I am a research student at Cardiff University studying nonlinear elasticity. This position, like my previous employment, is a cross between mathematics, engineering and computer science. My future plans involve research into design, manufacture and optimisation of microstructures for biomechanical applications.
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- HBM nCode create software for managing timerseries data (vibration, temperature, pressure) for engineering analysis, which is best known for (but not limited to) FEA for detecting fatigue and predicting cycles to failure.
- As a software engineer on the nCode Automation product I predominantly worked in data management and processing solutions. In an Agile development environment I experienced the full design lifecycle, from analysis of initial customer requirements to testing solutions for scalability and future proofing. In my most notable project I was subproject manager for creating new functionality in Automation for detecting anomalies in newly collected data, based on 'envelopes' of previous data. This involved writing statistical processes on timeseries data in Python, creating migration tools using Java and SQL (XML outputs) and modifying Automation's functionality and user interface. I was also the system administrator for the Global Powder Metallurgy Database.
- Working with Civil Engineers on large-scale projects involving Computer Aided Design, resolving forces in structures, on-site damage assessment, snow and wind load calculations, client meetings and feasibility reports.
HBM nCode - Software Engineer (Jul 2012 – Dec 2013, Jun 2014 - Jan 2015)
Pinnacle Consulting Engineers - Undergraduate Engineer (Jul 2008 – Oct 2008)
- Third year Mathematics PhD student in the area of nonlinear elasticity. For more information please visit my reseach pages.
- BSc Mathematics (Hons) – 1st class degree
- CHE Civil Engineering
- Mathematics - A
- Electronics - A
- Computing - B
- 10 A* to Bs (including English BB, Science AA and Mathematics A*)