I am a final-year PhD student at the University of Oxford with the CDT in Autonomous Intelligent Machines and Systems (AIMS CDT). I have an undergraduate degree in physics from the University of Heidelberg, where I wrote my thesis on superscalar out-of-order processors.
I am interested in any work that could have a large positive impact on humans or other animals. Currently, I am particularly interested in developing better technologies (hardware and software) for ecology research. I would be especially excited to support work that aims to better understand (or maybe even improve) the welfare of wild animals.
I am open to jobs in research, engineering and science communication as well as entrepreneurship opportunities. Please reach out if you know of a role that I might be a good fit for.
My most recent project involved co-developing SnapperGPS, an open-source, low-cost, low-power GNSS location data logging system, specifically developed for tracking wild animals. My supervisor is Prof Alex Rogers.
|resuming my PhD degree to write up my dissertation
|attending EAGx NYC
|suspending my degree until Michaelmas Term (October 2023)
|attending EAGx Cambridge
|the Journal of Open Hardware published our hardware paper on SnapperGPS
|at the Global Gathering for Open Science Hardware, GOSH 2022
|deploying SnapperGPS with Manx Shearwaters on Skomer, Wales
|giving a talk at the International Sea Turtle Symposium (ISTS) about tracking nesting sea turtles with SnapperGPS
|our SnapperGPS work is featured on the cover of the 2021 Winter edition of Inspired Research, the twice-yearly newsletter published by the Department of Computer Science at University of Oxford
|on fieldwork in Cape Verde to track endangered loggerhead sea turtles with FMB
|voted in as Arts & Culture Officer of the Keble College MCR
|voted in as the new Novice Captain of the Powerlifting Club
|started hosting our Wednesday talks for the Physics Society
|10-week project with the Satellite Applications Catapult on space debris
|voted in as Publicity Officer for the Oxford University Physics Society
|started my 4-year PhD at the University of Oxford with the AIMS CDT
|at QuID 2019, a summer school on quantum information at the ETH Zurich
|interning at the CERN data centre as part of their Summer Student programme
|defended my BSc thesis on superscalar out-of-order processing