Dr Geoff V. Merrett
www.geoffmerrett.co.uk
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Research Team

Current Team

Dr Amit SinghDr Amit Singh
Senior Research Fellow
2016 - 
Dr Domenico BalsamoDr Domenico Balsamo
Research Fellow
2015 - 
Dr Bassem OuniDr Bassem Ouni
Research Fellow
2017 - 
Dr Eduardo WachterDr Eduardo Wachter
Research Fellow
2017 - 
Graeme BraggGraeme Bragg
Senior Research Assistant
2017 - 
Charlie LeechCharlie Leech
Senior Research Assistant
2017 - 
Matthew WalkerMatthew Walker
PhD Student
2013 - 
Charlie LeechCharlie Leech
PhD Student
2013 - 
Krongboon Singhanat (Singh)Krongboon Singhanat (Singh)
PhD Student
2014 - 
Yue ****** [hidden]
PhD Student
2014 - 
Alberto RodriguezAlberto Rodriguez
PhD Student
2015 - 
Marwan KhanMarwan Khan
PhD Student
2015 - 
James BantockJames Bantock
PhD Student
2015 - 
Theo VerykiosTheo Verykios
PhD Student
2015 - 
B Karunakar ReddyB Karunakar Reddy
PhD Student
2015 - 
Ilias VougioukasIlias Vougioukas
PhD Student
2015 - 
Andre Paola Ortega AlbanAndre Paola Ortega Alban
PhD Student
2016 - 
Ben FletcherBen Fletcher
PhD Student
2016 - 
Georgios PapandroulidakisGeorgios Papandroulidakis
PhD Student
2017 - 
Bogdan ****** [hidden]
Intern Student
2017 - 
Jan ****** [hidden]
Intern Student
2017 - 
Alex ****** [hidden]
Intern Student
2017 - 
Mohammed ****** [hidden]
Intern Student
2017 - 
Vinayak ****** [hidden]
Intern Student
2017 - 
  (some of) The Research Team bowling in Southampton, September 2014
(some of) The Research Team bowling in Southampton, September 2014

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Research Team News and Successes

Teng and Sei Ping Presenting their Research
Teng and Sei Ping Presenting their Research
Photo copyright Edy Putu, 2015

Teng and Sei Ping Present Research
17th March 2015

Today marked the 10th anniversary of the Coventry-Southampton research exchange visits, which we started back in 2005 (when I was a PhD student!). Since their inital beginnings, these visits have broadened to also incorporate research going on at Cambridge University. The purpose of the visits is to share research on pervasive systems in an informal environment, and give research students an opportunity to get experience presenting their work and to receive friendly feedback and advice from an external audience.

At this year's event, held at Coventry University, Sei Ping and Teng gave 30 minute presentations on their research, which is probably one of the last presentations they're going to give before their PhD vivas - so an excellent opportunity for some feedback!

For more information, click here.
 
Research Opportunities on PRiME
Research Opportunities on PRiME

Research Fellow/Senior Research Assistant Wanted!
16th March 2015

We are currently advertising for a research fellow/senior research assistant on the PRiME project. The closing date for applications in Monday 13th April 2015, see the link below for more information.

The successful candidate will join the PRiME Programme (www.prime-project.org): a large, dedicated and enthusiastic research team of academics, post-docs and PhD students in electronics and computer science. The team is responsible for researching the next generation of many-core embedded systems. The post-holder will lead on the delivery of PRiME's 'showcase' demonstrator(s), by undertaking a programme of application-led research and development.

The focus will be primarily on conducting application and demonstrator-focussed research to enable the demonstration of PRiME's outputs. The appointed researcher will work closely with the research being undertaken by other PRiME researchers across the consortium (Southampton, Imperial, Manchester and Newcastle), as well as PRiME's industrial partners (Altera, ARM, Freescale, Imagination Technologies, Microsoft Research).

For more information, click here.
 
Matt Demonstrating his Research
Matt Demonstrating his Research
Photo copyright Fei Xia, 2015

Matt Demonstrates his Research at DATE 2015
12th March 2015

Today, Matt Walker demonstrated his research on run-time power estimation for embedded multi-core CPUs at at the DATE 2014 Exhibition in Grenoble, France. The PRiME project had an exhibition stand at the event for the duration of the conference and exhibition, and showcased a selection of the research activities being undertaken on PRiME at Southampton.

