Professor Trevor Toman


Trevor Toman has worked in the manufacturing industry since 1975, working extensively in the calibration, measurement and manufacturing measurement research.

In 1990 Trevor commenced working in the motor manufacturing industry in Coventry. During this period he managed various teams for the launch of new vehicles and various new measuring technologies and facilities; including large and medium sized CMM facilities and laser in-line measurement projects. Trevor’s last post held before joining Coventry University was Manager of the BIW Manufacturing Tool rooms, Measurement and Geometry Departments.

Trevor joined Coventry University in 2006 to launch and manage the new Metrology Development. Since joining CU Trevor has developed working relationships for delivery of training and education and research in metrology to a wide range of organisations, both nationally and internationally. Trevor has authored and delivers a Foundation Degree in Metrology, the Engineering Doctorate Programme in Metrology and numerous Continuous Professional Development courses at Coventry University. Trevor’s current post is Professor and Head of Metrology within the research group’s Centre for Clean Growth and Future Manufacturing. Trevor is also one of the lead academics for the Midlands Centre for Data Driven Metrology (MCDDM), a funded project in partnership with Nottingham University and Loughborough University.

Head of Metrology

Centre for Clean Growth and Manufacturing (CGFM)

Building: Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (AME)

Room: AME 1-12

Contact: +44 (0) 7974 984 279


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