aamir khan

aamir khan

University of Glasgow

H-index: 9

Europe-United Kingdom

About aamir khan

aamir khan, With an exceptional h-index of 9 and a recent h-index of 7 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Glasgow, specializes in the field of Robot Vision, Computer Vision, Image Processing, Pattern Recognition.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

An integrated self-optimizing programmable chemical synthesis and reaction engine

Digitization and validation of a chemical synthesis literature database in the ChemPU

Vision guided robotic inspection for parts in manufacturing and remanufacturing industry

Quantifying impacts on remote photogrammetric inspection using unmanned aerial vehicles

aamir khan Information

University

University of Glasgow

Position

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Citations(all)

290

Citations(since 2020)

180

Cited By

160

hIndex(all)

9

hIndex(since 2020)

7

i10Index(all)

9

i10Index(since 2020)

7

Email

University Profile Page

University of Glasgow

aamir khan Skills & Research Interests

Robot Vision

Computer Vision

Image Processing

Pattern Recognition

Top articles of aamir khan

An integrated self-optimizing programmable chemical synthesis and reaction engine

Authors

Artem I Leonov,Alexander JS Hammer,Slawomir Lach,S Hessam M Mehr,Dario Caramelli,Davide Angelone,Aamir Khan,Steven O’Sullivan,Matthew Craven,Liam Wilbraham,Leroy Cronin

Journal

Nature Communications

Published Date

2024/2/9

Robotic platforms for chemistry are developing rapidly but most systems are not currently able to adapt to changing circumstances in real-time. We present a dynamically programmable system capable of making, optimizing, and discovering new molecules which utilizes seven sensors that continuously monitor the reaction. By developing a dynamic programming language, we demonstrate the 10-fold scale-up of a highly exothermic oxidation reaction, end point detection, as well as detecting critical hardware failures. We also show how the use of in-line spectroscopy such as HPLC, Raman, and NMR can be used for closed-loop optimization of reactions, exemplified using Van Leusen oxazole synthesis, a four-component Ugi condensation and manganese-catalysed epoxidation reactions, as well as two previously unreported reactions, discovered from a selected chemical space, providing up to 50% yield …

Digitization and validation of a chemical synthesis literature database in the ChemPU

Authors

Simon Rohrbach,Mindaugas Šiaučiulis,Greig Chisholm,Petrisor-Alin Pirvan,Michael Saleeb,S Hessam M Mehr,Ekaterina Trushina,Artem I Leonov,Graham Keenan,Aamir Khan,Alexander Hammer,Leroy Cronin

Journal

Science

Published Date

2022/7/8

Despite huge potential, automation of synthetic chemistry has only made incremental progress over the past few decades. We present an automatically executable chemical reaction database of 100 molecules representative of the range of reactions found in contemporary organic synthesis. These reactions include transition metal–catalyzed coupling reactions, heterocycle formations, functional group interconversions, and multicomponent reactions. The chemical reaction codes or χDLs for the reactions have been stored in a database for version control, validation, collaboration, and data mining. Of these syntheses, more than 50 entries from the database have been downloaded and robotically run in seven modular chemputers with yields and purities comparable to those achieved by an expert chemist. We also demonstrate the automatic purification of a range of compounds using a chromatography module …

Vision guided robotic inspection for parts in manufacturing and remanufacturing industry

Authors

Aamir Khan,Carmelo Mineo,Gordon Dobie,Charles Macleod,Gareth Pierce

Journal

Journal of Remanufacturing

Published Date

2021/4

Environmental and commercial drivers are leading to a circular economy, where systems and components are routinely recycled or remanufactured. Unlike traditional manufacturing, where components typically have a high degree of tolerance, components in the remanufacturing process may have seen decades of wear, resulting in a wider variation of geometries. This makes it difficult to translate existing automation techniques to perform Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) for such components autonomously. The challenge of performing automated inspections, with off-line tool-paths developed from Computer Aided Design (CAD) models, typically arises from the fact that those paths do not have the required level of accuracy. Beside the fact that CAD models are less available for old parts, these parts often differ from their respective virtual models. This paper considers flexible automation by combining part …

Quantifying impacts on remote photogrammetric inspection using unmanned aerial vehicles

Authors

Dayi Zhang,Robert Watson,Gordon Dobie,Charles MacLeod,Aamir Khan,Gareth Pierce

Journal

Engineering Structures

Published Date

2020/4/15

Remote photogrammetric inspection is a Non-Destructive Testing method used to quantify surface integrity and detect external discontinuities. The mobility and size of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) offer the flexibility to quickly deploy remote photogrammetric inspections for large-scale assets. In this paper, the results of a photogrammetric inspection are presented as a 3D profile, reconstructed from UAV captured images. Experiments were conducted indoors using a wind turbine blade section obtained from a recently decommissioned asset. The naturally occurring surface features representative of environmental wear were augmented with a small number of artificial features to aid in the visualisation of inspection quality. An autonomous UAV system for photogrammetric inspections is demonstrated and the influence of image parameters such as environmental light levels, motion blur and focal blur quantified …

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aamir khan FAQs

What is aamir khan's h-index at University of Glasgow?

The h-index of aamir khan has been 7 since 2020 and 9 in total.

What are aamir khan's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

An integrated self-optimizing programmable chemical synthesis and reaction engine

Digitization and validation of a chemical synthesis literature database in the ChemPU

Vision guided robotic inspection for parts in manufacturing and remanufacturing industry

Quantifying impacts on remote photogrammetric inspection using unmanned aerial vehicles

are the top articles of aamir khan at University of Glasgow.

What are aamir khan's research interests?

The research interests of aamir khan are: Robot Vision, Computer Vision, Image Processing, Pattern Recognition

What is aamir khan's total number of citations?

aamir khan has 290 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of aamir khan?

The co-authors of aamir khan are Simon Rogers.