DATE is a leading international event and unique networking opportunity for design and engineering of Systems-on-Chip, Systems-on-Board and Embedded Systems Software.

For more information, click here.
 
Anup Presenting his Paper at DATE 2015
Anup Presenting his Paper at DATE 2015
Photo copyright Fei Xia, 2015

Best Paper Nomination at DATE 2015
11th March 2015

Our 'PRiME' (Power and Reliability in Many-Core Embedded Systems) project was well represented at the DATE 2015 conference, with a combination of technical presentations, workshop papers and an exhibition stand showing technology demonstrators.

In particular, one of our papers "Workload uncertainty characterization and adaptive frequency scaling for energy minimization of embedded systems", presented by Dr Anup Das, was nominated for for a best-paper award.

For more information, click here.
 
Davide Zilli at the SET for Britain Competition
Davide Zilli at the SET for Britain Competition

Davide wins Silver in SET for Britain 2015
9th March 2015

One of the PhD students in my team, Davide Zilli, won the silver medal (second place) at the SET for BRITAIN 2015 competition at the House of Commons in London. Competing against 59 other PhD students, postdocs and early-career researchers from around Great Britain, Davide presented his poster to researchers and politicians. His poster was on his research into the use of smartphones for biodiversity monitoring, in particular the hunt for the New Forest Cicada. His success also gained him a £2000 prize!

Miss Angieszka Dzielendziak, from the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton, was awarded the bronze medal.

For more information, click here.
 
Davide Zilli
Davide Zilli
Photo copyright Jon Banfield, 2015

Davide Wins Faculty 3-Minute-Thesis Competition
4th March 2015

Congratulations go to Davide Zilli, who won first-place at the Faculty round of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. He competed against 9 other excellent candidates. He now goes forward to the University-round of the competition in early-May.

His talk, titled 'Monitoring endangered wildlife with Smartphones,' was on the topic of his PhD research, investigating the use of bioacoustics for smartphone-powered citizen science. In particular, the New Forest Cicada is the only cicada native to the UK and, having not been seen for many years, is at great danger of becoming extinct. Davide's research is investigating whether or not the millions of annual visitors to the New Forest National Park can be turned into mobile biodiversity sensors, using the smartphones that they carry.

For more information, click here.
 
The PRiME Project
The PRiME Project

PRiME: Fully Funded PhD Studentships
1st December 2014

The PRiME Project at the University of Southampton is offering 2x 3.5 year fully-funded PhD Studentship. Candidates with an excellent qualification in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics or a related discipline are encouraged to apply. Applications must be received by the end of June 2015; however, you are encouraged to apply early, as we will award the scholarship as soon as a suitable candidate has been found).

PRiME (www.prime-project.org) is a high-profile UK funded interdisciplinary project led by Southampton and bringing together four universities (Southampton, Imperial College, Manchester and Newcastle) with expertise in the research areas of low-power, highly-parallel, reconfigurable and dependable computing and verified software design. Working in collaboration with five companies (ARM, Imagination Technologies, Altera, Microsoft Research and Freescale), PRiME is tackling the challenge of developing the theory and practice of future high-performance embedded systems utilising many-core processors.

PRiME is led by Professor Bashir Al-Hashimi at the University of Southampton. The University's Department of Electronics and Computer Science, one of the largest and most distinguished in the UK, has an international reputation for education, research and enterprise as evidenced by the successful ARM-ECS Research Centre. With over 400 PhD students conducting research into areas of electronics and computer science, Southampton is a vibrant environment for postgraduate research.

We are offering 2 PhD Studentships for 3.5 years with an expected start date of October 2015 to carry out research in all hardware and software aspects of PRiME research. This will include, but not limited to, areas of energy-efficient and reliable hardware architectures, run-time management algorithms, operating systems for mobile systems, modelling and performance analysis and profiling tools. A collaborative approach to research will be vital within PRiME and candidates will be expected to work closely with researchers from partner institutions, including visits to industrial collaborators' sites and internships.

The 3.5yr studentships offered include tuitions fees (UK and EU students) and provide an annual tax-free stipend of at least £13863 pa to cover living costs (EU students may be eligible, see the eligibility rules).

For more information, click here.
 
