BEng Computer Systems Engineering, First Class Honours, Cardiff University
- Postgraduate Certificate in University Teaching and Learning, Cardiff University
Daniel is a registered PRINCE2 Practitioner
Honours and awards
- Cardiff Business School Research Ethics Committee
- European Operations Management Association
- Institute of Engineering and Technology
- BS3739 Advanced Operations Management (Lecturer)
- BST135 Operations Management (Module Leader)
- BST211 Advanced Issues in Logistics and Operations Management Research (Module Leader)
- BST302 MSc Dissertation (Supervision)
- BST560 MBA Business Project (Supervision)
Primary research interests
- Manufacturing Systems Management
- Sustainable Manufacturing
- Management of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (particularly Additive Manufacturing)
- Flexible and reconfigurable manufacturing systems
- Change management within Operations Management
- Methodological challenges in Operations Management research
- Eyers, D. R. and Soroka, A. J. 2017. Knowledge Transfer Partnership. £134,080 two year project funded by Technology Strategy Board, Welsh Assembly, and Shine Food Machinery Limited.
- Eyers, D. R. 2017. ESRC Impact Acceleration Innovation Fellowship. £5,821. Three month project funded by Economic and Social Research Council.
- Eyers, D. R. and Disney, S. M. 2012. Knowledge Transfer Partnership. £123,211 two year project funded by Technology Strategy Board, Welsh Assembly, and Reid Lifting Limited.
- Eyers, D. R. and Spiegler, V. L. M. 2012. £1,000. “Understanding Complex Systems: A one day conference bridging the gap between Engineering & Business Systems Research”. Small conference funded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
I am interested in supervising PhD students in the areas of:
- Applied Operations Management
- Manufacturing Systems and Manufacturing Management
- Applications of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies