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Professor Fiona Charnley

Professor Fiona Charnley

Professor of Circular Innovation and Co-Director Exeter Centre for the Circular Economy

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Fiona joined Exeter Business School in May 2019 as Co-Director of the Exeter Centre for the Circular Economy. She has published extensively within the fields of design, innovation and manufacture for a circular economy.

Fiona is Co-Director of the UKRI National Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Hub harnessing the UK’s leading research capabilities; creating new knowledge, tools, behaviours and relationships to capture economic, social and environmental value from a Circular Economy. Fiona leads a number of government and industry-funded research projects covering topics such as the use of digital technology to inform decisions surrounding the implementation of circular economy strategies and the development and application of self-healing materials to enable product life extension.

Fiona has extensive experience of working with organisations from across sectors to identify new approaches to design, innovation, manufacture and business modelling to transform resource use and value creation. She has also led multiple education and executive training programmes to support future leaders in developing the skills and capabilities necessary to transform our industrial system.

 

Nationality: British

Qualifications

BA Industrial Design (Loughborough), MSc by Research (Cranfield), PhD Whole System Design (Cranfield)

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Research interests

  • Circular Design and Manufacture
  • Data-driven Decision Making
  • Self-Healing Materials

Research projects

Fiona is Co-Director of the UKRI National Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Hub, part of the National Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Research (NICER) Programme to accelerate and scale the UK's transition towards a Circular Economy.

She also leads Exeter's contribution to Circular Revolution in collaboration with Riversimple and Swansea University. This is a project funded by the Welsh European Funding Office to support SMEs in West Wales and the Valleys to adopt Circular approaches to innovation and business.

Fiona is principle investigator of the EPSRC funded grant 'Circular4.0: Data-Driven Intelligence for a Circular Economy' which aims to identify how data from products in use can inform intelligent decisions surrounding the implementation of Circular Economy strategies so as to accelerate the implementation of circular approaches to resource use within UK manufacturing. Partners of this project include the Universities of Sheffield and Cranfield and industrial partners Airbus, Riversimple, Rolls-Royce, The Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the Manufacturing Technology Centre.

She is also a Co-Investigator of :

ACCESS - Advancing Capacity for Climate and Environment Social Science funded by the ESRC

Connected Everything II - An EPSRC funded Network+ to support Digital Manufacturing 

EPSRC Innovation Launchpad Network - coordinating a programme of Researchers in Residence in collaboration with the UK's Catapults 

Previously Fiona was a Co-Investigator of the EPSRC funded project 'Manufacturing Immortality' collaborating with 7 other Universities and multiple industrial partners to investigate the development and application of self-healing materials.

She also previously led the EPSRC funded Network in Re-Distributed Manufacturing, Big Data and Consumer Goods (RECODE) consisting of over 20 industrial partners. 

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Okorie OS, Turner C, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Tiwari A, Hutabarat W (In Press). A decision-making framework for the implementation of remanufacturing in rechargeable energy storage system in hybrid and electric vehicles. Procedia Manufacturing DOI.
Ke S, Esnaola I, Okorie O, Charnley F, Moreno M, Tiwari A (In Press). Data-Driven Modeling and Monitoring of Fuel Cell Performance. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy DOI.
Charnley F (2022). Can Digital Technologies Increase Consumer Acceptance of Circular Business Models? the Case of Second Hand Fashion. Sustainability, 14 Abstract. DOI.
Huang Y, Shafiee M, Charnley F, Encinas-Oropesa A (2022). Designing a Framework for Materials Flow by Integrating Circular Economy Principles with End-of-Life Management Strategies. Sustainability, 14(7), 4244-4244. Abstract. DOI.
Okorie O, Russell J, Cherrington R, Fisher O, Charnley F (2022). Digital transformation and the circular economy: Creating a competitive advantage from the transition towards Net Zero Manufacturing. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 189 Abstract. DOI.
Howard M, Yan X, Mustafee N, Charnley F, Böhm S, Pascucci S (2022). Going beyond waste reduction: Exploring tools and methods for circular economy adoption in small-medium enterprises. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 182, 106345-106345. DOI.
Cseke A, Haines-Gadd M, Mativenga P, Charnley F, Thomas B, Downs R, Perry J (2022). Life cycle assessment of self-healing products. CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology, 37, 489-498. Abstract. DOI.
Cseke A, Haines-Gadd M, Mativenga P, Charnley F, Thomas B, Perry J (2022). Modelling of environmental impacts of printed self-healing products. Sci Total Environ, 807(Pt 2). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Okorie O, Obi M, Russell J, Charnley F, Salonitis K (2021). A triple bottom line examination of product cannibalisation and remanufacturing: a review and research agenda. Sustainable Production and Consumption, 27, 958-974. DOI.
Okorie O, Charnley F, Russell J, Tiwari A, Moreno M (2021). Circular Business Models in High Value Manufacturing: Five Industry Cases to Bridge Theory and Practice. Business Strategy and the Environment DOI.
Haines-Gadd M, Charnley F, Encinas-Oropesa A (2021). Self-healing materials: a pathway to immortal products or a risk to circular economy systems?. Journal of Cleaner Production, 315 Abstract. DOI.
Okorie O, Subramoniam R, Charnley F, Patsavellas J, Widdifield D, Salonitis K (2020). Manufacturing in the Time of COVID-19: an Assessment of Barriers and Enablers. IEEE Engineering Management Review, 48(3), 167-175. DOI.
Park C, Charnley F, Longhurst P, Bolton S, Evans S (2020). Too fast to bother Integrity, instrumentality, and externality factors for early sustainable design implementation in the fast-moving-consumer-goods sector. J of Design Research, 1(1). DOI.
Park C, Charnley F, Longhurst P, Bolton S, Evans S (2020). Too fast to bother? Integrity, instrumentality, and externality factors for early sustainable design implementation in the fast-moving-consumer-goods sector. Journal of Design Research, 18(1-2), 1-36. Abstract. DOI.
Okorie O, Charnley F, Ehiagwina A, Tiwari D, Salonitis K (2020). Towards a simulation-based understanding of smart remanufacturing operations: a comparative analysis. Journal of Remanufacturing Abstract. DOI.
Bessière D, Charnley F, Tiwari A, Moreno MA (2019). A vision of re-distributed manufacturing for the UK’s consumer goods industry. Production Planning and Control, 30(7), 555-567. Abstract. DOI.
Charnley F (2019). Evaluating the environmental performance of a circular business model for Merino wool next-to-skin garments. The case of Armadillo Merino. Sustainability, 11 DOI.
Kuzmina K, Prendeville S, Walker D, Charnley F (2019). Future scenarios for fast-moving consumer goods in a circular economy. Futures, 107, 74-88. Abstract. DOI.
Moreno M, Court R, Wright M, Charnley F (2019). Opportunities for redistributed manufacturing and digital intelligence as enablers of a circular economy. International Journal of Sustainable Engineering, 12(2), 77-94. Abstract. DOI.
Rowe ZO, Wilson HN, Dimitriu R, Charnley FJ, Lastrucci G (2019). Pride in my past: Influencing sustainable choices through behavioral recall. Psychology and Marketing, 36(4), 276-286. Abstract. DOI.
Charnley F, Tiwari D, Hutabarat W, Moreno M, Okorie OS, Tiwari A (2019). Simulation to Enable a Data-Driven Circular Economy. Sustainability, 11 DOI.
Turner C, Moreno M, Mondini L, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Tiwari A, Hutabarat W (2019). Sustainable production in a circular economy: a business model for re-distributed manufacturing. Sustainability (Switzerland), 11(16). Abstract. DOI.
Okorie OS, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Turner C (2018). A Systems Dynamics Enabled Real-Time Efficiency for Fuel Cell Data-Driven Remanufacturing. Journal of Manufacturing and Materials Processing, 2 DOI.
Wastling T, Charnley F, Moreno M (2018). Design for circular behaviour: Considering users in a circular economy. Sustainability (Switzerland), 10(6). Abstract. DOI.
Okorie OS, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Moreno MM, Turner C, Tiwari A (2018). Digitisation and the Circular Economy: a Review of Current Research and Future Trends. Energies, 11 DOI.
Nunes BT, Pollard SJT, Burgess PJ, Ellis G, de los Rios IC, Charnley F (2018). University contributions to the circular economy: Professing the hidden curriculum. Sustainability (Switzerland), 10(8). Abstract. DOI.
De los Rios IC, Charnley FJS (2017). Skills and capabilities for a sustainable and circular economy: the changing role of design. Journal of Cleaner Production, 160, 109-122. Abstract. DOI.
Rowe ZO, Wilson HN, Dimitriu RM, Breiter K, Charnley FJ (2017). The Best I can Be: How Self-Accountability Impacts Product Choice in Technology-Mediated Environments. Psychology and Marketing, 34(5), 521-537. Abstract. DOI.
Despeisse M, Baumers M, Brown P, Charnley F, Ford SJ, Garmulewicz A, Knowles S, Minshall THW, Mortara L, Reed-Tsochas FP, et al (2017). Unlocking value for a circular economy through 3D printing: a research agenda. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 115, 75-84. Abstract. DOI.
Moreno M, De los Rios C, Rowe Z, Charnley F (2016). A conceptual framework for circular design. Sustainability (Switzerland), 8(9). Abstract. DOI.
Srai JS, Kumar M, Graham G, Phillips W, Tooze J, Ford S, Beecher P, Raj B, Gregory M, Tiwari MK, et al (2016). Distributed manufacturing: scope, challenges and opportunities. International Journal of Production Research, 54(23), 6917-6935. Abstract. DOI.
Pollard S, Turney A, Charnley F, Webster K (2016). The circular economy – a reappraisal of the ‘stuff’ we love. Geography, 101(1), 17-27. DOI.
Portillo-Barco C, Charnley F (2015). Data requirements and assessment of technologies enabling a product passport within products exposed to harsh environments: a case study of a high pressure nozzle guide vane. International Journal of Product Lifecycle Management, 8(3), 253-282. Abstract. DOI.
Charnley F, Fleming P, Dowsett T, Fleming M, Cook M, Mill G (2012). Engaging schools in the science of low-energy buildings. Public Understanding of Science, 21(7), 875-890. Abstract. DOI.
Charnley F, Lemon M, Evans S (2011). Exploring the process of whole system design. Design Studies, 32(2), 156-179. Abstract. DOI.
Davies GJ, Kendall G, Soane E, Li J, Charnley F, Pollard SJT (2010). Regulators as 'agents': Power and personality in risk regulation and a role for agent-based simulation. Journal of Risk Research, 13(8), 961-982. Abstract. DOI.