Southampton
Southampton's ARM-ECS Research Centre

ARM-ECS iCase PhD Studentship
1st October 2014

The ARM-ECS Research Centre at the University of Southampton is offering a 3.5 year fully-funded PhD Studentship. The PhD student will be based in ARM, Cambridge, and supervised by researchers at both ARM and the University of Southampton. Interested candidates must be available to start their studies no later than 01 October 2015. Applications must be received by the end of June 2015; however, you are encouraged to apply early, as we will award the scholarship as soon as a suitable candidate has been found).

Candidates with an excellent qualification in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics or a related discipline are encouraged to apply. You are encouraged in the first instance to send me your CV and a short (1-page max) description of your academic achievements, expertise and interests in the design and engineering of embedded systems. The proposed topic is Modelling and Design of Energy-Efficient Consumer and Enterprise Systems, but candidates who are intelligent, enthusiastic and have an interest in embedded systems are encouraged to apply.

The 3.5yr studentship offered include tuitions fees (UK and EU students) and provides an annual tax-free stipend of at least £17000 pa to cover living costs (EU students may be eligible, see the eligibility rules).



For more information, click here.
 
Video about Run-Time Energy Management
Video about Run-Time Energy Management

PRiME Video on Run-Time Energy Management
29th July 2014

I recently recorded a video about our current research into runtime management for energy efficiency.

The research is being conducted as part of the PRiME project, and this particular strand of work has been led by PhD student Luis Maeda.

For more information, click here.
 

Promoted to Associate Professor
3rd March 2014

I have been promoted to Associate Professor, effective immediately!

This recognises my contribution to education and research at the University, and reflects the international recognition of my work.

(in actual fact, I've been promoted to Senior Lecturer until later in 2014, when the University is renaming the role to Associate Professor)

For more information, click here.
 
The StreetlightSim website
The StreetlightSim website

Autonomous Street Light Simulator
21st February 2014

StreetlightSim has been produced as part of Sei Ping Lau's, a member of my research team, PhD research project. The simulator is an open source streetlight simulation environment based on the well-known OMNet++ and SUMO tools. It features a customisable road traffic pattern, described by the road traffic distribution according to different times of day and annual average daily traffic flow (AADF), and can be easily extended to different streetlight networks using OpenStreetMap and JOSM.

StreetlightSim has been developed specifically to evaluate Autonomous and Adaptive Street Lighting Schemes. We have used it to evaluate the performance of various street lighting schemes based on an actual streetlight network in terms of their energy efficiency and utility to road users. You can find out more about the research by downloading our paper:

Sei Ping Lau, Merrett, G.V., White, N.M., 'Energy-efficient street lighting through embedded adaptive intelligence,' Advanced Logistics and Transport (ICALT), 2013 International Conference on, pp.53-58, 29-31 May 2013.

To find out more, click the link below to visit the StreetlightSim website and download it!

For more information, click here.
 
New Scientist Issue 2932
New Scientist Issue 2932

Research Featured in New Scientist
12th September 2013

Our research into the use of smartphones to for biodiversity monitoring has been featured in New Scientist.

The New Forest Cicada is the only cicada native to the UK and, having not been seen for many years, is at great danger of becoming extinct. One of my PhD students, Davide Zilli, is investigating whether or not the millions of annual visitors to the New Forest National Park can be turned into mobile biodiversity sensors, using the smartphones that they carry with them.

"Biologists like Kenichi Ueda of the website iNaturalist.org are pretty excited. 'If their technique can be generalised to identify the sounds of any animal and not just cicadas, then I think the stage is set for some kind of Animal Shazam service that will tell you what crickets are chirping in your backyard, or what shrieking bird just woke you up at 4 am.'"

For more information, click here.
 
The NFC App in BBC Wildlife Magazine
The NFC App in BBC Wildlife Magazine

Davide's App Featured in BBC Wildlife Magazine
29th August 2013

Davide's New Forest Cicada app - available for both Android and iPhone platforms - has been featured in BBC Wildlife Magazine (Summer Edition) as one of the 'three things they love'.

The app uses the microphone of your smartphone to capture the sound in the surrounding environment. This sound is analysed on the phone itself to provide you with immediate feedback on whether the cicada is there or not. In both cases, if you complete a survey (by tapping on the cicada image in the detector page), the app will send a report to the project team with location and time of the survey, and the result of the cicada detection. If the app has detected an insect call that is similar to a cicada, it will also prompt you to upload a recording so that it can be analysed in more detail.

Download it for Android or iOS.

For more information, click here.
 
