Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Electrical Electronics Engineering, 2015 - On going
Extras: Substantive Staff (participate in teaching and evaluation)
Master of Engineering (MEng) in Mechatronics Engineering, 2011 - 2015
Extras: Manchester Leadership Program (Silver Award)
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Manufacturing Technology, 2004 - 2007
Extras: Staff representative in the School of Engineering and Information Sciences
September 2015 - Present (1 year 4 months)
Teaching students courses related to Electrical Electronics Engineering in a laboratory setup and carry out demonstrations
Assist graduating, BEng and MEng, students in their individual and group projects and Mark laboratory reports and issue feedback
July 2015 - Present (1 year 6 months)
Research Group: Nanostructures and Microelectronics
Research Title: Novel Quantum Well Hall Effect Sensors for Non Destructive Testing of Metallic and Composite Materials
September 2007 - September 2010 (3 years 1 month)
Taught courses like Strength of Materials, AutoCAD, basic Machine Tools Programming and Manufacturing Technology and Systems for BSc level students. Conducted practical laboratory on sheet metal and foundry technology.
British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT). September 13, 2016.
1. Multispectral Imaging System- Electronics for the Farm of the Future
The aim of this project was to develop next generation farming technology that can be used to automatically detect the location of weeds within a field of crops. In this way, it could eliminate the need for manual weeding techniques or broad pesticide application, instead leading to automatic targeted pesticide application.
The goal of this project was to develop a prototype scanner that can be mounted on a tractor for automatically detecting weeds.
My role on this project involved:
2. Application of Piecewise Cubic Bezier Interpolation for Smooth Trajectory Implementation in Delta Robots
This project was carried out as part of a third year independent project. The final paper presented the designand building of a Rostock Delta 3D printer with a relatively newer interpolation application for 3D printing that is the use of Bezier cubic splines in the implementation of curves.
This paper laid out the use of piecewise cubic Bezier splines for trajectory implementation in delta robots.
The project included:
The project was successfully completed and the delta robot can be found at the School of EEE, University of Manchester, UK
3. Autonomous Line Following Robotic Buggy
A second year Mechatronics Embedded Systems Project