Chapters

Okorie O, Salonitis K, Charnley F (2021). Chapter 4 Remanufacturing and refurbishment in the age of Industry 4.0: an integrated research agenda. In  (Ed) Sustainable Manufacturing, 87-107. DOI.
Okorie O, Charnley F, Salonitis K (2021). Remanufacturing and refurbishment in the age of Industry 4.0: an integrated research agenda. In Gupta K, Salonitis K (Eds.) Sustainable Manufacturing, Elsevier, 87-107.  Abstract. DOI.
Haines-Gadd M, Charnley F (2019). Creating a Taxonomy of Value for a Circular Economy. In Ball P, Huaccho Huatuco L, Howlett RJ, Setchi R (Eds.) Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2019 Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM 19), Springer, 241-261.  Abstract.
Okorie OS, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Moreno M, Turner C, Tiwari A (2019). Manufacturing Data for the Implementation of Data-Driven Remanufacturing for the Rechargeable Energy Storage System in Electric Vehicles. In Dao D, Howlett RJ, Setchi R, Vlacis L (Eds.) Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2018, Springer International, 277-289.  Abstract.

Conferences

Cseke A, Haines-Gadd M, Mativenga P, Charnley F (2020). A framework for assessing self-healing products.  Abstract. DOI.
Howard M, Yan X, Mustafee N, Boehm S, Hopkinson P, Charnley F, Pascucci S (2020). Seven Tools for the Circular Economy: from Linear Flows to Systems Value Recapture. International Society for Circular Economy (IS4CE). 6th - 7th Jul 2020.
Okorie O, Russell J, Charnley F (2020). The reuse economy for digital technologies: a rapid review. Conference of the International Society for the Circular Economy. 6th - 7th Jul 2020. Abstract.
Okorie OS, Charnley F, Salonitis K (2019). A Framework to Support a Simulation-Based Understanding of Digitalisation in Remanufacturing Operations. International Conference on Remanufacturing. 23rd - 25th Jun 2019. Abstract.
Haines-Gadd M, Charnley F (2019). Creating a taxonomy of value for a circular economy.  Abstract. DOI.
Akrivos V, Haines-Gadd M, Mativenga P, Charnley F (2019). Improved metrics for assessment of immortal materials and products.  Abstract. DOI.
Okorie OS, Turner C, Charnley F, Moreno M, Tiwari A (2017). A review of data driven approaches for circular economy in manufacturing. 18th European Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (ERSCP), 1-5 October 2017. 1st - 5th Oct 2017. Abstract.
Jolly MR, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Ball P, Mehrabi H, Pagone E (2017). Energy efficiency status-quo at UK foundries: the “small-is-beautiful” project.  Abstract. DOI.
Moreno M, Turner C, Tiwari A, Hutabarat W, Charnley F, Widjaja D, Mondini L (2017). Re-distributed Manufacturing to Achieve a Circular Economy: a Case Study Utilizing IDEF0 Modeling.  Abstract. DOI.
Moreno M, Charnley F (2016). Can re-distributed manufacturing and digital intelligence enable a regenerative economy? an integrative literature review.  Abstract. DOI.