Davide Zilli receiving the award
Davide Zilli receiving the award

Best Paper Award at IJCAI 2013
15th July 2013

Our paper titled "A hidden Markov model-based acoustic cicada detector for crowdsourced smartphone biodiversity monitoring" received the award for Outstanding Student Paper at the International Joint Conference for Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), 2013. The conference was held in Beijing, China, and the paper was presented by Davide Zilli.

Abstract: Automated acoustic recognition of species aims to provide a cost-effective method for biodiversity monitoring. This is particularly appealing for detecting endangered animals with a distinctive call, such as the New Forest cicada. To this end, we pursue a crowdsourcing approach, whereby the millions of visitors to the New Forest will help to monitor the presence of this cicada by means of a smartphone app that can detect its mating call. However, current systems for acoustic insect classification are aimed at batch processing and not suited to a real-time approach as required by this system, because they are too computationally expensive and not robust to environmental noise. To address this short-coming we propose a novel insect detection algorithm based on a hidden Markov model to which we feed as a single feature vector the ratio of two key frequencies extracted through the Goertzel algorithm. Our results show that this novel approach, compared to the state of the art for batch insect classification, is much more robust to noise while also reducing the computational cost.

For more information, click here.
 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Davide Offered Two Internships!
14th June 2013

One of the PhD students in my team, Davide Zilli, has been successful in receiving offers for two internships.

The first of these is a 6-month internship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), within the SENSEable Cities Lab.

After this, Davide will go straight to his second internship, a 3-month placement at Microsoft Research in Cambirdge, UK.

These internships are very competitive, and many congratulations to Davide!

For more information, click here.
 
Davide at New Forest BioBlitz, 2013
Davide at New Forest BioBlitz, 2013

Davide Reaches Out for Cicadas
9th June 2013

Davide Zilli has had a summer of presentations and outreach activities, to engage the public in his research into the use of smartphones in biodiversity monitoring.

The New Forest Cicada is the only cicada native to the UK and, having not been seen for many years, is at great danger of becoming extinct.Davide's research is investigating whether or not the millions of annual visitors to the New Forest National Park can be turned into mobile biodiversity sensors, using the smartphones that they carry.

For more information, click here.
 

Davide Recevies Silver Prize
6th June 2013

Davide Zilli recevied the Silver Award for his poster presentation at the University's 2013 Postgraduate Research Showcase. The award was presented to him by the University's Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Mark Spearing.

His poster was on his research into the use of smartphones for biodiversity monitoring, in particular the hunt for the New Forest Cicada.

For more information, click here.
 
Davide presenting his research
Davide presenting his research

Presentations from Teng, Sei Ping, Luis and Davide
9th July 2012

Today, Teng, Sei Ping, Luis and Davide all presented their research as part of the ESS group's student seminar series.

Teng presented his research on interoperability in wireless sensor networks, Sei Ping on intelligent adaptive street lighting, Luis on machine learning for adaptive power management, and Davide on energy-aware algorithms for wireless sensor networks.

All received a lot of useful questions and feedback on their research, and it was a useful exercise in finding out more about what everyone is up to!

For more information, click here.
 
Davide recording Cicada calls in Slovenia
Davide recording Cicada calls in Slovenia

Davide's Hunt for Cicadas in Slovenia
20th June 2012

The New Forest Cicada is an insect native to the UK in great danger of becoming extinct. Several entomologists have searched for it in the past few years, but no sighting has been confirmed for over a decade. However, the area where the cicada could be found is vast, extending to the entire New Forest. This cicada makes a high-pitched call that is difficult for humans to hear.

Davide's research is investigating whether pervasive sensing technology can leverage the smartphones of visitors to the New Forest (millions every year) to capture, classify and identify the cicada.

To better understand this elusive insect, this Summer Davide travelled to Slovenia - where this same species of cicada is abundant - to collect audio samples of the cicada's call.

Initial results obtained from this field trip look very promising for this technology - watch (or listen to) this space!

For more information, click here.
 
Alex presenting his research at IET WSS 2012
Alex presenting his research at IET WSS 2012

Alex and Davide Present at IET WSS 2012
19th June 2012

Today Alex and Davide presented their research at the IET conference on Wireless Sensing Systems (WSS). Alex's presentation was recorded, and his slides and a video of the presentation can be watched on the IET website by clicking here.

Alex's paper was on the topic of "Adaptive Sampling in Context-Aware Systems: A Machine Learning Approach", and is a method he is researching to attempt to maximise the usefullness of images captured by the DejaView system, while minimising energy consumption.

