Academic Projects

2014-2016 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (UCL)

Random-access scanning microscopy for 3D imaging

Design & development of a highly-configurable software suite (>2500 LabVIEW VIs) which manages all aspects of high-speed 3D laser microscopy. Soon to be made open source.

Live imaging UI screenshot Beta

Microscope app System Config window

Microscope app pos control window  Microscope app auto cal

 

2014-2015 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (UCL)

Configurable high-speed (GigE) multi-stream video recording system for up to 4 cameras (limited by the hardware).

Designed & developed high-speed microscopy control and data acquisition sub-systems.

2001-2006 UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

 
PhD – ADAPTIVE BREATH SAMPLER

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PhD – INTRODUCTION OF ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS IN ION MOBILITY SPECTROMETRY 

Plastic IMS 1 Drift tube simulation

PHD – Introduction of the ‘Td0’ quantity and development of advanced 3D IMS data viewer software.

Td0 visualiser

PHD – Plastic IMS miniaturisation using carbon nanotubes.

Mini drift tube test assembly

PHD – 3D data viewer for Mass Spectrometry

PHD – Research and development of planar electrodes using electrically resistive polymers, for new Ion Mobility Spectrometer form factors.

PHD – Design of hyphenated nano-ESI-DMS-MS instrument.

PHD – Development and integration of a micro-electrospray ionisation source (nano-ESI).

PHD – Development of a vacuum system controller for Mass Spectrometry.

PHD – Development of a Gas Chromatography-Ion Mobility Spectrometer (GC-IMS).

Developed Systems   Custom design electronics

MSc – Development of a control and data acquisition System for hyphenated Ion Mobility Spectrometry-Mass Spectrometry (IMS-MS).

MSc software  Custom design electronics 2

BEng – Final year project: Calibration device for Doppler ultrasound medical equipment (Won the 2nd departmental prize)

BEng – Second year project: Electronic device for innovative transistor testing. (Awarded a 95% mark)

BEng – First year project: Building a Digital Multimeter (Won the 1st departmental prize)

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