Reports

Hopkinson P, Zils M, Charnley F, Burton K, Pencheon D, Eatherley D (2022). Accelerating the transition towards a net zero NHS: Delivering a sustainable and resilient UK healthcare sector. Philips,  Exeter, University of Exeter. Abstract.

Publications by year


In Press

Okorie OS, Turner C, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Tiwari A, Hutabarat W (In Press). A decision-making framework for the implementation of remanufacturing in rechargeable energy storage system in hybrid and electric vehicles. Procedia Manufacturing DOI.
Okorie O, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Moreno M, Turner C, Tiwari A (In Press). Data-Driven Approaches for Circular Economy in Manufacturing for Digital Technologies: a Review of Current Research and Proposed Framework.  Abstract. DOI.
Ke S, Esnaola I, Okorie O, Charnley F, Moreno M, Tiwari A (In Press). Data-Driven Modeling and Monitoring of Fuel Cell Performance. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy DOI.

2022

Hopkinson P, Zils M, Charnley F, Burton K, Pencheon D, Eatherley D (2022). Accelerating the transition towards a net zero NHS: Delivering a sustainable and resilient UK healthcare sector. Philips,  Exeter, University of Exeter. Abstract.
Charnley F (2022). Can Digital Technologies Increase Consumer Acceptance of Circular Business Models? the Case of Second Hand Fashion. Sustainability, 14 Abstract. DOI.
Charnley F (2022). Can digital technologies increase consumer acceptance of circu-lar business models? the case of second-hand fashion.
Huang Y, Shafiee M, Charnley F, Encinas-Oropesa A (2022). Designing a Framework for Materials Flow by Integrating Circular Economy Principles with End-of-Life Management Strategies. Sustainability, 14(7), 4244-4244. Abstract. DOI.
Okorie O, Russell J, Cherrington R, Fisher O, Charnley F (2022). Digital transformation and the circular economy: Creating a competitive advantage from the transition towards Net Zero Manufacturing. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 189 Abstract. DOI.
Howard M, Yan X, Mustafee N, Charnley F, Böhm S, Pascucci S (2022). Going beyond waste reduction: Exploring tools and methods for circular economy adoption in small-medium enterprises. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 182, 106345-106345. DOI.
Cseke A, Haines-Gadd M, Mativenga P, Charnley F, Thomas B, Downs R, Perry J (2022). Life cycle assessment of self-healing products. CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology, 37, 489-498. Abstract. DOI.
Cseke A, Haines-Gadd M, Mativenga P, Charnley F, Thomas B, Perry J (2022). Modelling of environmental impacts of printed self-healing products. Sci Total Environ, 807(Pt 2). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2021

Okorie O, Obi M, Russell J, Charnley F, Salonitis K (2021). A triple bottom line examination of product cannibalisation and remanufacturing: a review and research agenda. Sustainable Production and Consumption, 27, 958-974. DOI.
Okorie O, Salonitis K, Charnley F (2021). Chapter 4 Remanufacturing and refurbishment in the age of Industry 4.0: an integrated research agenda. In  (Ed) Sustainable Manufacturing, 87-107. DOI.
Okorie O, Charnley F, Russell J, Tiwari A, Moreno M (2021). Circular Business Models in High Value Manufacturing: Five Industry Cases to Bridge Theory and Practice. Business Strategy and the Environment DOI.
Okorie O, Charnley F, Salonitis K (2021). Remanufacturing and refurbishment in the age of Industry 4.0: an integrated research agenda. In Gupta K, Salonitis K (Eds.) Sustainable Manufacturing, Elsevier, 87-107.  Abstract. DOI.
Haines-Gadd M, Charnley F, Encinas-Oropesa A (2021). Self-healing materials: a pathway to immortal products or a risk to circular economy systems?. Journal of Cleaner Production, 315 Abstract. DOI.