Davide also presented his research on the "Design and Comparative Analysis of Single-path and Epidemic Approaches to Information and Energy Management in Wireless Sensor Networks".
 
Sam and his cocktail concoction
Sam and his cocktail concoction

Sam presents at INSS 2012
13th June 2012

Today, Sam presented his paper at the EnHaNSS (Algorithms and Concepts for Networked Sensing Systems Powered by Energy Harvesters) Workshop at INSS (International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems) 2012. Sam's paper was titled Design of a linearized magnetic spring for body-worn inertial energy harvesters, and was well received by the audience.

The conference banquet included a competition to see who could create the best cocktail. Congratulations for to Sam for being the undisputed winner for creating the worst cocktail (pictured here)!

Sam's talk was also accompanied by two talks from me: the keynote presentation and a paper on our research on supercapacitor modelling.

For more information, click here.
 
Alex presents his research, and also chairs a session
Alex presents his research, and also chairs a session

Alex Presents Research at SenseCam 2012
3rd April 2012

Alex Wood presented our research on 'DejaView' at the recent 2012 SenseCam Symposium. DejaView is a system designed to help sufferers of memory loss, in particular by allowing them to receive relevant real-time feedback. In the current demonstrator, this feedback gives the wearer information on who they are looking at - for example their name, relationship, when they last saw them etc. Alex was also awarded a bursary by the conference organisers to attend the symposium, and chaired one of the sessions.

For more information, click here.
 
Stuart testing the system on a car engine
Stuart testing the system on a car engine

Stuart's Internship on Energy Harvesting
30th September 2011

This summer, one of our undergraduate electronic engineering students, Stuart Barrow, worked with me for three months on the pioneering EPSRC-funded project on "Next Generation Energy-Harvesting Electronics - A Holistic Approach". Stuart developed an ultra low-power system that analyses vibrations and transmits them wirelessly. The photo shows Stuart testing his system on a car engine - the hardware on the engine is detecting vibrations, processing them, and transmitting them wirelessly to a laptop computer.

These opportunities for summer internships are great for students, as it allows them to apply the things that they have learnt to real electronics projects in a research environment, and great for the University as interns make very real and valuable contributions. This has been the second year that I have employed Stuart on an internship, and the skills and knowledge that he has developed during his degree have made him a very valuable part of the research team.

Stuart commented "I completed 2 summer internships with Geoff and found them to be great learning experiences and the perfect accompaniment to my degree in electronic engineering. They allowed me to apply the skills I had gained through my course on interesting projects while working in a real research environment. They were definitely one of the highlights of my time at the University of Southampton."

For more information, click here.
 
Hui Huang presenting his paper
Hui Huang presenting his paper

Sam Presents Paper at Eurosensors 2011
6th September 2011

Hui Huang (Sam) presented his research on "Human-powered inertial energy harvesters: the effect of orientation, location and activity on obtainable power" at this year's Eurosensors conference in Athens, Greece. His presentation was part of a session on "System Energy Issues".

For more information, click here.
 
Hui Huang presenting his poster
Hui Huang presenting his poster

Sam Presents Poster at EH 2011
7th February 2011

At this year's Energy Harvesting Network conference, Hui Huang (Sam) presented his poster on the topic of "A Feasibility Study on Body-Worn Inertial Energy Harvesting during Walking and Running". The conference, held at Savoy Place (home of the IET in central London), had over 100 attendees; Sam was able to discuss his research with all those interested.

For more information, click here.
 
Hui Huang enjoying the magic tricks!
Hui Huang enjoying the magic tricks!

ESD Group Christmas Party
9th December 2010

The ESD Christmas Party was held this evening at an Indian Restaurant in the centre of Southampton. Everyone seemed to have a very enjoyable evening, and the restauarant even had a magician touring the tables all night (see the photo)! This created some controversial discussions on how the tricks may have worked, and also a lot of confusion over what was happening (I think some people were beginning to believe in magic)!

After the meal, a group of us continued the celebrations afterwards in the Red Lion, a pub in Southampton that dates back to 1148AD!
 



I Want to Join the Team!

