Areas of expertise
Working on RF circuit designs
Working on biomedical circuits and systems for non-invasive and non-radiating methods for continuously monitoring things such as breast cancer tumours and blood glucose levels, with the data being transferred wirelessly to physicians for diagnosis.
Working on improving the resolution of MRI scanners and methods to reduce the electrical noise picked up by biomedical electrodes.
Developing techniques to detect/monitor skin cancer and leukaemia.
Developing automotive electronics systems. These include driver fatigue monitoring to reduce accidents, head-up displays, and enhanced sensor and control systems for autonomous vehicles.
Membership of professional bodies
Member of the IEEE.
Member of the Editorial Board of Progress of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
Secretary of the Oxford Circuits and Systems Conference (OXCAS 2017) at Somerville College, University of Oxford on Tuesday 19th September 2017. I worked with Prof Khaled Hayatleh and Prof Bhaskar Choubey at the University of Oxford to organise and run this conference. Other academic institutions, including Imperial College and UCL were also involved as partners in the enterprise. The event was very well attended, and ran extremely successfully. This was very much due to the full sponsorship and prizes for the event from the IET and Fujitsu. Oxford Brookes and Oxford University plan to make this a bi-annual event.
Engineer in the Royal Navy, serving on nuclear submarines and speciialising of radar, electronic warfare, communications and weapons systems.
Research and Development Engineer.
Director of a multinational IT company.
In my spare time, I'm interested in Amateur Radio, and Radio Astronomy. I design and build my own equipment for this.