2020

Cseke A, Haines-Gadd M, Mativenga P, Charnley F (2020). A framework for assessing self-healing products.  Abstract. DOI.
Okorie O, Subramoniam R, Charnley F, Patsavellas J, Widdifield D, Salonitis K (2020). Manufacturing in the Time of COVID-19: an Assessment of Barriers and Enablers. IEEE Engineering Management Review, 48(3), 167-175. DOI.
Howard M, Yan X, Mustafee N, Boehm S, Hopkinson P, Charnley F, Pascucci S (2020). Seven Tools for the Circular Economy: from Linear Flows to Systems Value Recapture. International Society for Circular Economy (IS4CE). 6th - 7th Jul 2020.
Okorie O, Russell J, Charnley F (2020). The reuse economy for digital technologies: a rapid review. Conference of the International Society for the Circular Economy. 6th - 7th Jul 2020. Abstract.
Park C, Charnley F, Longhurst P, Bolton S, Evans S (2020). Too fast to bother Integrity, instrumentality, and externality factors for early sustainable design implementation in the fast-moving-consumer-goods sector. J of Design Research, 1(1). DOI.
Park C, Charnley F, Longhurst P, Bolton S, Evans S (2020). Too fast to bother? Integrity, instrumentality, and externality factors for early sustainable design implementation in the fast-moving-consumer-goods sector. Journal of Design Research, 18(1-2), 1-36. Abstract. DOI.
Okorie O, Charnley F, Ehiagwina A, Tiwari D, Salonitis K (2020). Towards a simulation-based understanding of smart remanufacturing operations: a comparative analysis. Journal of Remanufacturing Abstract. DOI.

2019

Okorie OS, Charnley F, Salonitis K (2019). A Framework to Support a Simulation-Based Understanding of Digitalisation in Remanufacturing Operations. International Conference on Remanufacturing. 23rd - 25th Jun 2019. Abstract.
Bessière D, Charnley F, Tiwari A, Moreno MA (2019). A vision of re-distributed manufacturing for the UK’s consumer goods industry. Production Planning and Control, 30(7), 555-567. Abstract. DOI.
Haines-Gadd M, Charnley F (2019). Creating a Taxonomy of Value for a Circular Economy. In Ball P, Huaccho Huatuco L, Howlett RJ, Setchi R (Eds.) Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2019 Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM 19), Springer, 241-261.  Abstract.
Haines-Gadd M, Charnley F (2019). Creating a taxonomy of value for a circular economy.  Abstract. DOI.
Charnley F (2019). Evaluating the environmental performance of a circular business model for Merino wool next-to-skin garments. The case of Armadillo Merino. Sustainability, 11 DOI.
Kuzmina K, Prendeville S, Walker D, Charnley F (2019). Future scenarios for fast-moving consumer goods in a circular economy. Futures, 107, 74-88. Abstract. DOI.
Akrivos V, Haines-Gadd M, Mativenga P, Charnley F (2019). Improved metrics for assessment of immortal materials and products.  Abstract. DOI.
Okorie OS, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Moreno M, Turner C, Tiwari A (2019). Manufacturing Data for the Implementation of Data-Driven Remanufacturing for the Rechargeable Energy Storage System in Electric Vehicles. In Dao D, Howlett RJ, Setchi R, Vlacis L (Eds.) Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2018, Springer International, 277-289.  Abstract.
Moreno M, Court R, Wright M, Charnley F (2019). Opportunities for redistributed manufacturing and digital intelligence as enablers of a circular economy. International Journal of Sustainable Engineering, 12(2), 77-94. Abstract. DOI.
Rowe ZO, Wilson HN, Dimitriu R, Charnley FJ, Lastrucci G (2019). Pride in my past: Influencing sustainable choices through behavioral recall. Psychology and Marketing, 36(4), 276-286. Abstract. DOI.
Charnley F, Tiwari D, Hutabarat W, Moreno M, Okorie OS, Tiwari A (2019). Simulation to Enable a Data-Driven Circular Economy. Sustainability, 11 DOI.
Turner C, Moreno M, Mondini L, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Tiwari A, Hutabarat W (2019). Sustainable production in a circular economy: a business model for re-distributed manufacturing. Sustainability (Switzerland), 11(16). Abstract. DOI.

2018

Okorie OS, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Turner C (2018). A Systems Dynamics Enabled Real-Time Efficiency for Fuel Cell Data-Driven Remanufacturing. Journal of Manufacturing and Materials Processing, 2 DOI.
Wastling T, Charnley F, Moreno M (2018). Design for circular behaviour: Considering users in a circular economy. Sustainability (Switzerland), 10(6). Abstract. DOI.
Okorie OS, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Moreno MM, Turner C, Tiwari A (2018). Digitisation and the Circular Economy: a Review of Current Research and Future Trends. Energies, 11 DOI.
Nunes BT, Pollard SJT, Burgess PJ, Ellis G, de los Rios IC, Charnley F (2018). University contributions to the circular economy: Professing the hidden curriculum. Sustainability (Switzerland), 10(8). Abstract. DOI.