PhD Students: I have a small number of vacancies available for motivated, high-quality students with a first-class degree from a top-quality institution. The University offers a number of scholarships to high-quality students; only a very limited number are available for overseas students, and only very high-quality and academically exceptional students will qualify. I strongly encourage all overseas applicants to investigate scholarships that may be available externally, for example from their home governments, professional bodies or industry.
"Geoff has been an excellent PhD supervisor, and provided great guidance and detailed feedback"
Dr Davide Zilli, PhD Student 2010-2015
All PhD applications need to be processed via our Postgraduate Admissions Office. In your covering letter, please propose the area that you are interested in researching (you can see what my research interests are on this website) and give an indication of why you want to do a PhD here at Southampton under my supervision. If you do not know what area you wish to research for a PhD, please at at least discuss your skills, weaknesses and what motivates and interests you. If you are a UK/EU student, or an overseas student that has already secured external funding, I am happy to discuss your application with you beforehand; if not, please do not send generic emails containing CVs to me, as I will not respond.

Internships: The University offers a small number of funded internships to students that are registered on our undergraduate programmes. If you are a high quality, motivated student studying at the University of Southampton, please contact me. While I sometimes offer internships (of >3 months) to very high quality and motivated overseas students, I cannot offer any scholarships for these.
"My internships with Geoff were great learning experiences and the perfect accompaniment to my degree"
Stuart Barrow, Summer Intern 2010 and 1011
PostDoc Opportunities: When I have PostDoc positions available, they will be listed on www.jobs.ac.uk and www.jobs.soton.ac.uk. They will also be announced on the News and Impact page on this website. I do not respond to generic emails asking if there are any positions available.

Former Research Staff and Students

Research Staff:
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Dr Rishad Shafik
Senior Research Fellow (2013-15)
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Dr Dwaipayan Biswas
Research Fellow (2015-16)
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Dr Sheng Yang
Research Fellow (2013-16)
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Dr Anup Kumar Das
Research Fellow (2014-15)
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Dr Alex Weddell
Research Fellow (2009-13)
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Dr Ash Smith
Research Fellow (2011-12)
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Dr Dirk de Jager
Research Fellow (2011-12)
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Vibishna Balagopal
Senior Research Assistant (2016-17)
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Dr Dirk de Jager
Senior Research Assistant (2010-11)
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Dr Deyi Zheng
Senior Research Assistant (2010)
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Sarah Cunningham
Research Assistant (2010)
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Dr Li ****** [hidden]
Visiting Researcher (2010-11)

Research Students:
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Dr Luis Maeda
PhD Student (2011-16)
After graduating: ITL Mexico (Researcher)
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Dr Sei Ping Lau
PhD Student (2011-16)
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Dr Adisak Intana (Pom)
PhD Student (as Advisor) (2011-15)
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Dr Teng Jiang (Tony)
PhD Student (2011-15)
After graduating: ICBC, China
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Dr Huma Zia
PhD Student (2011-15)
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Dr Alex Wood
PhD Student (2010-15)
After graduating: Altran, Belgium (Consultant)
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Dr Davide Zilli
PhD Student (2010-15)
After graduating: Oxford Uni (PostDoc)
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Dr Hui Huang (Sam)
PhD Student (2009-14)
After graduating: Uni. Southampton (PostDoc)
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Dr Mustafa Imran Ali
PhD Student (as Advisor) (2008-12)
After graduating: Imagination Technologies Ltd
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William ****** [hidden]
MPhil Student (2014-15)
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Ning Wang (Nick)
MPhil Student (2009-12)
After graduating: Wolfson Microelectronics

Interns:
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Anuj ****** [hidden]
Intern Student (2017)
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Bogdan ****** [hidden]
Intern Student (2016)
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Sumit ****** [hidden]
Intern Student (2016)
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Giorgos ****** [hidden]
Intern Student (2016)
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Dr Domenico Balsamo
Intern Student (2014)
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Dr Domenico Balsamo
Intern Student (2013-14)
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Norbert ****** [hidden]
Intern Student (2013-14)
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Dr Anup Kumar Das
Intern Student (2013-14)
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Shaun Mooney
Intern Student (2011)
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Stuart Barrow
Intern Student (2011)
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Stuart Barrow
Intern Student (2010)
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Martin Ulrich
Intern Student (2009-10)
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Jan Bollenbacher
Intern Student (2009-10)
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Mohamed Ettabib
Intern Student (2009)
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Marco Schiavo
Intern Student (2009)
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Luis Maeda
Intern Student (2009)
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Christian Peters
Intern Student (2008-09)
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Luca Berti
Intern Student (2007-08)
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Dr Adam Lewis
Intern Student (2007)
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