I am a research associate in the Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College London. I am currently working on the UKRI-NSF Signals in the Soil funded Wireless In-Situ Soil Sensing Network for Future Sustainable Agriculture project, which applies autonomous UAV systems to precision irrigation and agriculture.
Prior to this I was a research associate at Newcastle University, where I developed computational models of the praying mantis' 3D vision. My PhD was completed at the University of York, and focussed on immune-inspired fault diagnosis for swarm robots.
My primary research interests are bio-inspired systems, swarms and improving low-power autonomous systems.
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