2017

Okorie OS, Turner C, Charnley F, Moreno M, Tiwari A (2017). A review of data driven approaches for circular economy in manufacturing. 18th European Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (ERSCP), 1-5 October 2017. 1st - 5th Oct 2017. Abstract.
Jolly MR, Salonitis K, Charnley F, Ball P, Mehrabi H, Pagone E (2017). Energy efficiency status-quo at UK foundries: the “small-is-beautiful” project.  Abstract. DOI.
Moreno M, Turner C, Tiwari A, Hutabarat W, Charnley F, Widjaja D, Mondini L (2017). Re-distributed Manufacturing to Achieve a Circular Economy: a Case Study Utilizing IDEF0 Modeling.  Abstract. DOI.
De los Rios IC, Charnley FJS (2017). Skills and capabilities for a sustainable and circular economy: the changing role of design. Journal of Cleaner Production, 160, 109-122. Abstract. DOI.
Rowe ZO, Wilson HN, Dimitriu RM, Breiter K, Charnley FJ (2017). The Best I can Be: How Self-Accountability Impacts Product Choice in Technology-Mediated Environments. Psychology and Marketing, 34(5), 521-537. Abstract. DOI.
Despeisse M, Baumers M, Brown P, Charnley F, Ford SJ, Garmulewicz A, Knowles S, Minshall THW, Mortara L, Reed-Tsochas FP, et al (2017). Unlocking value for a circular economy through 3D printing: a research agenda. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 115, 75-84. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Moreno M, De los Rios C, Rowe Z, Charnley F (2016). A conceptual framework for circular design. Sustainability (Switzerland), 8(9). Abstract. DOI.
Moreno M, Charnley F (2016). Can re-distributed manufacturing and digital intelligence enable a regenerative economy? an integrative literature review.  Abstract. DOI.
Srai JS, Kumar M, Graham G, Phillips W, Tooze J, Ford S, Beecher P, Raj B, Gregory M, Tiwari MK, et al (2016). Distributed manufacturing: scope, challenges and opportunities. International Journal of Production Research, 54(23), 6917-6935. Abstract. DOI.
Pollard S, Turney A, Charnley F, Webster K (2016). The circular economy – a reappraisal of the ‘stuff’ we love. Geography, 101(1), 17-27. DOI.

2015

Portillo-Barco C, Charnley F (2015). Data requirements and assessment of technologies enabling a product passport within products exposed to harsh environments: a case study of a high pressure nozzle guide vane. International Journal of Product Lifecycle Management, 8(3), 253-282. Abstract. DOI.

2012

Charnley F, Fleming P, Dowsett T, Fleming M, Cook M, Mill G (2012). Engaging schools in the science of low-energy buildings. Public Understanding of Science, 21(7), 875-890. Abstract. DOI.

2011

Charnley F, Lemon M, Evans S (2011). Exploring the process of whole system design. Design Studies, 32(2), 156-179. Abstract. DOI.

2010

Davies GJ, Kendall G, Soane E, Li J, Charnley F, Pollard SJT (2010). Regulators as 'agents': Power and personality in risk regulation and a role for agent-based simulation. Journal of Risk Research, 13(8), 961-982. Abstract. DOI.

Awards and Honours

  • Top 50 Women in Engineering 2018 (Women’s Engineering Society and The Telegraph)

External positions

  • Visiting Tutor Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership 
  • External Examiner for the Dyson School of Engineering, Imperial College, London
  • External PhD Examiner for Loughborough, Surrey, De Montfort and Teesside Universities and the Royal College of Art, London
  • Member of the Schmidt-MacArthur Fellowship Advisory Board

Invited lectures

Fiona has led multiple education and executive training programmes to support future leaders in developing the skills and capabilities necessary to transform our industrial system from linear to circular. In her previous position, she was Director of the Mater of Design Programme, developing and delivering courses on design thinking, strategy and sustainability.

Fiona is currently leading the Exeter MBA Corporate Challenge as well as integrating design thinking and circular economy into the curriculum. She is working with the ECCE team to create new executive, online and part time educational offerings in the Circular Economy field.

Modules

2022/23