PhD Research Student
I graduated from the University of Kent in 2016 with a first class degree in Electronic and Communications Engineering. Throughout my undergraduate I was able to develop my interests in a lot of aspects of electronic engineering whilst also completing projects involving: robotics, the internet of things, big data and energy harvesting. I also gained a strong interest in communication networks particularly regarding mobile systems and antenna.
My current PhD project involves the development of a next generation electronic bike whilst also integrating smart cities technology into the system This will help reduce the increased reliability of fossil fueled vehicles whilst also tackling major challenges regarding integrated mobility. I am very excited by the opportunity presented to me by the CDT and I am looking forward to developing my skills and acquiring new ones.