I'm a DPhil student researching the use of computer vision for diagnosis of spinal disease, in particular cancer. I'm a member of the Visual Geometry Group supervised by Andrew Zisserman and Timor Kadir. My DPhil is funded by Cancer Research UK.
I set up this website a year ago with great intentions as a place to put stuff I've been working on. So far life's been a little too busy for this but hopefully I'll get round to it at some point. I'll even throw in the generic promise to maybe start a blog one day too.
Electronics Implementation and Design
As one of our third year lab projects, George and I designed and build an electronic amplifier for a mobile phone audio signal. This is a short conference-style report I wrote on it.Project Report
Electrical Properties of Graphene
Another third year laboratory project. Here we explore the electrical properties of graphene using the method Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov used in their Nobel Prize winning paper "Electric Field Effect in Atomically Thin Carbon Films"Project Report
Inflation and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
An essay I wrote for a final year physics and philosophy course concerning the apparent contradiction between inflation's 'generic' conditions and the second law of thermodynamics pointing to highly specialised initial conditions.Essay