Received an M.Eng. degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University of Leeds in 2014.
Following this, joined Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta as a research engineer developing high-speed FPGA firmware and cable reduction techniques for catheter based intracardiac 3-D ultrasound imaging.
Currently a research assistant and studying for a PhD with the Ultrasound group at the University of Leeds, working in the development of next generation ultrasound instrumentation for both industrial applications and high-channel count imaging systems.
- M.Eng. Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Assists with teaching and delivery of masters-level modules in advanced SoC (System-on-Chip) programming as well as FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) firmware design and verification techniques.