I am currently completing an 11 month Internship as a Software Development Engineer Intern at Amazon Web Services in Cambridge. I have completed three years studying for an MEng degree in Electronic and Computer Engineering at The Univeristy of Nottingham. I am a highly enthustiastic, motivated and ambitious student that loves to get stuck into any technology related project. In my spare time I like to build/fly drones, build websites and web applications/servers, 3D print, solder together electronics, complete online courses, engage in photography and have completed many more projects. See projects here.
During Summer 2014, I spent four weeks building and programming a piece of equipment at the University of Nottingham Medical School. The aim of the project was to find a cheaper alternative for a spectrometer in MRI lung imaging. I was tasked with researching different ADC/DAC development modules which would be viable for the project. I eventually settled on the Digilent Analogue Discovery which was well within the budget and met all of the specifications required. I then used MATLAB to program directly to the module to allow a level of customisation required. The project required the module to output a pulsed signal and then receive a very small signal (echo) at a set time delay. I have also programmed a user interface within the MATLAB software which allowed the user to view the spectrum of the signal received and change the parameters for the signal transmission and acquisition. During this experience I learnt about ADC's/DAC, Spectral Analysis, MATLAB and hyper-polarising Xenon gas.Click here for CV
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